How to: Root & Unlock HTC WildFire S without losing Warranty

HTC Wildfire has been rooted before many times but one thing is always common in the previous methods of which many of the users don’t want to root their devices i.e. you will void the warranty of your device. For those carrying HTC Wildfire S, XDA Senior Member simonsimons34 has come up with a multipurpose tool namely “simonsimons34 Wildfire S tool” that will allow users to root their HTC Wildfire S and unlock hboot without losing warranty or wiping your data.

The tool will root any HTC Unlockable phone and after this flash roms and recoveries as you wish. From the General section of the tool you can also S-off your HTC Device but the only thing you will need is a proper unlock able bootloader and the recovery that came with the device. To let this tool work you have to be on Stock recovery, nothing else. One thing more that users are stating that this tool can install ClockWorkMod Custom recovery, pure win!

The tool is now in beta stages, so there will be bugs for sure. Developer has requested to post screenshots for the bugs at the xda thread, so support him if you like the tool and want to see more development in the tool. The tool is working on both Linux and Windows.

Download Links:-
Linux:Download and Windows: 32bit Universal / 64bit

For more details, feedback and suggestions, head over to utility thread.

Posted by On April 13, 2012 Filed in: How to, News Tags: , , , ,

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One Response to "How to: Root & Unlock HTC WildFire S without losing Warranty"

  1. Lavenia Suttell says:

    I just received my confirmation email!I have a jail broken phone so I downloaded the latest redsn0w, selected jailbreak, entered DFU mode, unchecked install Cydia, checked Deactivate and hit next DONE!!Working like a charm without having to reboot and upgrade with risk of losing jailbreak.

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