That unfortunately does not answer anything.. the issues I have with stebo's HavocOS are that media players freeze up after a certain amount of songs are played, causing me to have to force stop it, and that attempting to use Netflix caused a COMPLETE freeze of the OS, whereupon a buzzing sound is heard through the speakers and the phone forces ITSELF to reboot.
Also of importance is ElementalX compatibility, as HavocOS has issues with it - it flashes and applies settings fine, but it completely disables Wi-Fi functionality, in that not even the settings page for it will load.
Regardless of whether or not you know whether or not these issues are prevalent in your own ROM, or how you answer, I'm going to be giving it a try as his January 9th HavocOS release has completely broken my SIM cards' APN, brought Chrome back onto my phone with no way to uninstall it, and made it so the recent apps view loads the Pixel Launcher. I'm sure I won't be disappointed, seeing as you seem much more capable.
P.S.: Your change-log link is 404'd
I don't use Netflix so I can't vouch for that but you should be able to download it from the playstore and have no quality restrictions as you'll keep L1 Widevine.
I've had sargo testers able to flash and use ElementalX just fine. Currently I'm running Galts Galtch just fine (planning to change the default kernel to it soon).
The default launcher for AOSiP is the pixel launcher now but I don't believe the launcher itself shows in recents except for the settings menu when it's open in the background. I'm using lawnchair as the recents provider but I can check real quick for you if you want.
The changelog is a 404 as I've not created one. This is an initial release and I'll create a changelog for the next build.
Glad you're looking to try the rom out, I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I've been.
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