How to Unlock HTC One Bootloader using a Mac [Step-by-step Guide]

9 Responses

  1. Joshua Gonzalez says:

    Thank you so much!

  2. joe joe jeo says:

    thanks … got unloket my one !!! 😉 yeah

  3. Fritz says:

    good job. Easy to follow and it works quickly.

    Couple adds here. If your phone doesn’t show Developer options under Settings, they may be hidden.

    Repeatedly tap on “Build number” Until “you are now a Developer” appears.
    About 10 fast taps.

    To Copy only the Token, put your cursor in between INFO and <. Hold down the option/alt key and pull down the cursor to select just the Token without the unwanted bits (INFO …. etc). Cmd C as usual and Cmd V into Terminal.

  4. JuanCa_Hdz says:

    Thanks, you saved me. Btw, have you made any tutorial like this one for changing the ROM? I want to put the international ROM, I got a branded one with lots of bloatware and stuck on 4.1.2, so I can update to 4.3 and with OTA’s enabled.

  5. Pascal says:

    After the command
    pbo-mbp:htc pbo$ ./fastboot-mac oem get_identifier_token
    -bash: ./fastboot-mac: Permission denied

    What I’m doing wrong?

  6. Salvatore Esposito says:

    Grazie mille

  7. Thankyou . Very simple and easy step. worked for my htc one X . Thanks again.

  8. Hannah says:

    Super, I am not tech savvy but I figured this all out from the clear instructions. WELL DONE

  1. July 4, 2013

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