Tag Archives: bootloader

HTC Announces One Developer Edition, Will Set You Back $650

If you’ve got $650 hanging around, you might want to take notice of the newly announced HTC One developer edition. That’s right, the One can be yours SIM and bootloader unlocked if the price is right. T-Mobile fans should take note that the dev edition doesn’t offer AWS (1700) with HSPA+, so you might want to make sure you’re in an area where T-Mobile has enough HSPA+ coverage on the 1900 band … [read full article]

HTC Adds myTouch 3G, myTouch 4G To Open Bootloader Page

Good news for owners of T-Mobile’s original myTouch 3G and myTouch 4G smartphones as HTC adds them to their list of supported devices with unlocked bootloaders. While hacks and tweaks have long been out for both devices, you can now officially unlock the bootloader with HTC’s blessing. If you haven’t unlocked your myTouch 3G or 4G bootloader, you can hit the link below to get started. HTCDev via [read full article]

HTC Unlocks The T-Mobile G2 Bootloader, Continues Promise To Unlock All Handsets

Another wave of HTC handsets are now having their bootloaders officially unlocked by the good folks at HTC, including the T-Mobile G2. G2 owners will now able to flash custom ROMs without resorting to hacks. The latest set of smartphones added to the unlock process continue HTCs promise to unlock the bootloader on all of HTC’s handsets. Hit the HTCdev link below to get started! HTCDev

HTC Unlocks All Android Bootloaders From Smartphones Launched After September 2011

HTC has updated their developer site yet again, and they did so with some excellent news: All HTC Android devices launched after September 2011 are unlockable. The website will be updated accordingly to reflect this in the coming weeks. We continue to work on models launched prior to September 2011, please check back often for the status of older devices. For T-Mobile, you’ve got the HTC Sensation 4G, the myTouch 4G … [read full article]

HTC Bootloader Unlock Now Supports myTouch 4G Slide

HTC has kept their word, albeit slower than we expected to continue offering bootloader unlocks for various devices within their line up. As of today they’ve officially added the myTouch 4G Slide to the mix and that’s news we’re very happy to report. If you’re eager to unlock the 4G Slide bootloader, you can begin your quest at the HTCDev website linked below to get started. Happy unlocking. Android … [read full article]

HTC Sensation 4G Now Added To HTCDev Page, Unlocked Bootloader Update Ready

HTC has officially added the T-Mobile USA version of the HTC Sensation 4G to the list of Android smartphones that can now have their bootloaders unlocked. You can head on over to the HTCDev site through the link at the end of this post and find out how to unlock that bootloader. Of course before you do that, you might want to check out the list of instructions just to … [read full article]

HTC Sensation 4G Up First For Unlocked Bootloader Promises HTC

The good folks at HTC have come through and fulfilled their promise to provide us with info on the unlocked boot loader situation, specifically with the HTC Sensation 4G. So let’s just right to the important details and lay out HTC’s plans for the unlocked bootloader: New devices will continue to ships with a locked boot loader HTC will support unlocking future devices with a web-based tool The HTC Sensation … [read full article]

HTC Promises Unlocked Bootloader for Sensation 4G

Last we heard, HTC had said that they were looking into unlocking the bootloader of the HTC Sensation 4G, and we celebrated.  Now, the news is even better.  HTC has publicly acknowledged that they are currently working on developing a new software update, to unlock the bootloader of the Sensation, that should be ready by September.  Now, we can truly raise our glasses and feast.  Unlocked bootloaders are the dream of … [read full article]

HTC Decides To Unlock Bootloaders Moving Forward!

HTC just dropped a game changing decision for the Android community by announcing they are dropping their locked bootloader policy. Having released a statement earlier this week HTC promised to review the policy having listened to customer complaints. As it turns out, HTC did listen and listen well and this is sure to earn them quite a few brownie points in the modding world. Bravo HTC. “There has been overwhelmingly customer feedback … [read full article]