P.A.C. Man All In 1 ROM for HTC EVO 4G LTE released

One of the newest and latest AOSP kangs has become pretty popular and is demand making its way around the forums. P.A.C. Man, the hybrid of Paranoid Android/Android Open Kang Project/CyanogenMOD ROM has been recently released. As it is a combination of a number of already available AOSP ROMs, users can expect its spread to continue. The aim was to combine and utilize all of the best features from CMX, AOKP and PA into one ROM. As with the others released in the series, users can anticipate and apprehend the best of CyanogenMod, AOKP, and ParanoidAndroid in this ROM.

The initial version for the HTC EVO 4G LTE will not work with GAPPS 4.2, so if this is true then accept the deal to be broken if you have already considered it as deal. Something is contemporary with the ROM being able to accept those particular enhancements, but probably it will be developed relatively quickly. XDA Senior Member released the ROM, and it’s pretty complete. So far there are no outstanding issues reported, and users agree that it’s a pretty stable and solid ROM. Of course, that doesn’t mean that there are absolutely no issues with It. But yes just that there are no big ones found.

Interested in trying this out? You’ll need an S-OFF HTC EVO 4G LTE, or you should be very comfortable flashing the kernel via Flash Image GUI or Fastboot. GAPPS package, which is included in the main post under the ROM download, is also required.

In addition, number of useful tips also added and a FAQ for users new to the PACman experience. This includes which ROM settings control which things, and how to use ParanoidAndroid settings to change things like Global and SystemUI Density. Lastly, included are tutorials on how to grab dmesg, logcat, and how to find wake locks. So along with a full ROM experience, are full instructions on how to use it and how to report bugs? Be aware! This new release over here in EVO land is still very much in stage where we’re finding which bugs have been carried over from which ROM. However, it being said, the ROM looks beautiful.