All-in-One Toolkit for the HTC Wildfire S
We’ve covered several toolkit releases over the last few months. From mskip’s universal toolkits for Samsung devices to a plethora of toolkits for HTC devices, there seems to be a toolkit out there for everyone. Well, almost everyone. The HTC Wildfire S hadn’t received support for one of the more popular HTC toolkits.
This is now no longer the case, as XDA Recognized Developer hasoon2000, who created nearly all of the HTC toolkits linked above, has released his hallmark toolkit for the Wildfire S. It is very similar to the other toolkits, and has the same methods and features. For those unfamiliar with the HTC All-In-One Toolkit series, features include:
– Install HTC Drivers
– Get Token ID.
– Unlock Bootloader (Must place Unlock_code.bin in the folder)
– Install Recoveries
TWRP 2.2.1 GSM / CDMA – MAKE SURE TO CHOOSE THE CORRECT ONE!!!
User Provided Recovery
-Flash Kernels provided
User Provided Kernel
– Link to the FAQ thread
– Link to the Amaze Development thread
– Boot Into Recovery
– Boot into Bootloader
– Relock Bootloader (must be in fastboot)
– APK Batch Installer (Credits to hamsteyr)
For more information, check out the original thread
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