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It doesnt work for sense 6.0
yeah... is there any update? i installed and now my mobile network is off. i had to reinstall. and ofc the ussd is still chinese.
im using eclipse sense 6 Sprint Htc ONE

Device: Sprint hTC ONE [m7
ROM: Rage Rom
Kernel: Stock
Radio: 1.00.20.1.1108
HBOOT: 1.55.0000
Recovery: TWRP
 
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not necessarily rooted
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You're asking the wrong question.

Root means you can modify /system while in Android.

To flash a zip (ie. modify /system while in recovery), you need a custom recovery and for this, you need to be S-OFF or HTC Dev unlocked.


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Yes my Sprint HTC one is simunlock through Sprint , when I use ussd to check balance got Chinese language, I am am not rooted my phone , how to fix ussd issue?

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