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[GSI][PIE:r47][OFFICIAL] Havoc-OS 2.9 [arm64-a/ab,arm,arm32binder64][updt:2019-09-14]

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Havoc-OS 2.x is based on AOSP, inspired by Google Pixel.
Has a refined Material Design 2 UI by @SKULSHADY.
So many features that you probably won't find in any ROM.
All you can dream of and all you'll ever need.
Just flash and enjoy...


Code:
General:

MD2 UI
Rounded UI
Enhanced QS Battery Estimation
Seekbars for Media Notifications
QS Panel Inspired by OOS
Pixel Lockscreen weather
Substratum Support
Compiled using SDCLANG
OTA Support
Signature Spoofing
Micro-G support
Lockscreen charging animation
In-built Oneplus Camera & Gallery(Oneplus Device only)

Status Bar:

Double tap to sleep
Statusbar brightness slide
Quick & Smart pulldown
Clock Settings
Date Settings
Battery Customization
Battery Bar
Network Traffic Indicator
Carrier Label Customization
Status Bar Icons Toggle
Notifications Count
Bluetooth Battery Status
VoLTE Icon Toggle
Old Mobile Type Icon style
4G/LTE icon switch
Data Disable Icon Toggle
Breathing Notifications

Quick Settings:

Layout customization
Brightness Slider Customization
  Brightness Slider On Bottom
  Auto Brightness Icon
  Auto Brightness Icon on Right
  Brightness Control Buttons
QS Elements Customization
  Tile Tittle
  Vibrate On Touch
  Information Header
QS Footer Customization
  VPN Warning
  Settings Icon
  Running Services Icon
  Edit Icon
  User Switcher Icon

Interface:

Themes
  UI Style (Pixel/AOSP)
  Background Color (Automatic/Light/Dark/Shady/Glassy)
  Accent Color
  Font Manager
  App Icon Shape (Default/Square/Rounded Square/Squircle/Circle/Teardrop/Hexagon)
QS Themes
  QS Color based on Wallpaper
  QS Color based on Accent
  Custom QS Panel color 
  QS Panel Opacity
  QS Header Style (Black/Grey/Light Grey/Accent Based/Transparent)
  Custom QS Header Image
  QS Tile Style (Wavey/Cookie/Teardrop and 15+ More)
Settings Customisation
  Switch Appearance (OnePlus/Material Design 2)
  Dashboard Icons (Round/Oreo/Round Accented/Round OnePlus Style/Oreo Style Accented)
  Dashboard Conditions
  Dashboard Suggestions

Ambient Display:

Ambient Options
  Always On
  Always On When Charging
  Wakeup On New Notifications
  Sensor Based Screen Wakeup (Tilt/Hand Wave/Pocket)
Battery Level at Botton while Dozing
Music Ticker

Screen:

Smart Pixel
Screen Stabilization
Corner Customisation
  Rounded Corner Radius
  Corner Content Padding
  Satus Bar Padding

Buttons:

Volume Rockers
  Volume Panel On Left
  Volume Dialog Timeout
  Volume Steps
  Keyboard Cursor Control
  Swap Keys
  Control Ring Volume
  Control Music Volume
  Volume Rocker Wakeup
  Volume keys Answer Call
Power Button
  Power Menu Customization
  End Call
  Screen off power button torch
Hardware keys
  Disable Keys
  Swap Keys
  Backlight Brightness
  Backlight Timeout
  Backlight On Touch
  Accidental Touch Protection
Back/Home/Overview Button Customisation
  Single Tap Action
  Long Press Action
  Double Tap Action
  Home Button Use While Ringing Toggle
  
Navigation bar:

Navigation Mode (Fling/SmartBar/Default)
Stock Navigation Bar Customisation
  Gestures
  Pixel Animation
  One-Handed Mode
  Layout Customisation
Smart Bar Customisation
Fling Customisation
Pulse Customisation
Height Customisation (Potrait/Landscape)

Gestures:

System Gestures
  Jump to Camera
  Long Press to Activate Torch
  Swipe Up on Home Button
  Full Gesture Mode
  Double Tap on NavBar to Sleep
  Prevent Ringing
Swipe to Screenshot
Swipe Gestures
OnePlus Gestures
Edge Gestures
Pie Control
  
Lockscreen:

Double Tap to Sleep
Media Cover Art
Media Cover Art Filter (Blur/Greyscale/Accent tinted/Greyscale and Blurred)
Music Visualiser
Clock Widget Customisation
Info Widget Customisation
Weather Temperature Unit (Celsius/Fahrenheit)
Unlocking
  FP Authentication Vibration
  Force FP Authentication
  LS Dismissal On Face Unlock
  Pocket Detection
  Allow FP in Pocket
Elements Customisation
  Quick Settings
  Satus Bar
  Multiuser Switch
  Status Text
  Charging Info
  Left/Right Shortcuts
  Lock Icon
Shortcuts
  Mid-Screen Shortcuts
  Bottom Shortucts
Others
  Pin Ripple
  Scramble Layout
  Quick Unlock
  Auto Lock
  Power Button Instantly Locks
  Direct Unlock
  Lockscreen Message

Recents:

Recents style (Quickstep/Oreo/Grid/Android Go/Slim)
Oreo Recents Customization
  Clear All Button
  Clear All Button Location
  Button Style
  Memory Bar
  Custom Styles
  Icon Pack
  Apps Blacklist
  Immersive Mode (Full Screen/Status Bar/Navigation Bar -- Clock/Date)
Slim Recents Customisation

Notifications:

Lights Customization
  Charging Light
  Notification Light
  Blink Flashlight on Call
Status Bar
  Heads Up Customisation
  Ticker Customisation
Disable/Enable FC Notifications
Immersive Mode Messages
Toast Icon
Force Expanded Notifications
Kill App Button
Noisy Notifications
In-Call Vibration
  On Connect
  On Disconnect
  On Call Waiting
  For Notifications

Animations:

Disable animation
Animation Duration
Animation customization
List view animation
QS tile animation
Power menu animation
Screen off animation
Toast animation

System:

Signature Spoofing
CPU info
Privacy Guard
Burn-in protection

Input Method:

Selector notification
Auto keyboard rotation
Auto-Rotate Timeout
Disable Full Screen Keyboard
Show enter key

Battery Saving:

Sensor block per-package
Alarm Blocker
Wakelock Blocker
Suspended Actions
Doze settings
Aggresive Battery
  Aggresive Idle
  Aggresive Standby
  Auto-enable on Battery saver mode
View CPU Frequency Stats

Miscellaneous:

MediaScanner behaviour on boot
Scrolling Cache
USB Configuration
Wake Up on Charge
Launch Music App
Screen Capture
  Screenrecord Shortcut
  Screenrecord Quality
  Screenshot Shortcut
  Screenshot Type (Full/Partial)

Other Features:

LiveDisplay
On-the-go mode 
Prevent Accidental wake-up
Seperate ringtone for SIM1&2
Battery Charge Warning
Smart Charge
Advanced Battery Info

QS Tile Shortcuts:

  Heads Up tile
  Caffeine tile
  Ring mode tile
  CPU info tile
  Suspended action tile
  Smart pixel tile
  Ambient display tile
  AOD tile
  Screenrecord tile
  Stabilization tile
  Gaming Mode tile
  Screenshot tile
  Accidental touch tile
  Alarm/Calc/Phone/Camera/Music tiles
  Expanded Desktop tile
  Havoc settings tile
  HW key tile
  LTE tile
  Navbar tile
  On the go tile
  Pie control tile
  Reboot tile
  Sleep screen tile
  Accent picker tile
  Volume panel tile
  High Brightness tile
  Sound Search
  One Handed Mode Tile
  Compass Tile
  App Picker Tile
  Language


https://photos.app.goo.gl/U8YDbDZCEVDQrSKU6


Lead Developers:
SKULSHADY (Anushek Prasal)
ZeNiXxX (Viktor Hermann)

Support Team:
theo.j22 (Tushar Jain)
DankBoi (Apoorva Kr. Srivastava)

If you like our work then please consider donating.
PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/vhermann | https://www.paypal.me/ANUSHEK
UPI: [email protected]

ROM (GSI) DOWNLOADS:Recovery: https://twrp.me
Changelog: http://bit.ly/Havoc_Changelog
Open GApps: http://opengapps.org
Magisk: https://forum.xda-developers.com/app...mless-t3473445
Telegram General Support Group: https://t.me/havocofficial
Telegram GSI Support Group: https://t.me/joinchat/FxCi5k1TYJCaeyesr7dAHg
Telegram Announcements Channel: https://t.me/Havoc_OS
Discord Server: https://discord.gg/YfhBCj4


You can find more detailed information on what is a GSI and how to flash it on phhusson treble wiki. You will also find there user feedback about GSI flashing and usage for many devices.
The basic steps for flashing a GSI are:

1. Download the GSI from the links above, and uncompress it.
2. Wipe Data, Dalvik, and Cache.
3. Remove Magisk if it was previously installed, by using its uninstaller script. Magisk files are stored in the kernel image, and in the /data/adb folder, which are left untouched when wiping data and flashing the GSI. Another option is to flash your stock rom and manually delete the content of the /data/adb folder.
4. Flash the GSI to system partition (AB devices : flashing a vbmeta.img file for your device may also be required).
5. Boot and perform a factory reset.
6. (Optional) Reboot and flash GApps, Magisk, and maybe additional files (see below, GSI Specific Information). If you don't flash GApps with the MagicGapps Magisk module, you may have to resize your system partition in TWRP.
7. Reboot and Enjoy.

If you want to update a previous installation of the Havoc-OS GSI, you can also always try to dirty flash, i.e. wipe Dalvik and Cache (not Data) and flash System image. But if you experience a strange behavior, a clean flash may be required.

LineageOS (https://github.com/LineageOS)
Crdroid (https://github.com/crdroidandroid)
Pixel Experience (https://github.com/PixelExperience)
Nitrogen Project (https://github.com/nitrogen-project)
Omnirom (https://github.com/omnirom)
MSM-Xtended Team (https://github.com/Project-Xtended)
Skydragon (https://gitlab.com/HolyDragonProject)
Syberia Project (https://github.com/syberia-project)
@phhusson for its tremendous work on GSIs
And all the other Developers, Testers, Donators and Users.

https://github.com/Havoc-OS
https://github.com/Havoc-Devices

GSI Specific Information

Bootloops:
  • SELinux issues: You can try to use this patch, or any other that could work, in order to make your kernel boot in permissive mode. Custom kernels for your device may also help. Incompatibilities exist between ROMs and vendor SELinux policies, that can cause bootloops. Some progress has been made since old builds with improving Havoc's sepolicy (big thanks to @phhusson for giving explanations and pointing me out with the good tools), but some problems may remain.
  • Bootanimation issues: In some devices, the bootanimation itself may cause a bootloop. I don't want to remove the bootanimation for everyone as I find it pretty nice, so please remove yourself the file /system/media/bootanimation.zip.
  • Send logs: this may help me to understand the problem, help you to boot, and perhaps improve the GSI for everyone. To get logs:
    • Do not use TWRP built-in "Copy Log" or "Save Log" function: It saves logs of the kernel running the recovery, not the logs of the kernel running the previous GSI boot.
    • Kernel log: After a trial, reboot directly to TWRP, plug your device, and issue the following command on your computer:
      Code:
      adb shell cat /proc/last_kmsg > kmsg.txt
      If you cannot plug your phone and/or use adb, you can use the Terminal in TWRP, and issue the following command:
      Code:
      cat /proc/last_kmsg > /sdcard/kmsg.txt
      The file will be in your home storage place. If you don't have the sdcard folder, you may save the file in /data instead.
    • Logcat: As soon as you see the bootanimation or have succesfully booted, you may get a logcat. Plug your device and issue the command:
      Code:
      adb shell logcat -b all > logcat.txt
      It will register everything that happens in your phone. When you want to stop the record, type Ctrl-C.
      If you have booted, you can also use an app, like Logcat Reader from the Play Store.

Bug fixes: Some fixes for long-lasting bugs, or specific version bugs
  • External sdcard access / DocumentsUI missing: In release 20190712, I made an attempt to replace DocumentsUI by Amaze file manager, in order to solve the DocumentsUI crashing for some devices. However, DocumentsUI must still be present for managing external sdcards and maybe some other reasons. Here are two patches, for A and A/B architectures:===> no more needed since v2.8
  • SoundPicker crashing: First option, it may be updated from the Play Store. If it's not the case, you can try to flash fixSoundPicker.zip in TWRP, provided by @gxfuzion92 here. If that does not work, try fixSoundPicker2.zip. If it still does not work, or if you prefer that solution, install the apk from apkmirror.
  • Equalizer/MusicFX crashing: In the last update (20190708), I made an attempt to replace MusicFX by a reworked version, and apparently there are some problems. It will be reverted in next release. Flash fixMusicFX.zip in TWRP.

Goodies: A few specific improvements, not guaranteed to work for everyone...

Overlays:
  • Automatic Brightness: Flash enableAutoBrightness-twrp.zip in TWRP. A specific overlay for your device may be missing in Phh overlay collection, for automatic brightness or other features. I encourage you to submit new ones for missing devices. This flashable zip will install the file treble-overlay-auto-brightness.apk in /vendor/overlay.
  • Always On Display (AOD): If you have an AMOLED screen and your device never triggers doze (deep sleep) while in AOD, flash enableAOD-twrp.zip in TWRP. The reason is the same as above, a missing overlay for your device. This flashable zip will install the file treble-overlay-aod.apk in /vendor/overlay.
  • Hide notch: If your display has a notch, you can enable the cutout controller which will permit to hide it or leave its foreground black (Havoc settings -> Screen -> Display Cutout) by flashing enableCutoutController-twrp.zip in TWRP. This property is Havoc dependent, so do not submit an overlay that enables it to Phh overlay collection. This flashable zip will install the file treble-overlay-cutout.apk in /vendor/overlay.
  • Smart Charging: If Smart Charging does not work for you, look in the directory /sys/class/power_supply/battery/, and if you see a file named:
    • input_suspend: flash enableSmartCharging-input_suspend.zip in TWRP. This flashable zip will install the file treble-overlay-smart-charging-input_suspend.apk in /vendor/overlay.
    • batt_slate_mode: flash enableSmartCharging-batt_slate_mode.zip in TWRP. This flashable zip will install the file treble-overlay-smart-charging-batt_slate_mode.apk in /vendor/overlay.
    • charging_enabled: flash enableSmartCharging-charging_enabled.zip in TWRP. This flashable zip will install the file treble-overlay-smart-charging-charging_enabled.apk in /vendor/overlay.
    • battery_charging_enabled: flash enableSmartCharging-battery_charging_enabled.zip in TWRP. This flashable zip will install the file treble-overlay-smart-charging-battery_charging_enabled.apk in /vendor/overlay.
    • None of them, or you don't have this directory: forget Smart Charging, or find yourself the file for which the command "echo 0 > your_file" or "echo 1 > your_file" enables or disables charging; and let me know.

Applications:
  • VoLTE: For Qualcomm based devices (not mtk, not exynos...), you may enable VoLTE by installing the file ims.apk as a normal application. You may also need to flash enableVoLTE-twrp.zip in TWRP. This flashable zip will install the file treble-overlay-volte.apk in /vendor/overlay.

Magisk modules:
  • Bluetooth incall / A2DP issues: If BT incall does not work and your device has a Qualcomm SOC, you may try the Magisk module GSIBtFix.zip. It implements the method described here and here. A2DP should still work.
    ===> this module should be no more needed since v2.8 thanks to this commit
  • ViPER4Android FX Magisk module: if your device belongs to the following list, you will not be able to install the driver: ali, beryllium, cepheus, cereus, dipper, equuleus, grus, hannah, james, nitrogen, nora, perseus, pettyl, platina, polaris, raphael, sirius, ursa. You can try to install the Magisk module GSIV4AEnabler.zip which will permit V4A driver to be installed (ViPER4Android FX required).

Contributors
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ROM OS VERSION: 9.x Pie
ROM TYPE: Generic System Image (GSI)
BASED ON: AOSP

After retributing all contributors listed above, if you still have a few bucks and want to support my work on building that GSI, you can pay me a coffee, I appreciate! Or just drop an enthusiastic comment, I appreciate too...
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Will try it today and revert.
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May security patch included?
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May security patch included?

Yes, the build is up-to-date with today's source trees, which have been recently updated to r37.
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fingerprint just work in every boot-up!it is not fully functional!(device: redmi 3 pro---the official old havoc gsi has a fully functional fingerprint for me)
this is the first GSI that i tried and did not any alert in each boot-up(such as internal problem or vendor mismatch)
your build of havoc is perfect but without fingerprint i can not handle it!
But Good Job
what's wrong with havoc 2.5 it just make gboard more beautiful and even i see colors softer than before(Or maybe whats wrong with my eyes)
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i have problems with my SIM, is going crazy ON/OFF

Edit: Nevermind, is working great, is a SIM problem related to my service provider.

Thanks for the build man C:
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Don't boot in my Umidigi One Pro (Arm64 Aonly). Thanks
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Don't boot in my Umidigi One Pro (Arm64 Aonly). Thanks

Can you boot with another GSI?
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@vince31fr, the Sim card signal is constantly on and off. I've had this problem with another version of Havoc. At least in this version, the phone's input works. Would you know how to fix this signal problem? My device is a Mi Max 3 (A-only). Thankful.
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Can you boot with another GSI?

Not for now. I'm only have the UMidigi, but in 2 weeks I hve a Lenovo k5 Pro but I don't now what is their GSI (if arm a or b, or arm64 a or b).
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Working great on moto g6 xt1925-6. Getting google play certified took a few minutes but no glitches or problems booting at all. I'm on latest stock pie base pps29.55-35 in case others with same device want to give it a try. Thanks for making an "arm a only" for us that can't run 64 bit on our devices. Cheers
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