PACMan ROM for Galaxy S3! [AT&T/T-Mobile/Sprint/Verizon/GT-i9300]

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For this week’s ROM of the week, check out the latest PACMan ROM for your Galaxy S3.

Available for all variants including AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, and internationl GT-i9300, PACMan ROM is a “hybrid” ROM made up of AOKP, CM10.1, and ParanoidAndroid ROMs.

If you want to experience all of those three ROMs without installing all of them and benefit having features from all the 3 ROMs with one ROM, PACMan ROM is another great candidate in addition to JellyBAM ROM (just more choices).

Inside the PACMan ROM, you will find the full AOKP ROM Control (from MR1 Build 1), ParanoidAndroid Hybrid settings, and CyanogenMod settings.

By having a mix of all three ROMs, you have many choices for navigation, running apps in Phone/Hybrid/Tablet mode, and more.

For navigation, you can use ParanoidAndroid’s PIE Control or even tweak AOKP ROM Control’s Navigation rings to enhance your Galaxy S3 experience.

If you haven’t tried PACMan ROM yet, give it a test drive this week(end) and do let me know what you think!


Download PACMan ROM for Galaxy S3 AT&T

Download PACMan ROM for Galaxy S3 T-Mobile

Download PACMan ROM for Galaxy S3 Sprint

Download PACMan ROM for Galaxy S3 Verizon

Download PACMan ROM for Galaxy S3 GT-i9300

Download Gapps

To install, reboot into recovery, wipe data/factory reset(backup ROM and apps beforehand!!!), install ROM, install Gapps, and reboot.

Credits – AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, GT-i9300 <--- Please donate to the developers of this ROM if you like it, thx! More notes on Device-Specific: For AT&T or T-Mobile, if you will only see 3G even if you are on HSPA+, to check this, you can go to Settings->About Phone->Status.

For AT&T, if you get stuck on 3G, go to Settings->Mobile Network->Network Mode and set to “LTE/GSM/WCDMA”, then set APN to “ATT LTE”, and reboot. Let it sit for around 10-20 minutes and it should pick up 4G LTE. If that doesn’t work, you can try dialing “*#*#4636#*#*”, goto Phone information, and try to set it to “LTE/GSM/CDMA auto (PRL)” and reboot (then let it sit for 10-20 minutes). It’s normal if it defaults to “WCDMA” but if you let it sit, it will pick up 4G LTE.

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