It’s only been a week since the first HTC One Developer Editions started shipping, and while many are still on back-order, you may be pleased to know that the RUU has already been made available for download on HTCDev. What’s that mean for you? Well, chances are if you purchased a Dev Edition, you were more than likely got it for its unlocked bootloader. Aside from other things, an RUU ensures that no matter kinda ROMs you flash in your travels, you’ll always have a completely stock version of the original software to come home to. Thanks, HTC!
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