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when is the release?

 
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Phone don't even release in market yet lol

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I'll try and port CM once I get my phone
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How is HTC nowadays when it comes to unlocking the bootloader? I like the look of the One and its features, but coming from the GNex, rooting my phone is a must.

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It's easy to unlock HTC Bootloader if it's supported in there bootloader tool, only around 5-10minutes. It's not fully s-off though like the HTC One X but its possible to flash kernels and roms.
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Don't be fooled by the htcdev site boot unlock. You still remain s-on, and the boot is still locked. Kernel needs to be flashed separately, cant flash radios... Worse, htc has avery poor track record in providing firmware source codes for its phone h/w components (twin 3D cam in evo3D, cam f/w for almost all phones, no third party support), ergo, no official cyanogen mod 10,11 or wany such official roms. What you get is some unofficial hack using ersatz codes by a dev experimenting...never stable....no hope outside stock rom....its time to abandon ship than stay on a burning platform (to quote steven Elop).
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Sort of false. You can flash radios just can't downgrade it. Also when S-On you still can flash the kernel through fastboot or TWRP has a feature to let you flash the kernel.

With regards to S-Off I'm not sure but the S-Off method found on One X was just made days ago and I think HTC haven't patched it yet so assuming this is the case HTC One can be S-Off by using the same method.

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