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How to Install HBOOT 2.16 on HTC One S


If you want to flash a custom ROM on your HTC One S, you may need to update your firmware to HBOOT 2.16. This is a bootloader that allows you to install different versions of Android on your device. However, finding and downloading the correct firmware can be tricky. Here are some steps to help you install HBOOT 2.16 on your HTC One S.


Check your device variant. There are two main variants of the HTC One S: S3 and S4. You can check your variant by going to Settings > About > Software Information > More > Baseband. If your baseband starts with 0.16 or 0.17, you have an S3 variant. If it starts with 0.23 or 0.24, you have an S4 variant.


Make sure your device is rooted and has S-OFF. You can use tools like SuperSU and Sunshine to achieve this. You also need to change your CID (Carrier ID) to 11111111 (Super CID) to be able to flash any firmware. You can use tools like Fastboot or ADB to do this.


Download the firmware file for your variant. You can find the latest official (but unofficially obtained) firmware at version 4.05.401.1, with HBOOT 2.16, from this XDA-Developers thread[^2^]. The link is hosted on Android File Host and is reliable.


Copy the firmware file to your device's internal storage.


Reboot your device into bootloader mode by holding down the Power and Volume Down buttons.


Select Fastboot from the bootloader menu using the Volume buttons and press Power to confirm.


Connect your device to your computer via USB cable.


Open a command prompt on your computer and navigate to the folder where you downloaded the firmware file.


Type the following command: fastboot oem rebootRUU


Your device should reboot into a black screen with a silver HTC logo.


Type the following command: fastboot flash zip [name of firmware file].zip


The flashing process should start and take a few minutes.


When it's done, type the following command: fastboot reboot


Your device should reboot normally with HBOOT 2.16 installed.


Congratulations! You have successfully installed HBOOT 2.16 on your HTC One S. Now you can flash any custom ROM that supports this firmware version.


How to Flash a Custom ROM on HTC One S


Now that you have HBOOT 2.16 on your HTC One S, you can flash any custom ROM that supports this firmware version. A custom ROM is a modified version of Android that can offer you more features, performance, and customization options than the stock ROM. However, flashing a custom ROM also involves some risks, such as losing your data, warranty, or even bricking your device. Therefore, you should always backup your data and follow the instructions carefully. Here are some steps to help you flash a custom ROM on your HTC One S.


Choose a custom ROM that suits your needs and preferences. You can browse various forums and websites to find different custom ROMs for your device. Some popular ones are LineageOS, Resurrection Remix, Pixel Experience, and AOSP Extended. Make sure the custom ROM is compatible with your device variant and firmware version.


Download the custom ROM file and the corresponding GApps (Google Apps) file if needed. GApps are the Google services and applications that are not included in some custom ROMs due to licensing issues. You can find different packages of GApps for different Android versions and architectures from websites like OpenGApps or BiTGApps.


Copy the custom ROM file and the GApps file to your device's internal storage or SD card.


Reboot your device into recovery mode by holding down the Power and Volume Down buttons and selecting Recovery from the bootloader menu.


If you have a custom recovery like TWRP or CWM installed, you can skip this step. If you have the stock recovery, you need to unlock it first by typing the following command in a command prompt on your computer: fastboot oem unlock


In the recovery mode, perform a full wipe of your data, cache, dalvik cache, and system partitions. This will erase all your data and settings




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