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Default S-Off, now what?

Finally, good bye "whelp" and welcome "S-Off"

I have installed HK and upgraded to latest 1.54.401.10 firmware (tmobile NL has not rolled it out for some reason).

Now, what else can I do with my new l33t status?
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Other than the Hk mod and Viper audio software. I froze most of the bloatware. Unless you're gonna flash a rom. I'd leave just as is.
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You can clear your tampered label. You can get rid of red writing splash screen. You can convert to any m8 variant. You can flash older firmware and radio. Change your cid. Lock and unlock bootloader. Etc.. almost brick proof.

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Other than the Hk mod and Viper audio software. I froze most of the bloatware. Unless you're gonna flash a rom. I'd leave just as is.
Where would I get the viper sw? What is so good about it over the stock?
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Nexus 7 (2013) ~ ROM: Stock, Android: 4.4.4, Kernel: Stock, Mods: Gravity Box, Root: Yes
 
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You can clear your tampered label. You can get rid of red writing splash screen. You can convert to any m8 variant. You can flash older firmware and radio. Change your cid. Lock and unlock bootloader. Etc.. almost brick proof.

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Thanks, have already super cid. Thinking of converting to gpe, though not sure of the merit. I don't hate sense
HTC One (M8) ~ ROM: Android Revolution HD 11.1 (subjected to ROM Cleaner), Android: 4.4.3, Sense: 6.0, Kernel: Stock, Mods: Sense 6 Toolbox & YouTube AdAway & DS Battery Saver, Root: Yes, S-Off: Yes, SuperCID: Yes
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Thanks, have already super cid. Thinking of converting to gpe, though not sure of the merit. I don't hate sense
No advantage to converting. Running a Rom is the same thing.

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