Havoc-OS Android 10 Q Generic System Image (GSI) Download + Review

Havoc-OS is one of most popular Android custom ROM project right now, maybe one of the reason it became so is because it even have official build for Generic System Image (GSI), and it run pretty smooth on my ASUS Zenfone Live L2.


Licosha — Alright, from now on this blog I will try to post Android 10 and above Android GSI that I have successfully booted on my ASUS Zenfone Live L2, and for the first GSI i am going to share is from the infamous custom ROM project: Havoc-OS.

Havoc-OS GSI banner

Read also:
• Android 8 GSI List.
• Android 9 GSI List.

Havoc-OS Android 10 or Q GSI is recommended for beginners who are about to explore Android GSIs world because how stable and bugless it is. This GSI is also one of my favorite GSI on my low specs ASUS Zenfone Live L2 Android phone because it has good performance while having enormous number of customizations.

Havoc-OS Android 10 (Q) GSI info

gsiHavoc-OS
maintainerskulshady
buildOfficial
android versionAndroid 10 Q
partition styleA / AB
architectureARM / ARM64 / Binder (A64)
Havoc-OS Android 10 (Q) screenshots. Source: androinterest.com

How to install Havoc-OS Android 10 (Q) GSI (example using ASUS Zenfone Live L2)

For complete tutorial on how to installing a GSI on ASUS Zenfone Live L2, you can read it here: How to Install Generic System Image (GSI) on ASUS Zenfone Live L2 Android Phone.

For common bugs that I usually found on an Android GSI and how to fix it, you can read it here: Common GSI Bugs on ASUS Zenfone Live L2 Android Phone.

There are no additional patches/fixes for Havoc-OS Android 10 (Q) GSI as it can boot out of the box on my ASUS Zenfone Live L2 phone.

Havoc-OS Android 10 (Q) GSI review

Havoc-OS Android 10 is an AOSP (Android Open Source Project)-based custom ROM project inspired by Pixel 2 material design with lots enough of customizations that won't make you boring day to day when using it on your Android device.

So far so good, Havoc-OS Android 10 (Q) GSI is one of the best GSI built on my opinion. It is very stable and and has smooth performance when I tried it on my ASUS Zenfone Live L2 Android phone.

Havoc-OS Android 10 (Q) GSI download link

Havoc-OS Android 10 (Q) GSI All Builds

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