How To Download And Install HTC One V ICS 4.0.3 ROM On Your Desire S / HD
The HTC One V continues to be a fairly new arrival to the market, and though it is by no means that a pile-driver within the smartphone business, its 3.7-inch display, 1GHz single-core processor, 5-megapixel camera, and Beats Audio enhancements, within a svelte ten millimeters unibody render it a pretty tight package – particularly given the $370 handset-only price tag.
Whenever a brand new device hits the market, the software devs typically swiftly get to porting its software through to similar devices running on an equivalent OEM, and therefore the One V is no exception to the rule.
proxuser, a frequently-mentioned member of XDA-Developers, has ported the One V’s ROM over to the HTC desire S / HD. As is often the case at this early stage, the ROM is quite rough around the edges, although with such a rich community, input and feedback from users and fellow developers can surely see the bugs ironed out quickly.
At currently , the camera, Wi-Fi Hotspot and USB Tethering aren’t functioning, and if you are feeling you can cope while not those options (we highly suggest using a spare device), then we’ve the tutorial on-hand:
DISCLAIMER: Redmond Pie won’t be held accountable if you lose information or your device gets broken within the following of this guide. Proceed at your own risk.
Step 1: Download the flashable .zip file from here.
Step 2: Once downloaded, place it under the /sdcard directory of your Desire S or Desire HD and power your device down.
Step 3: Initiate ClockWorkMod Recovery by holding Volume Up + Power.
Step 4: Take a nandroid backup.
Step 5: From main menu, perform a factory reset (wipe cache partition and from the advancedmenu, opt for wipe Dalvik cache.
Step 6: Go back to the main menu. Do install zip from sdcard > choose zip from sdcard and select the downloaded .zip file you placed on your SD Card in Step 1.
Step 7: Once the firmware has been flashed, do a reboot system now.
And that’s it! If all has gone swimmingly, you will have successfully ported the HTC One V’s Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.3) ROM to your HTC Desire S/HD.