HTC EVO 3D has signed bootloader, custom ROMs will be difficult
0.0By Nigel Chiwaya May 24, 2011 09:08 PM
This is a story we don't like reporting but have been doing so with increasing frequency. Android Police was able to confirm that HTC has signed the bootloader, recovery and kernel images on the HTC EVO 3D.
What does this mean? Well it means that ROMs like Cyanogenmod, overclock kernels and recoveries like ClockworkMod probably won't come to the EVO 3D. We've already seen this happen to the HTC Thunderbolt and Incredible S, and it looks like the HTC Sensation will be getting the same treatment.
Personally, we're disheartened. The mod community makes owning a smartphone much more thrilling, and while we understand the desire to keep people from bricking their devices, we applauded Sony Ericsson's bootloader unlock website. We had hoped HTC would take a similar step. Now we know they won't.
Source: Android Police
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By M8R-4avew8 May 25, 2011 05:54 AM
Let the executives know, stop the lock
By jkolner May 25, 2011 08:09 AM
Just use a xtx-clips, i got root on my Incredible S that way.
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