HTC One kernel source released, now available for download via HTCDev

Well, that didn’t take long. Officially released just today, the HTC One’s kernel source is now available for download via HTCDev. What does mean for you? Unless you like to tinker around with the software of your device, hacking, rooting, and modding — not very much. It definitely is nice to see HTC on top of things, supporting the dev community by dropping kernel sources on day one. Major props to them and hopefully this is sign of good things to come.

[HTCDev]

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  • SUAVE21

    So I can root it easierly???

    • Brandon Watkins

      ? same question? and more importanly how hard is it going to be to obtain S-off?

    • h4rr4r

      Not at all, unless someone finds a bug.
      Buy a dev device. Show them people want unlocked device.

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Gideon-Waxfarb/100002251671344 Gideon Waxfarb

        Better yet, buy a Nexus device :P

    • http://www.facebook.com/yahya.m.ghanem Yahya Ghanem

      This just allows you to actually root the phone.. As far as I’m concerned.

  • toomuchgame441

    What does this have to do with Usher and him being an amazing performer?

  • KOLIO

    I don’t plan on tinkering w/mine just yet,but,I don’t see it listed for AT&T/SPRINT/T-MOBILE.Some of the Canadian versions are listed,but,unless I’m overlooking something,I don’t see it.

  • irishrally

    Cool kernel source code folder icon.

  • TheOtherGuy

    As long as it includes source code for the drivers too… This would really fast forward Cyanogenmod to HTC One!

    • h4rr4r

      It won’t. They only put a GPLed stub in the kernel then use a closed source user space driver. I wish Google would put their foot down on this BS. They don’t even do that on Nexus devices, so I can probably just keep dreaming.

  • androidscales

    don’t text and drive kids