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Gain root access for HTC One M8 for Verizon via WeakSauce


The HTC One M8 stole the headlines last week with its March 25 launch. The One M8 looks to have a bright future in the mobile industry this year, setting the precedent for other manufacturers. As with any new device release, developers begin to scour the known data looking for ways to root the device.

XDA reports that Jcase and Beaups have done just that with the Verizon HTC One M8 version. While they don’t have the physical device, they have proven that they are able to obtain root access on the software. XDA also states that WeakSauce will also work with last year’s HTC M7. It didn’t take long for developers to get to work on rooting the new device and accomplishing the goal.

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XDA’s news on now being able to root the HTC One M8 is a welcome surprise for those itching to root their M8 that they have preordered. While this root is only viable for the Verizon M8, it is very likely that developers are working on root options for the other carriers as well.

Do you plan on rooting your M8 when you get it? Be sure to tell us how the process worked for you.

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Update October 8, Android (&#;Lollipop&#;) OTAs

HTC One (M8) Running Google Play Edition Android

My old Galaxy Nexus died so I had to get a new phone. I would have loved to have replaced it with a new Nexus 5, but it&#;s a work phone, and work is paying for it, and work has a contract with Verizon Wireless. So my options for a phone with a relatively stock version of Android were pretty limited&#;really just the Moto X. But I&#;ve had enough of the power-hungry AMOLED display of the Galaxy Nexus, and didn&#;t want to deal with that again in a Moto X, so I picked the HTC One (M8), knowing people on xda-developers have already ported the stock Google Play Edition (GPE) build of Android to it.

When I got the phone, the first thing I did was install the so-called &#;DigitalHigh&#; GPE build from xda-developers, but what I found was anything other than a stock Android experience. There were so many tweaks, options, customizations, and glaring security issues ( everything!) that it just put me off. Really, the whole xda-developers community puts me off. And since this is a blog, let me go on a little rant:

xda-developers, probably the largest Android modification community, is a place full of advertisements and would-be hackers who call themselves &#;developers&#; just because they can compile the Linux kernel and put it up on a slow, ad-ridden file host. No one uses their real names, no one hosts their own files, no one releases source code for their work, and no one documents what they do. And that&#;s to say nothing about the users, who bring the community down in other ways, but for whom I feel, because I know I would hate to be stuck with the bloatware and skins the carriers and manufacturers collude to lock onto Android phones.

Clearly I don&#;t think xda-developers is a very pleasant place. The problem is some people on there actually do really good, really interesting work. So it&#;s an inescapable, conflicting, sometimes great, but usually frustrating source of information for Android.

That frustration led me to port the Google Play Edition build of Android to my new HTC One (M8) for Verizon myself, hopefully demonstrating the way I think Android modification should be done in the process. Some points:

  1. All of the modification is done in an automated way. I chose my favorite automation tool, Puppet, for the job, but shell scripts or Makefiles would work just the same. The point is to download, modify, and build everything required in a hands-off manner. Automation has the added benefit of doubling as a sort of documentation.
  2. All of the automation code is publicly available and version controlled.
  3. All of the code is committed with my real name, James Lee.
  4. Everything is hosted by me without ads, or is otherwise freely accessible&#;no file hosts.
  5. All modification is done with a light hand, only changing what absolutely must be changed. (Though I do make a concession to enable root access and the flashlight, but even that is done in a clean and transparent way that can be trivially disabled.)

I&#;m not going to pretend that this is novel, or innovative, or that it took some huge effort&#;it&#;s just modifying some configuration files. If you want to give credit somewhere, look at CyanogenMod. They&#;re doing Android right. They build from source and have a working version for the M8. Sadly, they&#;ll always be playing catch-up to Google. Still, I have a lot of respect for that team of (real) developers, and I based a number of modifications to the GPE build on their code, so thank you!

Sorry this post was more ranty than usual, but as you can see, I have strong opinions on this subject. If you made it this far, here is the result of my automation:

I leave this file here as a convenience to those who know exactly what to do with it and who are capable of using and understanding my automation tools, but simply don&#;t want to. If that is not you, then you probably shouldn&#;t be modifying your phone.

I&#;m looking forward to seeing how well this works when Android drops.


Android (&#;Lollipop&#;) has arrived and with a few small tweaks to my automation tools, I am pleased to provide a flashable image for the Verizon M8:

Compared to the release, this build deviates even less from the official upstream image. In fact, the only modifications to what Google and HTC distribute are:

  • Add the Verizon device ID to the Device Tree image for booting.
  • Enable CDMA with two line changes in .
  • Set an override flag on boot to allow screen casting to work&#;a feature that is more prominent in Android

Compare that to the &#;DigitalHigh&#; release on XDA which disables important security mechanisms (SELinux, ADB security, file permissions), changes a whole lot of things that don&#;t need to be&#;and shouldn&#;t be&#;changed (like the I/O scheduler, data roaming, animation speeds, and various WiFi settings), and continues to deviate further as time passes, with inclusions like the HTC Sense camera. At this point, &#;DigitalHigh&#; can hardly be called the Google Play Edition, and many of the changes are downright harmful. I would strongly urge you not to use it.

With my automation tools, you can see exactly what modifications are required for Verizon support, and you can run it yourself so you know you&#;re getting a build that is as close as possible to the way Google intended it to be.


Android was released for the GPE M8 a couple of days ago, and I already have a build of it ready for Verizon M8 devices.

Judging by the state of the Verizon M8 XDA forum, I believe I&#;m the first to have on a Verizon M8. Another score for automation!


As some of you have noticed, some new OTAs have been pushed out for the Google Play Edition HTC M8. I&#;ve been on vacation so I haven&#;t had a chance until yesterday to look into them, but now I&#;ve been able to tweak my automation code to get these updates working on the Verizon M8. The nice thing about these changes is that I can now use the publicly available incremental updates directly from Google rather than having to rely on the community to produce dumps of their updated devices. Anyway, here are the updates, to be applied in succession on top of the LMY47O.H4 build from above:

Again, these files are provided as a convenience to those who know what they&#;re doing.

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Gain root on your HTC One (M8) thanks to WeakSauce

The all new HTC One (M8) has been up for pre-sales for a week, which has proven enough time to make a successful rooting tool. The tool is called WeakSauce, it will root your Verizon HTC One (M8) and was developed by jcase and beaupsover on the XDA Developers forums.

WeakSauce is an installable apk file that should work to root the Verizon HTC One (M7) and HTC One (M8), but may work on other HTC models as well. Not a bad start, considering the devs do not yet have a device of their own to test on. Once the devices ship, we can reasonably expect further hacking magic from these guys.

For now, WeakSauce “gains root, mounts a new xbin containing busybox, and su.” Once you’ve installed and run WeakSauce on your HTC One (M8), you’ll still need to grab SuperSu from the Play Store. From there, the exploit only provides write access to /system/xbin. Also, do not rush into root activities after a fresh device boot, WeakSauce needs to re-root your device about a minute in after every reboot. Remember, this is just root, unlocking bootloaders and all that fun stuff will have to wait.

Unlike the new HTC One (M8), users of the first HTC One (M7), once rooted with WeakSauce, can gain s-off and unlock their bootloader by using another tool called firewater. firewater should work on most Qualcomm based HTC phones too.

Due to the complexities of each of the processes above, I highly recommend checking out our rooting information before you get started. When you are ready to gain root on your fancy new HTC One (M8), grab the apk and carefully follow all the instructions on the WeakSauce thread on the XDA Developers forums. For s-off on your HTC One (M7), grab the firewater exploit and please carefully follow the instructions on the firewater website.

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HTC has recently launched their answer to Samsung Galaxy S5 &#; the new HTC One M8. Well, it has only a few enhancements since the HTC One M7. But still if you have a juicy paycheck, then this is one of the best devices in the gadget world. There are lots of reviews all over the internet that will easily give 9+ score out of 10 to HTC One M8. But still there are minor flaws, which we will definitely talk about later. HTC One M8 showed off a 5 inch full HD display X ~ PPI density, which is remarkably awesome and protected by Gorilla Glass 3. Powered by a Snapdragon Quad Core Krait processor and graphic is dealt with an Adreno GPU. But still RAM is only 2GB, it should be  at least 3GB as per current Flagship device markup. When it comes to Camera HTC One M8 has a dual 4MP ultra pixel camera, although it&#;s good, but still inferior when compared to Sony and LG camera devices.

I am here to tell you about the best custom ROM available for HTC One M8. You will need to unlock the bootloader, get root access and install a custom recovery to install the ROMs.

Update: HTC has already provided One M8 user an upgrade to Android Marshmallow firmware via OTA.



How to Unlock Bootloader, Root and Install Custom recovery [CWM &#; TWRP] on HTC One M8

You will need to unlock the bootloader using the HTC Dev website and fast boot. You can then Flash TWRP recovery or CWM recovery using fast boot. Just download the img file from above links and then flash to your device using the command &#;fast boot flash recovery Desktop/openrecovery-twrpm8.img&#;.

Then you can boot into custom recovery and flash the super SU zip. There is also an All-in-One toolkit method which can guide you through the procedure more easily.  There is a detailed video guide to Root HTC One M8 and Flash CWM or TWRP recovery [Source: Theunlockr]


Unroot/ Unbrick HTC One M8 with Stock Firmware:

You can easily unroot your device with this Stock ROM. Just flash this ROM and you can get back to stock firmware.

Stock Kit Kat Dump for HTC One M8


Best Custom ROM for HTC One M8

S Team Marshmallow ROM for HTC One M8: HTC one M8 users received a Marshmallow which was not much satisfying as there were some minor bugs and performance issues. Xda forum members have launched an updated that is a port of HTC 10 ROM to One M8. There are 2 versions of this ROM. One is based on HTC 10, sense 8 and HTC 10 Dolby boom sound the another one is debloated and customizable via Aroma installer.

Download S team Android 6 Marshmallow ROM for HTC One M8

Doppelkänger M8 GPE+ ROM for One M8: Many developers are working on Android Lollipop custom firmware for HTC One M8. We have already told you about Skydragon ROM with Sense Support. Another stable Lollipop Android ROM available for One M8 user is Doppelkänger ROM. It supports CDMA devices as well and users are loving it for CyanogenMod features add on. The ROM has a dark material theme, with lots of settings and optimizations. You will get CyanogenMod apps like audio fx, calendar, browser, File manager, music, gallery etc.

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SkyDragon – Android 5 + HTC Sense Lollipop ROM – HTC One M8 users must be searching for a Sense UI based Android Lollipop ROM. Kudos to Xda forum member dragon SDE nano for the latest addition to HTC One M8 community. He has just introduced an Android Lollipop based ROM for GSM version users. This is made from Scratch and feature latest HTC sense The ROM is debloated and tweaked for fast performance. You will get the latest HTC sense and Google apps. The kernel is modified for better battery backup and performance. There are lots of tweaks and the list can be found on ROM thread.

Update: Skydragon ROM has been recently updated and now features Sense , developers have added support for CDMA, Sprint, and Verizon devices. Based on Android , it&#;s one of the most updated stable ROM.

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ViperOneM8  Android KitKat + Sense 6&#; HTC One M8 is a powerful device but when paired with a well optimized ROM it can turn into a beast. ViperOneM8 is a stock Android Kit Kat based ROM and has Sense 6 UI. Venom team has packed lots of tweaks and controls in the package. You will get Venom ROM exclusive features like Venom Pie, Hub, OTA, File Manager, Theming, CPU manager, 3 Finger Gesture, Horizontal – Vertical extended settings. This ROM is fully stable and without any bugs, the users who have tried this ROM have reported smooth UI and faster performance. Besides that, some users also added that this ROM has better battery backup than stock firmware.

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Maximus HD ROM for HTC One M8: You are searching for custom ROM for HTC One M8 that can get you Amazing battery life with fast performance. Try Maximus HD, This ROM is built by a team of developers that are already known for their work. Based on latest HTC One M8 RUU so the ROM is stable and without any bugs. The ROM is deodexed, Zipaligned and pre-rooted for best performance. There is an option to remove Bloatware or unwanted apps, Option to install extra mods.

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Android Revolution HD for HTC One M8

Android Revolution HD for HTC One M8 - Best Custom rom for HTC One M8

Android revolution ROM are well known on Xda forum. Legendary Xda developer mike has already cooked revolution ROM which was quite awesome and features packed for HTC Devices. This time, they have produced a great ROM which is rock stable and fluid performing on HTC One M8. The ROM is based on latest HTC One firmware Android Kit Kat, fully optimized and tweak for minimal HTC Sense interface and stock look. Full snapdragon rendering, RAM tweaks, virtual memory makes its lot faster than stock ROM. Bloatware has been removed, the ROM is fully zipaligned and de-odexed for smooth performance. You will get an enhanced battery life and EXT4 performance.

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TWRP for HTC One M8 All Variants


Team Win strives to provide a quality product.  However, it is your decision to install our software on your device.  Team Win takes no responsibility for any damage that may occur from installing or using TWRP.


Support Status: Current

Maintainer: CaptainThrowback

Code Name: m8

Device Tree / files

Support thread on xda-developers

Sprint support thread on xda-developers

Verizon support thread on xda-developers

App Install Method (Requires Root):

Download the Official TWRP App (root required):

Install the app and open it. Agree to the Terms. Select TWRP Flash. Select your device from the device list (m8) and choose a version. The file will download to your Downloads folder. Browse to and select the file. Tap on Flash to Recovery. Find out more about the app here.

Download Links:

Current and past versions of TWRP can be found at one of the mirrors below:

TWRP Install (Requires TWRP or higher already installed):

Download the latest TWRP image file (.img) from the download link and boot TWRP. Go to install and find and select the Images button. Browse to the image that you downloaded and select it. Choose recovery and swipe to flash.

Fastboot Install Method (No Root Required):

You will need the platform-tools from the Android SDK on your computer. Download the platform-tools as per your operating system.

Windows users will need proper drivers installed on their computer. You can try the simple FWUL adb/fastboot ISO or the Naked ADB drivers or the Universal ADB drivers if you don't already have a working driver installed

On your device, go into Settings -> About and find the Build Number and tap on it 7 times to enable developer settings. Press back and go into Developer Options and enable USB debugging. From your computer, open a command prompt and type:

adb reboot bootloader

You should now be in fastboot mode.

Download the correct image file and copy the file into the same folder as your platform-tools. Rename the image to twrp.img and type:

fastboot flash recovery twrp.img

fastboot reboot

Note many devices will replace your custom recovery automatically during first boot. To prevent this, use Google to find the proper key combo to enter recovery. After typing fastboot reboot, hold the key combo and boot to TWRP. Once TWRP is booted, TWRP will patch the stock ROM to prevent the stock ROM from replacing TWRP. If you don't follow this step, you will have to repeat the install.

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