Havoc-OS 2.0 project is based on the AOSP code while adding a ton of useful tweaks to it.
This Custom ROM is inspired by Google Pixel and has a refined Material Design 2 UI.
While many of you might not have heard of its name, considering it’s a rather new project having surfaced about a year ago. Despite being a relatively new project, the ROM has quickly evolved into becoming a very stable and reliable custom ROM.
Since it is a growing project, it doesn’t have a long list of supported devices yet, but is soon expected to grow to support all the major devices. The latest supported version is Android 9 Pie.
Now you can install Havoc-OS on Galaxy S5 by following our guide below. You will need a custom recovery like ClockworkMod or TWRP in order to flash the ROM on your phone. If your phone is running TWRP, then you can simply download and flash the ROM on Galaxy S5. Please make sure you backup all your data because this tutorial will wipe all your data.
First let’s have a look at some of the pre-requisites before we take you to the step by step instruction.
- Your device need to have TWRP or CWM custom recovery installed.
- Backup any important data before going forward for the tutorial.
- Make sure that your phone has at least 50-60% battery.
- Download ROM and Gapps form links below.
Warning: Rooting or flashing Custom ROMs will void your warranty and can brick your device if done wrong. We are not responsible for anything that may happen to your phone. Proceed at your own risk.
How to Install Havoc-OS 2.0 on Galaxy S5
- Install or update to latest TWRP custom recovery.
- Download ROM, GApps
- Move all downloaded files to your phone.
- Turn off your phone by holding the power button down for a few seconds.
- Boot to custom recovery by holding the volume up, power and home buttons at the same time. When the phone turns on, it will boot into recovery mode.
- Backup any important data before going forward.
- Full wipe and factory reset (Recommended)
- Flash ROM and GApps.
- Once the installation process is done reboot your phone.
The first boot will take a while because it is booting for the first time on a fresh installation of a Custom ROM.
Source: XDA by Brunowp8, Recognized Developer