Only thing I did was edit updater script to remove device verification, so you can install it through TWRP on Honor 10. Prior installation I was on unlocked bootloader with TWRP from my other thread here and rooted with Magisk, I wiped all caches, system and data. Installation went fine, in the end it shows one mounting bug but end up succesfull 1.0. Then wipe cache, install GZR zero gapps (just in case, you can try regular opengapps), reboot to system and very fast first boot (less than 1min) without bootloops. Rooting by flashing newestMagisk ZIP without any issues. Install gapps right after installing ROM, if you install it after booting already you will need to wipe because otherwise gapps will show you app stopped responding error.
I made this small modification for myself, so don't expect any support/response from me, DON'T FORGET TWRP backup prior flashing and restore it in case of trouble.
Calls, Wifi, camera and basics work, fingerprint works as home and back button, not sure about recent apps, anyway I use Edge gestures with all functions on right edge.
- These LOS ports have no support for notch so it's completely ignored and icons might be cropped behind notch (disable unnecessary trhough Status bar, personally I disabled network (Mobile data) indicators to save space),
- status bar is slightly smaller than notch which is sticking out a bit, use Notch remover with 63% setting to completely hide it, not possible to make status bar thicker without recompiling stuff, lazy to play with that, maybe xposed or DPI change will help if someone is too bothered
- because of rounded corners top left and top right corner of icons/time are slightly cropped
- minimum brightness it's quite high, can't find way to really lower it
20180925 (uploaded 20181003) - seem no issues, no changelog
Recommended camera it's Magisk module "Honor V10 Stock Camera" from David Sn & flex1911, AI doesn't work, gallery thumbnail shortcut will pop-up error, but regular photos/videos from all cameras work fine plus portrait (bokeh) mode works fine on front camera (not rear)