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Default [TOOL] WinDroid Universal HTC Toolkit | Unlock | Root | Flash | One S





This thread is simply a placeholder for the One S section as I will be maintaining one universal thread. You can ask questions specifically related to the One S and the WinDroid Toolkit here, but try and stick to the main thread for posting. Thanks! :D

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WinDroid HTC One S Toolkit, a Tool/Utility for the HTC One S

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Created 2013-10-05
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Looks really good... Thus is exactly the kind if tools which gonna make customs ROMs more popular and our life's easier!
The GUI looks awesome!

Cheers for that!
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Well done, this is great work!! I cant use it myself as I use a mac for my music production but I wish this was about when I was using windows. Would have made life much easier.
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Great Tool, should help new users who are uncomfortable with fastboot and adb.


Any instructions for new users?

Like do you need to have your phone in bootloader mode <fastboot usb> plugged into pc?

Or when your phone is on, do these commands automatically reboot to bootloader and run?
If so, should the user have usb debugging enabled in settings menu?
 
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Great Tool, should help new users who are uncomfortable with fastboot and adb.


Any instructions for new users?

Like do you need to have your phone in bootloader mode <fastboot usb> plugged into pc?

Or when your phone is on, do these commands automatically reboot to bootloader and run?
If so, should the user have usb debugging enabled in settings menu?
All the buttons are pretty self-explanatory. Almost all of the buttons automatically reboot to the necessary mode, and tell the user if something is needed of them, such as enabling USB Debugging, choosing a file, etc.
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All the buttons are pretty self-explanatory. Almost all of the buttons automatically reboot to the necessary mode, and tell the user if something is needed of them, such as enabling USB Debugging, choosing a file, etc.
Looks like a great tool for noobs look forward to some feedback I'll gladly pass on to such when I know all functions work! good job man!
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Just like the all-in-one tool, but just simpler and looks pretty much more user-friendly. I'll try this tool with my friend's One S. Thanks to the OP. Great job! :thumbup:

Edit: and it'll be much more awesome if it'll have options like, s-on (from s-off), unroot, and relock bootloader.
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Good morning.
Here I am, a totally newbie in the world of modding.
I bought the One S last year, and is still completely stock.
I would like to install a rom, but I don't know in which order should I press those buttons in the toolkit.
Thanks in advance

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