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Welcome to our COMPLETE HTC One M7 and M8 Unlocking, Rooting and installing CUSTOM ROMS resource. Below is a full list videos that give you step-by-step, crystal clear instructions, on how to unlock your HTC’s bootloader, root your HTC, install a custom recovery, and install any CUSTOM ROMs on your HTC One. We also show you how to backup and restore your HTC One, so you don’t lose any data. 


Step-by-Step Videos Tutorials for HTC One M8

How to Root your HTC One M8

How to Root your HTC One M8 Google Play Edition

How to Unlock the Bootloader of your HTC One M8

How to Gain S-OFF on your HTC One M8

Step-by-Step Videos Tutorials for HTC One M7

How to Unlock and Root your HTC One

Restore your HTC One to Sense 5 (Stock or Factory ROM) (UNROOT)

Update HTC One to HTC Sense 5.5 with Android KitKat 4.4

Install Stock Android 4.4 Kitkat Google Play Edition on HTC One

How to Root and Unlock HTC One Google Play Edition

How to Easily Unlock your HTC One Bootloader (Any Model)

Install Stock Android 4.2.2 Google Play Edition on HTC One

Update HTC One to HTC Sense 5.5 with Android 4.3 

Install TrickDroid ROM on HTC One

How to Install ANY Custom ROM on your HTC One

How To Install CyanogenMod 10.1 (Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean) on the HTC One

How to Backup and Restore Stock ROM on HTC One

The basic idea behind going into this whole rooting your HTC One is that you must always remember the sequence of what you are doing. It is a logical flow.

Unlocking your bootloader is always the first step. The next step, usually is to install a custom recovery. The final step is to root your HTC One. Once you have done those three things:

  1. You can now backup your entire android system using a nandroid backup (nandroid backs up your entire system including text call logs, text messages, pictures, music, photos, apps, app data, etc),
  2. Install a custom ROM (like Cyanogenmod or TrickDroid).
  3. Restore from your backup in case something went wrong.
  4. Run specialized apps that require root access.

So, as you can see, rooting and unlocking has some great advantages and unlocks new possibilities for your android system, something not quite possible on Apple iOS devices.