HTC has released a whole slew of kernel source files for the 2013 version of the One today, following the gradual rollout of Android 4.4.2 to the device around the world. There are, frankly, too many variants to name in this post individually, but some of the highlights include Vodafone UK, AT&T, Sprint, O2 in Germany and the UK, and a number of unlocked variants. The screenshots below tell the full story.

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If you want to download said source code, head on over to the HTCdev site and have at it.


David Ruddock
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  • Justin

    no VZW source code. :/

    • [S]unjay Burn[s] Red

      Verizon has always been left out, nothing new.

      • http://zmbi.co/ Jordan Finnigan

        Unrelated: You have excellent taste in music.

        • [S]unjay Burn[s] Red

          Thank you. Seeing that you understood my username, I'm sure that you also have an excellent music taste :)

    • Thomas Cai Jinzhan

      blame verizon, not HTC....

      • Justin

        not blaming HTC at all, i know VZW is the puppet master. They're the ones that blocked dev unlock when VZW released the phone.

  • godutch

    Would be interesting to see what changes carriers actually make to the kernel (I actually expect none)

  • ernestoespinosajr

    They release verizon check it out one more time