My man Koen figured out the ROM side fix for us late last year and he's been kanged more than once, but that's not relative.
All this fuss about CTS still amuses me, it's never been an issue for me, not once. That being said, I know everyone is different and we all have "our way" of doing things. I'm not a "power user", I use my phone as a phone, mostly. Include text, email, and internet access while out in the field and that's about the limit to my usage.
The security features implemented by the Google are for the benefit of end users, not those of us in the modding community. It still blows my mind how people put literally everything on their phone. I guess I'm just old(er), my life is on my PC...
I digress, apologies, I recently read Android is running on an average of 2.5 Billion
devices (leads with 40% of market share). I tried to go back and find that article, but it's lost to me. Either way, if that article is even remotely accurate, that's a sh!tload of devices!
How many of those you think fail CTS because of an unlocked bootloader?
My guess is less than 3%, if it's even that high. Yes, that would be us in the modding community, lol
Every cycle a few more obstacles pop up for custom ROM developers, workarounds and reverts to AOSP code are required to make things work "like last time". Other side of that coin is stock Android improvements are getting better and better, almost to the point of why bother with modding at all.
(That's both my pennies)