* Your warranty will be VOID after installing a custom ROM.
* Get notified yourself that 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,
* and if you point the finger at me for messing up your device,
* I will laugh at you.
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Thank you so much for releasing this; I think my S3 tab might have some life left in it now. I have two questions:
Would it be correct that you are not planning on implementing a SafetyNet fix such as https://github.com/kdrag0n/safetynet-fix and the best thing to do is install Magisk and install this module even if we don't need root?
I see that you just fixed the fingerprint reader not working in 3rd-party apps (bank apps, password managers, etc.) in your Lineage S3 tab release. Will that fix be coming to this ROM? Or is there an easy workaround we can implement to get it working in apps?
Thank you again for your work on this. VERY much appreciated.
To fix the SafetyNet without root, we need SELinux enforcing as far as I know. And this part is so hard for me yet
And every change is applied to the HavocOS. Those two ROMs share the same device tree.
Before flashing LOS and HavocOS I had a modded version of stock installed. Possibly bootloader or other parts were not the latest version. So I flashed the last version of the stock ROM for my region via Odin and then reflashed TWRP, the Rom, gapps, Magisk as outlined above. Now Netflix is working without issues.
So for anyone else coming from a ROM that's not completely stock (or possibly also from an older stock ROM?) and running into issues with Netflix or other apps, this may be worth a shot.