The HTC One is just a few weeks old (officially), but there is a handful of developers hard at work on HTC’s 2013 flagship. As expected, the ROM support is paltry at this point, and the mods are few and far between. But make no mistake, the development and support for this device is showing positive signs early-on.

By rooting your HTC One, you can apply these much-needed mods to the interface, remove bloatware and make other changes. Make sure the mods you download and apply are for your device, however, because there are various models available (i.e.: Sprint HTC One) that differ.

Well, what are you waiting for? Click play already!

Update: It was brought to my attention that without the proper kernel, upon rebooting, any removed bloatware will restore itself.

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