[ROM]-[11.0]-[KIEV]-Havoc-OS-4.x-[22/01/29]-[UNOFFICIAL]

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bobbyp1086

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Everything working for me, loving it, thank you!
My only issue is the notification light when charging, that thing is bright. Like flashlight/shadow puppets on the wall bright. Am I missing a setting somewhere, or is it not able to be turned off?
It is nice to have a notification light for notifications, though. It's been years since I had a phone with one, didn't realize how much I missed it.
I used gravity box to turn off invasive LEDs and that turned it off, but most settings are reverted upon rebooting. Have to change it Everytime. I found the first working bypass for the new PUBG New State, this rom for some reason cannot hide magisk or root very well, had to unroot just to launch, working on backing up before reverting back to stock
 

SyberHexen

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Everything working for me, loving it, thank you!
My only issue is the notification light when charging, that thing is bright. Like flashlight/shadow puppets on the wall bright. Am I missing a setting somewhere, or is it not able to be turned off?
It is nice to have a notification light for notifications, though. It's been years since I had a phone with one, didn't realize how much I missed it.
Should be under settings > battery > battery led
 

GigaPVP

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Oct 7, 2020
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Moto G 5G
I have an issue now, whenever I try to flash it, it fails and says error 7: kinstalldeviceerror. I have downloaded it multiple times and made sure nothing is corrupt. Stock android 10, android 11, and lineage flash fine. Does anyone know how to fix this?
 

Xaansdad

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Jan 1, 2022
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Moto G 5G
This rom is fantastic. The only issue I'm having is that the camera app is not able to utilize the 48 megapixel capabilities of the phone's hardware. I tried to pull the stock camera apk from the stock firmware, but was unsuccessful.
If someone intending to flash this rom could possibly copy that apk and send me a link, that would make my whole day. Thanks in advance.
 

str8stryk3r

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Jun 25, 2013
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Saint Augustine, Florida
This rom is fantastic. The only issue I'm having is that the camera app is not able to utilize the 48 megapixel capabilities of the phone's hardware. I tried to pull the stock camera apk from the stock firmware, but was unsuccessful.
If someone intending to flash this rom could possibly copy that apk and send me a link, that would make my whole day. Thanks in advance.

I copied the whole camera folder from the /data/app location from stock. Will this suffice?
 

Xaansdad

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Moto G 5G

Xaansdad

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Jan 1, 2022
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Moto G 5G
Not a problem. Please report back with any updates and issues you've come upon. I'm contemplating flashing this from stock cause Tmo variant is still on Android 10 and it's frustrating me to no

Not a problem. Please report back with any updates and issues you've come upon. I'm contemplating flashing this from stock cause Tmo variant is still on Android 10 and it's frustrating me to no end
Honestly, the rom is great. Battery life is great. Spiffy UI customization. I can't comment on any network issues bc I have the MetroPCS variant and use straight talk as my carrier. I'm working on straightening that out. As for now, this is a toy that I can use when I'm home or around wifi. I will say that my sim does show up. So I don't foresee any issues there.
As far as the camera thing: I can't get this to install. Tried placing it in the /data/app directory. Tried installing apk from there and from main storage. Tried going to terminal and changing permissions of the folder in the /data/app directory using chmod. Perhaps it's an issue with the version of Android installed, as stock was 10 and this rom is 11.
For now I have gcam installed, which isn't terrible, but also doesn't come near being able to do what the camera could do on stock. Any ideas on an installation method?
 

str8stryk3r

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Jun 25, 2013
103
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Saint Augustine, Florida
Honestly, the rom is great. Battery life is great. Spiffy UI customization. I can't comment on any network issues bc I have the MetroPCS variant and use straight talk as my carrier. I'm working on straightening that out. As for now, this is a toy that I can use when I'm home or around wifi. I will say that my sim does show up. So I don't foresee any issues there.
As far as the camera thing: I can't get this to install. Tried placing it in the /data/app directory. Tried installing apk from there and from main storage. Tried going to terminal and changing permissions of the folder in the /data/app directory using chmod. Perhaps it's an issue with the version of Android installed, as stock was 10 and this rom is 11.
For now I have gcam installed, which isn't terrible, but also doesn't come near being able to do what the camera could do on stock. Any ideas on an installation method?
Well the screenshots posted show this rom is Android 10, not 11 so that was confusing. I'll ask a buddy of mine who used to build havoc for pixel 3a xl for any idea about the camera issues
 

Xaansdad

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Jan 1, 2022
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Moto G 5G
Well the screenshots posted show this rom is Android 10, not 11 so that was confusing. I'll ask a buddy of mine who used to build havoc for pixel 3a xl for any idea about the camera issues
This one's definitely 11. I think the first version of this rom was 10. Thank you for the help, bro.
 

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bobbyp1086

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Honestly, the rom is great. Battery life is great. Spiffy UI customization. I can't comment on any network issues bc I have the MetroPCS variant and use straight talk as my carrier. I'm working on straightening that out. As for now, this is a toy that I can use when I'm home or around wifi. I will say that my sim does show up. So I don't foresee any issues there.
As far as the camera thing: I can't get this to install. Tried placing it in the /data/app directory. Tried installing apk from there and from main storage. Tried going to terminal and changing permissions of the folder in the /data/app directory using chmod. Perhaps it's an issue with the version of Android installed, as stock was 10 and this rom is 11.
For now I have gcam installed, which isn't terrible, but also doesn't come near being able to do what the camera could do on stock. Any ideas on an installation method?
It's something to do with the Moto apps that's are installed. I can't remember which one, but it's definitely a moto, in the name, app. I had the issue with lineage until I looked at the stock image and found the apps, I'll update after I look again for you. I didn't know we weren't getting full camera use so I'll get it installed and let you know

Edit. Look for that app, the Moto signature and install it and you're good. You can dig it from that site with all the stock for our phones, I can't remember the site name tho. But once that's installed you should be good.
 

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mikewv100

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Dec 7, 2016
23
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Moto G9
Should be under settings > battery > battery led
Incredible rom (havoc) it makes my Motorola one 5g ace run almost as smooth as my galaxy s20 ultra. 2 questions. Somehow I was able to flash the rom and it took me a snow day to figure out how to get gapps on there. Done. My phone is not rooted. What advantage is it to root at this point? Also, I can't get the led notification light to stay off when charging. I looked everywhere in settings. I saw that you mentioned gravity box, but I don't think that it will work without root. Ideas?
 

bobbyp1086

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Incredible rom (havoc) it makes my Motorola one 5g ace run almost as smooth as my galaxy s20 ultra. 2 questions. Somehow I was able to flash the rom and it took me a snow day to figure out how to get gapps on there. Done. My phone is not rooted. What advantage is it to root at this point? Also, I can't get the led notification light to stay off when charging. I looked everywhere in settings. I saw that you mentioned gravity box, but I don't think that it will work without root. Ideas?
For what it's worth, look in configuration settings in phone settings. Right now root is more of a task than a luxury it used to be. Android file system even with root access 10 and above can't see much. Some apps can and some can't making it 3 file manager apps to do what 1 can. Apktool is a daunting task to install as well. Gravity box is almost all covered in settings. If not you can always turn adb on and adb root in dev options too. So unless like me you need to use certain apps and they need be hidden, that's the only good thing of root these days. Android is no longer open source as they say, yes anyone can change it, but only on the surface. It's more Android powered by Google ran by Apple. But that's just my opinion.
 

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