If you're a fan of the idea behind the PIE feature found in the Paranoid Android ROM, but can't stand to think of leaving CyanogenMod for the sake of this function, your days of wishing for what others are over, as the two can already coexist. This is not an April Fools prank and you can already have PIE controls on CyanogenMod 10.1 as well.
For those unfamiliar with Paranoid Android, the PIE feature is a unique navigation method that essentially eliminates the navigation bar. stock/ "stock" and turns it into a floating control panel, as well as the notification bar at the top of the browser. This provides more useful screen space without removing the necessary navigation controls. In the video below, you can get a better idea of how PIE works:
Link to video on Youtube.
The news was released last week through the CyanogenMod Google+ page. Thus, the corresponding code has been "completely rewritten" but remains open so that the feature will be available in subsequent Nightlies. Even some PIE-inspired additions are designed specifically for CyanogenMod 10.1.
The nice thing about owning an Android smartphone can count on different functions, flirting with resources from here and there, as well as using software that will add more features and make everyday life less stressful. For those who have not yet enjoyed the taste of installing a ROM, here is a tip: do it now! However, keep in mind that if errors occur, one of the consequences may be the disabling of your smartphone (unfortunately).
Are you a user of CyanogenMod? How do you see the addition of another more popular Android ROM feature? Let us know your opinion in the comments below.
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