orb3000 · Mar 13, 2012 at 09:00 am

HTC One S RUU Leaked

HTC news probably won’t stop until we get our hands on the appetizing new HTC One line. By now we have have already heard a few things about the flagship One X, and now thanks to XDA Forum Member TMartin, we have a leaked RUU for the HTC One S.

While this may  not inherently be useful, as the device has not yet been released, the leaked RUU opens the door for ROM chefs to start making magic. Undoubtedly, we will soon see many ports for other HTC devices based on this leak.

[Leak]RUU_Ville_U_HTC_Europe_1.09.401.1_R_Radio_0.14.305 9.14_2_release_243825_signed

I proudly present HTC One S (aka HTC Ville)……
Thanks to qarclub @ zhangku

Continue on to the original thread to get your hands on the RUU and start porting.


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