All You Need To Root And More In The HTC Inspire Hack Kit
For HTC Inspire owners, XDA forum member attn1 has put together an ‘HTC Inspire Hack Kit’ that contains everything an XDA member needs to root and Radio S-OFF the Android device.
The kit also provides the means to flash back the stock radio. S-OFF generally means a full permanent root including the fact that the NAND portion of your Android device is unlocked and can therefore be written to.
Installation instructions are provided in the archive and Linux, OSX and Windows are all supported, provided you have the right drivers installed.
More details and notes have been posted in the forum thread, so head on over to get your hands on the kit.
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