[ROM]-[11.0]-[KIEV]-Havoc-OS-4.x-[OFFICIAL]

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Quantumstate

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Following the instructions on the OP, I cannot decrypt the sdcard to save my life.

First I tried with no unlock in the stock firmware. # fastboot boot recovery.img. TWRP boots fine, but when I try to flash, /sdcard is gibberish. So I set a pattern screenlock. TWRP asks for the pattern but it fails every time. So I changed to a PIN, and TWRP asks for the PIN, but it fails every time.

Happens with kiev-twrp-3.6.2_11.0_RC-1.0.img and recovery in kiev-twrp-installer-3.6.2_11.0_RC-1.0.zip
 

Quantumstate

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Feb 6, 2010
883
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Following the instructions on the OP, I cannot decrypt the sdcard to save my life.

First I tried with no unlock in the stock firmware. # fastboot boot recovery.img. TWRP boots fine, but when I try to flash, /sdcard is gibberish. So I set a pattern screenlock. TWRP asks for the pattern but it fails every time. So I changed to a PIN, and TWRP asks for the PIN, but it fails every time.

Happens with kiev-twrp-3.6.2_11.0_RC-1.0.img and recovery in kiev-twrp-installer-3.6.2_11.0_RC-1.0.zip
Nm, I put in an SD card (which for some reason is not encrypted).

But it is worrisome that TWRP can't decrypt /sdcard/.
 

SyberHexen

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Nm, I put in an SD card (which for some reason is not encrypted).

But it is worrisome that TWRP can't decrypt /sdcard/.
Twrp doesn't decrypt stock. That broke in the early days of the 11 branch and don't wish to spend extra time with that.
Works for 11/12 but not 13 roms afaik
Also that's assuming no lockscreen is set as that's been rip with a12 release
 

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    Code:
    /*
     * Your warranty is now void.
     *
     * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards,
     * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please
     * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM
     * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications,
     */
    Havoc_Logo.png

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    Havoc-OS 4.x is based on AOSP, inspired by Google Pixel.
    Has a refined Material Design 2 UI crafted by @SKULSHADY.
    Many useful features that provide a smooth premium experience.
    Just flash and enjoy...

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    Team.png

    Founder & Lead Developer:
    SKULSHADY (Anushek Prasal)

    DevOPS & Scaling:
    Irongfly (Sukeerat Singh Goindi)

    Support Team:
    theo.j22 (Tushar Jain)

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    If you like our work and would like to support this project then please consider donating.
    PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/ANUSHEK
    UPI: [email protected]

    Maintainer PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/SyberHexen

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    About Us: https://havoc-os.com
    ROM: Havoc-OS - Latest Official Build
    Recovery: Unofficial TWRP
    Open GApps: https://sourceforge.net/projects/opengapps/files/arm64/
    Magisk: Magisk
    Factory Firmware: Stock Firmware Mirror
    Copy Partitions Zip - courtesy of @filipepferraz: copypartition.zip
    Telegram Support Group: https://t.me/havocofficial
    Telegram Announcements Channel: https://t.me/Havoc_OS
    Code Review: https://review.havoc-os.com

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    01. Download the ROM, GApps (Optional), Magisk (Optional) from the links above.
    02. Use terminal to boot latest twrp.img "fastboot boot twrp.img"
    03. Create backup. i.e. EFS / Persist and put somewhere safe
    ## YOU ONLY NEED STEP (04) ONCE.. (Or After Reflashing Factory Firmwares) ##
    04. Flash "Copy Partitions Zip" In TWRP "SLOT A"
    05. Flash the ROM and TWRP installer
    06. Choose Reboot -> Recovery
    07. Install GApps & Magisk
    08. Reboot -> Bootloader
    09. fastboot -w
    10. Reboot and Enjoy
    *Note-1: Slots, ROMS install to opposite (inactive) slot
    If you FLASHED ROM from "Slot A", then ROM is installed to "Slot B", If you Flashed ROM from "Slot B", then ROM is installed to "Slot A"
    *Note-3: Updating "Dirty Flash"
    01. Flash ROM + TWRP installer
    02. Reboot -> Recovery
    02. Install Gapps + Magisk
    03. Reboot -> System

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    LineageOS (https://github.com/LineageOS)
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    And all the other Developers, Testers, Donators and Users.

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    Havoc 5.7 for Kiev is great. This is a very nice build. Android 12 with July 5 security patch. You will have to do a factory reset and format data most likely unless coming from a Havoc build. Only extremely minor thing is that I do not see any way to set the display for battery percentage of power remaining on the status bar. On the very positive side, the build (which I run as unrooted but with unlocked bootloader) passes Google Play Protect Certification and also Safety Net. The performance seems very good. Wifi, 4G, 5G all telephony functions seem to work the same as stock build. The UI is based on Google PIxel 6. The camera is the Motorola camera apk and seems to recognize the 48 MP quad pixel camera just fine. This ROM also lets you set up advanced reboot options without needing root (just need unlocked bootloader). Pretty impressive build @SyberHexen !
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    RELEASES:

    Havoc-OS v4.11 Unofficial Update

    Date: 19-11-2021

    Device: Motorola G 5g (kiev)

    Device changelog:
    - Unified Device Tree
    - Updated GPS, Location & Display from Tag 'LA.UM.9.12.r1-11500-SMxx50.0'
    - All blobs now updated from Kiev Tag 'RZK31.Q3-25-15'
    - Update Properties for kiev product

    Download Link: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=7161016148664842064
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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.
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    It should be possible the same way I updated to 5.7 from 4.19. just boot into recovery and adb sideload the new zip

    Thanks for replying. It's pretty basic but, for some reason, it slipped my mind that it might be as easy as that.