Realy my friend oneui is trash
I m using Havoc since january 2020 in j7 pro
Waiting news updates for a51
Realy my friend oneui is trash
i like the a51 i did the root unlock the bootloader i installed another ROM but everything is still in the beginning i believe that this device will have excellent roms
Hey Bro did you try the latest AOSP?, I saw your thread in GitHub AOSP page..
I am currently using version 4.3 of this developer and everything is going great, if he did not do anything different I imagine that it will still work wonders
Apart from the havoc gsi group, the maintainer said that he could no longer develop, because he had no devices to test the builds so for now there will be no more official roms, so thanks for sharing the unofficial ones to keep the rom updated
Realy for me havoc is fantástic ROM
No bro, surely much later, if I have seen that phh has mentioned that it is working on it, really if you want to go with generic rom you have to sacrifice several things
I m using refined In this moment
Updates in order to install or after firmware 4.1 can I install the last update 4.5?Havoc os 4.5 неофициально
[URL Unfurl = "true"] https://sourceforge.net/projects/nippongsi/files/Generic - HavocOS-4.5 - 4PMWLOMDMB/ [/ URL]
How do you install this?Havoc os 4.5 unofficial
yeah but 4.5 is only 10mb which made me confused... should i just flash it?
Dynamic partitions are a userspace partitioning system for Android. Using this partitioning system, you can create, resize, or destroy partitions during over-the-air (OTA) updates. With dynamic partitions, vendors no longer have to worry about the individual sizes of partitions such as system, vendor, and product. Instead, the device allocates a super partition, and sub-partitions can be sized dynamically within it. Individual partition images no longer have to leave empty space for future OTAs. Instead, the remaining free space in super is available for all dynamic partitions.
Yeah that's cool.. or you can try other GSIs as wellAh then my guess was not bad, but thanks for clarifying it, for now I will play it with the option to activate the ambient screen when lifting, and sometimes I forget that I am trying a generic rom, rather it surprises me that it is not have so many things broken, rather it is to be appreciated that there are people who take their time to compile and share these roms, it will be to wait maybe later they will implement it
Ah then my guess was not bad, but thanks for clarifying it, for now I will play it with the option to activate the ambient screen when lifting, and sometimes I forget that I am trying a generic rom, rather it surprises me that it is not have so many things broken, rather it is to be appreciated that there are people who take their time to compile and share these roms, it will be to wait maybe later they will implement itDude first of all if it has Android 11 in its name then it definitely has the Android 11 code. As far as these roms go.. they start from a very stock Android 11 from Google and they modify up to their requirements.. mostly they just cut and paste the code which they already have from previous versions to the same libraries as the new version without making any changes as Android is not drastically updating its small improvements and more polish.. more over the features like lock screen visualizer or double tap are installed as apk inside the rom. So there can be a lot of reasons something might not work when changing the Android version without optimization. Definitely it's a problem from their side or it can be incompatibility with the vendor of the device.. not all features will work as you expect them to unless it is specifically optimized for the particular device. And since we are dealing with GSIs here.. they are generic so the above scenario of optimization is really over the top as it is made for each and every device. They mostly focus on important features and leave the rest on the vendors.. if it works then yay if not then eh...
You can try another gsi such as aosp11