Tag Archives: HTC One S

HTC One S already receives root

HTC showed off its new One S at Mobile World Congress, and we do know that it will be coming to at least T-Mobile in the US. We now have news that should make anyone who enjoys modifying their Android handsets happy, as a root method is already available for the One S. There is one catch, however, as the device’s bootloader must be unlocked. Granted, HTC… Read more

HTC’s Chief Product Officer admits Sense got too cluttered

Over the years, HTC’s Sense UI has become something of a conundrum. After all, it started the proprietary user interface movement within the Android market, and it is widely admitted that Sense brought Android into the public eye with its easy to use functionality, plus other features. But, that’s changed, as Sense has become something of a bloated piece of… Read more

HTC One Series gets legacy menu button shown off in screenshots

While HTC is putting all of their eggs in their new “One” series of devices, it looks like some people are a bit wary about some of the new “features” they have implemented on their devices. Specifically, HTC steered away from the software buttons that were made famous with the Galaxy Nexus by Samsung, and opted for three capacitive buttons below each… Read more

HTC One S officially unveiled at Mobile World Congress

While HTC holds their press event at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which is going on right now, the wireless manufacturer’s CEO Peter Chou is busy talking about new phones. One such new device is the One S, which falls in line with the new design focus from HTC. As you might image, and as we’ve heard in the past, HTC’s new focus on quality or quantity… Read more