Android was created to be a mobile operating system open for third party developing, allowing everyone who’s got the skills or talent to create useful apps or mess with the system settings. This means that you can buy any Android device and find at least a couple of custom ROMs created by users who enjoy modifying stock versions of the operating system, to create ones with all kind of new built-in features.
This tutorial will show you how to unlock HTC One X bootloader.
One of the great things HTC has embedded in their new series of Android Smartphones, One, is the existence of a bootloader. This utility has been specifically developed by the Taiwan based manufacturer in order to allow its customers to install different custom ROM’s on their devices.
And, in order, to make things easier, HTC also created a new website: htcdev.com. Here, they are providing solutions needed to unlock the bootloaders for their One Android smartphone series and some other useful stuff, too. However, this website… Continue to How To Unlock HTC One X Bootloader
This article will teach you how to install ClockWorkMod Recovery Console on your HTC One X.
The new ClockWorkMod Recovery Console offers now a touch interface, making it very easy to navigate through its menus. Therefore, you will not have to use the volume keys and the home/ power buttons to select different options. Obviously, it needs to be developed for each smartphone, because there are some differences in the way this console works on some models.
This tutorial shows you how to root your HTC One S, running on Android ICS 4.0.3.
HTC One S has all the characteristics with which a top Android smartphone should come on the market: a beautiful case, an OLED 4.3 inch display and a new super-fast camera. The new One series from HTC is so ambitious that the S model has only to be happy with the second place, behind its big brother, the X model.
This tutorial will show you how to install (flash) ClockWorkMod recovery console on HTC One S.
HTC One S is part of the new smartphone series which the Taiwan based company has released this year. IT has been introduced at the Mobile World Congress this year, and it comes some really good hardware specifications.
The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona will be the venue chosen in just a few days for the submission of HTC Endeavour. This is the first handset featuring a quad-core processor and hopes to boost the Taiwanese manufacturer in the race with rivals such as Samsung and Apple.
We have some great news coming from the well known portal Pocke-lint, which according to their sources says that HTC will be the first company, besides Sony, getting the PlayStation certification for their mobile devices, complying with what was said a year ago at the launch of the PS Vita in Japan when Kaz Hirai, CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, stated: “Will expand the PlayStation experience beyond the border of the PSP”
HTC Desire S just received an update of its mobile operating system and user interface, Sense . These two updates are Gingerbread 2.3.5 and 3.0. And as the good news has coae at once, I propose a detailed tutorial for S-OFF, Roots and install Custom Recovery on your HTC Desire S.
The smartphones of the Taiwanese company are a bit more complex than others. They have a protection called S-ON, which is a form of signature introduced by HTC to protect against the partitions of the Smartphone Flash or modification.
The HTC Sensation is one of the high-end devices from the Taiwanese company HTC. Although it appears next to two new iterations, the HTC Sensation Sensation XL XE, it remains part of the market for Android Smartphones .
For all those who have been lucky to have a HTC Sensation for these Christmas and New year or before and who seek a tutorial clear, detailed and effective Rooter, S-OFF their device and install Recovery ClockworkMod you are on the right address. We have prepared you for this tutorial to help you, we hope to move to the next level… Continue to HTC Sensation Root, S-OFF, ClockworkMod Recovery Install Tutorial