Calling All Devs – S-OFF On HTC Wildfire S
We all know HTC promised to unlock all the 2011 devices but that has not happened on the HTC Wildfire S, released back in May and still remains S-ON as there is no free software solution due to lack of dev support.
XDA member *se-nsei. along with a group of members is trying to pull attention to the Wildfire so we wanted to support the campaign for more devs and invite them to actively participate in development and ROMs for this forgotten phone!
So please spread the word and perhaps this device can join to the ICS party too!
For more information on how you can help, please continue on to the original thread
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