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[ROM][11.x]Havoc-OS-4.6[UNOFFICIAL][Suzuran]

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DevelLevel

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Is it possible to exclude the gapps from the rom (during install) ?
Gapps is not required for this ROM to work, but you can't change "styles" in settings if you don't have gapps. I'm sorry but i can't fix this, it is what the Havoc team has chosen. Though "styles" is not the most important feature... you can survive without it :)
 

DevelLevel

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@DevelLevel , thank you for the builds and keeping them uploaded.:good:
No problem, hope you all enjoy the builds. I'm trying my best with the time that I have :)
Unfortunately it does not seems like Havoc OS is as fast as AOSP Extended and Lineage OS with the security updates, and that's when I release new updates. But it isn't that bad, they are only one month behind...
 

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anyone successfully using android auto with this? Would love to try the build, but hate breaking a perfect setup to experience new bugs and ultimately revert.

Any qualitative feedback on the camera performance?? Is it "like stock" as an AOSP rom, or "exactly stock" ?

Thanks to devs for the work!!!
 
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DevelLevel

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anyone successfully using android auto with this? Would love to try the build, but hate breaking a perfect setup to experience new bugs and ultimately revert.

Any qualitative feedback on the camera performance?? Is it "like stock" as an AOSP rom, or "exactly stock" ?

Thanks to devs for the work!!!
I have not tried android auto with this ROM, but I can maybe test it during this week if I got time. Camera performance is the same as if you would use @Berni-0815's lineage 18.1, because i'm using his blobs (thx!). I would describe it as a little bit worse (due to proprietary stuff) than the stock Sony ROM, but not much worse:)

np
 
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DevelLevel

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anyone successfully using android auto with this? Would love to try the build, but hate breaking a perfect setup to experience new bugs and ultimately revert.

Any qualitative feedback on the camera performance?? Is it "like stock" as an AOSP rom, or "exactly stock" ?

Thanks to devs for the work!!!

I have not tried android auto with this ROM, but I can maybe test it during this week if I got time. Camera performance is the same as if you would use @Berni-0815's lineage 18.1, because i'm using his blobs (thx!). I would describe it as a little bit worse (due to proprietary stuff) than the stock Sony ROM, but not much worse:)

np
I can now confim that Android Auto is working fine on this ROM :cool:
 

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    anyone successfully using android auto with this? Would love to try the build, but hate breaking a perfect setup to experience new bugs and ultimately revert.

    Any qualitative feedback on the camera performance?? Is it "like stock" as an AOSP rom, or "exactly stock" ?

    Thanks to devs for the work!!!

    I have not tried android auto with this ROM, but I can maybe test it during this week if I got time. Camera performance is the same as if you would use @Berni-0815's lineage 18.1, because i'm using his blobs (thx!). I would describe it as a little bit worse (due to proprietary stuff) than the stock Sony ROM, but not much worse:)

    np
    I can now confim that Android Auto is working fine on this ROM :cool:
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    anyone successfully using android auto with this? Would love to try the build, but hate breaking a perfect setup to experience new bugs and ultimately revert.

    Any qualitative feedback on the camera performance?? Is it "like stock" as an AOSP rom, or "exactly stock" ?

    Thanks to devs for the work!!!
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    anyone successfully using android auto with this? Would love to try the build, but hate breaking a perfect setup to experience new bugs and ultimately revert.

    Any qualitative feedback on the camera performance?? Is it "like stock" as an AOSP rom, or "exactly stock" ?

    Thanks to devs for the work!!!
    I have not tried android auto with this ROM, but I can maybe test it during this week if I got time. Camera performance is the same as if you would use @Berni-0815's lineage 18.1, because i'm using his blobs (thx!). I would describe it as a little bit worse (due to proprietary stuff) than the stock Sony ROM, but not much worse:)

    np
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    havoc.png

    Disclaimer:
    I am building this ROM in my spare time,
    feel free to report bugs and things that do not work but I may not be able to fix does.
    I just wanted to share my project.
    I am not responsible for any bricked or faulty devices!

    Description:
    "Havoc-OS 3.x is based on AOSP, inspired by Google Pixel.
    Has a refined Material Design 2 UI crafted 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..."
    Team Havoc

    Key Features:
    Android version: 11.x
    Kernel version: 3.10.108
    Security patch: 2021-06-05
    Selinux: Enforcing

    Working:
    WIFI, Bluetooth, Location, Camera, Calls, SMS, etc

    Not Working:
    The fingerprint sensor is unreliable, you tell me

    Flashing:
    Flash TWRP
    Reboot to recovery
    Wipe
    Flash Havoc-OS
    (Optionally flash Magisk/Gapps)
    Reboot

    Downloads:
    Gcloud
    Mega

    Sources:
    Kernel
    Suzuran
    Kitakami-common

    Credits:
    Everybody who is involved in the Havoc-OS and LOS development.
    @Berni-0815 and other msm8994 kitakami developers who made this possible for our phone.
    (If you feel that you should be listed here too, just tell me.)​
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    New release!

    2021-04-08
    -Upstreamed Havoc-OS sources to version 4.3
    -Security patches updated to 2021-03-05
    -Safetynet passing
    -Implemented Kcal display driver, Thanks to @savoca
    -Implemented Adreno idler, Thanks to @arter97
    -Implemented "zen" and "fifo" i/o schedulers, Thanks to @GreyLeshy
    -Implemented "Chill" and "BioShock" governors, Thanks to @GreyLeshy
    -Implemented Boeffla-wakelock-blocker, Thanks to andip71 @ github.com
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    Hello
    Thank you for your tireless efforts.
    Your rom is fine and I really like it.
    However, it fails to SafetyNet authentication.
    Please tell me how to succeed.
    Best regards.
    I don't know how to succeed yet, but I am working on it. Sadly it does not help by changing the fingerprint...
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    New release!

    2021-06-10
    -Security patches updated to 2021-05-05
    -Upstreamed Havoc-OS sources to version 4.5
    -Upstreamed Device trees and kernel from @Berni-0815 (Thanks!)
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    2021-06-29
    -Security patches updated to 2021-06-05
    -Upstreamed Havoc-OS sources to version 4.6

    2021-06-10
    -Security patches updated to 2021-05-05
    -Upstreamed Havoc-OS sources to version 4.5
    -Upstreamed Device trees and kernel from @Berni-0815 (Thanks!)

    2021-04-08
    -Upstreamed Havoc-OS sources to version 4.3
    -Security patches updated to 2021-03-05
    -Safetynet passing
    -Implemented Kcal display driver, Thanks to @savoca
    -Implemented Adreno idler, Thanks to @arter97
    -Implemented "zen" and "fifo" i/o schedulers, Thanks to @GreyLeshy
    -Implemented "Chill" and "BioShock" governors, Thanks to @GreyLeshy
    -Implemented Boeffla-wakelock-blocker, Thanks to andip71 @ github.com