Quick and Dirty Sprint EVO 3D Root & S-OFF
Ever since its launch, the HTC Evo 3D has garnered an impressive fan following in the developer community. From its initial temp root to the first stable perma-temp root, from the AlphaRevX S-OFF to the engineering bootloader, from the official bootloader unlock to bootloader customization, we have kept you up to date with the developments for this device here on the XDA Portal. While permanent root and full S-OFF have long been possible, they are spread across multiple guides. Today, we are bringing you what its author calls QUADERSO: Quick and Dirty EVO 3D Root and S-OFF.
Brought to us by XDA Senior Member ramjet73, QUADERSO is a straightforward step-by-step guide aimed at beginners as well as experienced users that takes you through the process of gaining S-OFF on your rooted or unrooted EVO 3D, installing 4EXT recovery, and rooting it.
The guide is meant only for the Sprint EVO 3D running the latest Sprint Stock ICS ROM. To make it even easier, ramjet73 has provided all the tools required for the process in a single download. Ready to S-OFF and root your Sprint EVO 3D? Head over to the original thread and follow the simple instructions.All Posts
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