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

7 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.
    Thanks.

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

    Settings/About/Software/More.
    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:

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

    What I’m doing wrong?
    Thanks

  6. Salvatore Esposito says:

    Grazie mille

  1. July 4, 2013

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