I cannot even get as far as downloading the tool kit. When I try to extract, I get an error that archive refuses to be unpacked and or archive ended unexpectedly.Pls help, I am soooo frustrated at this point.
Hey, thanks for the fast answer!Yes it is unlocked. I tried all recoveries in the toolkit and also tried another TWRP.img. After Perm Boot in recovery mode I still did not get the choice offered to flash zip ?Anything I can do? I really appreciate your help!By the way my exact phone model is HTC M8sw. But that should still work right?
A Senior Member over at XDA Developers, Hasoon2000, has just released an all-in-one toolkit for the HTC One M8 that will unlock the bootloader, get root access and install a custom recovery. If you're relatively new to flashing custom ROMs, a toolkit provides you with a single place to do everything you need to to get started.
More experienced modders may well turn up their nose at such grouping of relatively simple tasks, but it's nice to know it's out there. All you need to do is download the toolkit, open it up and follow the steps. You'll get the HTC drivers, a token ID at HTCDev to unlock the bootloader, install TWRP and start flashing custom kernels and ROMs at your leisure.
The toolkit works for AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and international variants of the HTC One M8, with plans for Verizon support to come. Keep an eye on the relevant XDA thread to see when those carrier-branded devices get added to the support list. If you encounter any problems just check into the thread as the dev is quite helpful with issues and requests.
Based on one such exploit is the Easy Rooting Toolkit from developer DooMLoRD. The exploit will allow you to gain root access on a wide variety of devices, majorly from Sony, including the Xperia Z, ZL, T, P, SL, Go, S, LG Optimus G and the Nexus 4. The toolkit works on devices with a locked bootloader as well, thus saving you the hassle of unlocking the bootloader of your device.
The tool is capable of rooting the supported devices in nearly one-click. The only pre-requisite to using the tool is that you must have the necessary ADB/Fastboot drivers installed on your Windows PC. You can download the Universal ADB drivers from here, which would do the job just fine.
Although the HTC One M8 was released less than a month, a All-in-one toolkit is already available for us to root HTC One M8 effortlessly. All credits of course goes to hasoon2000 from xda-developers, having spent hours of his time coming out with such wonderful tookit for HTC One M8 users.
- Method 1: Download Hasoon's All-in-One toolkit from here; run the executable and follow the instructions. Seems easy, but in case you don't trust this tool, following is the usual way to unlock HTC One M8 bootloader.
You can download the Windows Device Recovery Tool on your PC and use it to fix software problems on your phone. It'll install the latest version of Windows approved for your phone and remove everything else, including your apps, games, texts, call history, music, and photos. Before you use this tool, see if restarting or resetting your phone fixes the problem.
Yes. When you use this tool on a phone that's running a preview build, it will reinstall the latest version of Windows approved for your phone by its manufacturer. To start getting preview builds again, you'll need to go to Download Windows Insider Preview for phones to download the Windows Insider app on your phone, then follow the steps to install Insider Preview.
Just how is this made possible? Well, using the All-in-one toolkit, it will go about installing the relevant HTC drivers onto your Windows computer, performing the entire gamut of HTCDev steps that are required to unlock your bootloader, in addition to flashing a custom recovery afterwards.
Some might beg to differ and claim that this does not deserve to be called an all-in-one toolkit, since there are no visible options as to install a superuser, and neither are there any instructions provided for post-recovery. What it does, however, is to get rid of all the formalities for the uninitiated, making it the perfect tool for those who are too lazy to look for the relevant drivers and recovery files. The toolkit comes with TWRP 220.127.116.11 for the recovery, but you do have the freedom to install your own if you so desire.
You only need to do these steps the first time you build. If you previously prepared your build environment and have downloaded the CyanogenMod source code for another device, skip to Prepare the device-specific code.
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Step 1. On the start-up interface of PanFone Toolkit, please choose Phone Transfer to download PanFone Mobile Manager. After the installation, tap Phone Transfer again to launch it.
Since iTunes has bugs regarding overwrite installation, please make sure you have uninstalled the old iTunes completely (remove all the 6 iTunes related services), then download and install the latest iTunes on your computer.
It currently doesn't support this feature but you can look forward the further update. In fact, all the iPhone data transfer programs in the market are not able to access data in iCloud backup now because Apple changed the encryption methods for iCloud backups and for users who set up two-step verification. However, PanFone Data Transfer now supports to download data from iCloud.com. 2b1af7f3a8