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Juopunutbear Tool Brings S-OFF to the HTC Jetstream

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For both developers working on HTC devices and the end users wishing to get the most from them, achieving S-OFF is one of the major stumbling blocks that stands in the way of a fully customizable device. To sum it up as simply as possible, the S stands for security and achieving S-OFF is the process of unlocking the devices NAND storage. S-OFF is usually achieved sooner or later for the majority of HTCs devices. However, sometimes it can take a while to get there. One of the most recent devices to join this club is the HTC Jetstream, thanks to the rather bizarrely named Juopunutbear utility.

XDA Recognised Developer Fuses posted news of the Jetstream becoming a supported device for this tool earlier i. . . READ ON »

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HTC Jetstream Gets First Custom Kernel

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From the mastermind who brought you root and custom recovery for the HTC Jetstream comes the next stage in development.

XDA Recognized Developer DooMLoRD, a member of the Team UtterChaos, has released the HTC Jetstream’s first custom kernel in an effort to bolster development on the tablet. He told us:

basically this should encourage other devs to start working on the device now that they know its rooted, has recovery and can run custom kernels :)

The kernel itself seems pretty on par with DooMLoRD’s other kernel work, which is to say it’s loaded with features and is just all around awesome. Some of the features include:

CPU overclocked to 2.052 Ghz
CPU underclocked to 192 Mhz
GPU overclocked t

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Enable GSM Phone Calls on Your HTC Jetstream

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As they say, the real fun doesn’t start until your device gets root and s-off and that’s certainly the case with the HTC Jetstream. The device got root just a couple days ago and the modders and developers have gone to work making the already great device even greater.

XDA Senior Member Giblet-dono has drawn up a quick tutorial that will give your HTC Jetstream the ability to make and receive phone calls over a 3g GSM network. According to Giblet-dono, all you need to get started is:

3G JetStream
S-Off (get yours from HTCDev soon!)
Root (get yours from DoomLord)

That seems like a very short and easy list of pre-requisites. Based on the instructions, it seems just as easy as editing your build.prop file wh. . . READ ON »

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HTC Jetstream Has Root; Gets Custom Recovery

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It was just two days ago that we reported about the HTC Jetstream obtaining a permanent root solution.

Well the development didn’t stop there. The reportedly sexy (in a non-threatening Johnny Depp sort of way) XDA Recognized Developer DooMLoRD, who not only brought root to the device, has also now released a custom recovery for the device as well.

And did so without even owning the tablet. Mad props.

The recovery is a heavily modified ClockworkMod 5 release with everything you loved about ClockworkMod recovery plus a few extras, including:

changes to graphics (ported some graphics from CWM5.5 ICS edition)
revamped layout for recovery menu (to improve navigation) [renamed few options and changed the

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HTC Jetstream has been rooted!

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The incredibly well known and super successful (and possibly super handsome…we don’t know for sure) XDA Recognized Developer DoomLoRD has finally brought that sweet, sweet root goodness to those who have long awaited it on the HTC Jetstream.

The root process is simple enough. Simply download DooMLoRD’s Easy Rooting Toolkit, place it in the root directory of your computer and press play. Here’s the basic instructions as he puts them:

then download the v02 toolkit for JetStream files and extract contents in root directory of ur pc (e.g: c:\ OR d:\)
then just connect device (with my insecure kernel on it) and activate USB debugging…
then execute RUNME.bat
thats it ;)
ur device sh

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Various Forums Added – LG Thrill 4G, Sony Xperia Neo, and HTC Jetstream

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Just when you thought that we had had it with forum additions on this site, we go ahead and give you more places to play around here. In this last induction of devices into the XDA family, we are bringing one of each flavour… err, manufacturer. First, we added the Sony Xperia Neo, the latest one of the newly released Xperia family, which is a rather standard device for this day and age equipped with a 1 GHz processor, 512 MB ram, 3.7 in screen, and every possible lock that Sony can put in the bootloader (calling for devs… wink, wink). Next up we have the LG Thrill 4G, which is LG’s next iteration of 3D camera equipped devices. This one is indeed fully loaded with a full HD video out (1080p), Gingerbread, a . . . READ ON »

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