See 'WikiDevi' @ the Internet Archive (MW XML, Files, Images)
upgraded MW to 1.30 - maybe things are slightly less broken
HTC One M7 UL (PN07120) - AT&T
This device supports single-stream 802.11a/b/g/n/ac.
To access the "HTC Function Test" (hardware troubleshooting), dial: *#*#3424#*#*
Access Developer Options Menu
The Developer options menu is by default hidden on the M7.
To enable USB debugging and more, you'll have to reveal this menu with the steps outlined here.
Access Bootloader Consistently
The standard way of getting to the bootloader menu (holding power and volume up/down while powered off) doesn't work consistently.
Instead, while your device is on, in USB Debugging mode, and connected to your PC, run `adb reboot-bootloader`
Unlock bootloader (wipes storage) >> Flash custom recovery >> Full system backup >> Install superuser app >> Go crazy
- Excellent guide to getting root, using all legitimate code: http://gizmodo.com/how-to-root-your-nexus-htc-one-or-samsung-galaxy-s4-990847878
- CyanogenMod installation instructions. More concise
- TWRP Recovery download page for HTC M7
- CyanogenMod ROM
- (non-free) Google Apps package
- Before applying the superuser zip to get root, factory reset in recovery, and take a (compressed) Boot/Data/System backup
- Koush's open source Superuser app is recommended
- Good explanation of why you shouldn't accept OTA (over-the-air) updates after flashing recovery: http://teamw.in/officialota
- To turn off OTA notifications (if rooted): Freeze "Updater" app using Titanium Backup Pro.
Getting back to stock
You may want to do this if you want an OTA update, are experience software issues, or want to send phone back to factory.
- Step 1: Download most recent full zip for your device/carrier/region from the HTCdev downloads page
- Should be over 1 GB (or 1,000,000,000 bytes) in size
- Choose WWE for Developer/Unlocked/Google edition devices
- Step 2: Restore RUU.zip over adb, as instructed in this XDA post