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HTC One M7 UL (PN07120) - AT&T

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HTC One AT&T (PN07120)

FCC approval date: 20 February 2013

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multiple revisions of this device, use caution

FCC ID: NM8PN07120

Power: 5 VDC, 1 A
Connector type: USB Female Micro-B

CPU1: Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 (APQ8064AB)
CPU2: Qualcomm MDM9215M
FLA1: ? MiB (Samsung Model?)
RAM1: 2 GiB
2,048 MiB
2,147,483,648 B
16,777,216 Kib
2,097,152 KiB
16,384 Mib
(Samsung K3PE0E000E-XGC2)

802dot11 WI1 chip 1: Broadcom BCM4335

abgn+ac, 1x1:1

Additional chips
multi-band cellular transciever + GNSS (GPS/GLONASS/Beidou) receiver;Qualcomm;WTR1605L;WTR1605, 0VV, PHX42600, AA22801;1;
Quad-Band MMPA Module;TriQuint;TQM7M9023;TriQuint, TQM7M9023, 1241, CHIN, AR4586;1;
Touchscreen controller;Synaptics;S3202B;;1;
NFC controller;NXP;unknown;44701, 31 06, NSD233;1;

Categorized as: smartphone

Stock OS / FW: Android 4.2

OUI: none specified

This device supports single-stream 802.11a/b/g/n/ac.

It is presumably using BCM4335.

The PN07120 model appears to be targeted for usage with AT&T.

Model information sourced from mike1986.'s HTC One variants U/UL/WL thread on the xda-developers forum

To access the "HTC Function Test" (hardware troubleshooting), dial: *#*#3424#*#*

Much more information is available at the XDA Wiki entry for this device and on the XDA Forums.

Access Developer Options Menu[edit]

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[edit]

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`

Root Information[edit]

Unlock bootloader (wipes storage) >> Flash custom recovery >> Full system backup >> Install superuser app >> Go crazy

  • Good explanation of why you shouldn't accept OTA (over-the-air) updates after flashing recovery:
  • To turn off OTA notifications (if rooted): Freeze "Updater" app using Titanium Backup Pro.

Getting back to stock[edit]

You may want to do this if you want an OTA update, are experience software issues, or want to send phone back to factory.

  • Should be over 1 GB (or 1,000,000,000 bytes) in size
  • Choose WWE for Developer/Unlocked/Google edition devices
  • Step 2: Restore over adb, as instructed in this XDA post