PACman ROM on Samsung GT-I9100 & GT-I9100G
We’ve recently reported on a number of devices receiving a port of the increasingly popular PACman ROM. The most recent recipients being the HTC Desire S and Desired HD. The ROM, originally developed by XDA Senior Member szl.kiev for the Sony Xperia Ray, is a concoction of the best bits taken from Paranoid Android, AOKP, and CyanogenMod, all thrown together into one awesomely featured ROM.
We can now report that the Samsung Galaxy S II has also received a PACman port, courtesy of XDA Senior Member bluefa1con. The ROM is available for both Galaxy S II I9100 and I9100G.
The ROMs are almost fully functional, with only a minor list of known issues and bugs:
- HW Composer (I9100 only)
- Minor Graphic glitches
- CM10/ AOKP bugs
- Some Feature Missing (to be added in future)
As always, you should read the complete opening post and follow the installation instructions. Otherwise, you may run into problems.
If you want to try out this fully featured ROM, head on over to the I9100 or I9100G thread.
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