To really personalize your HTC 10, you’ll need to be rooted — but that can’t happen unless you unlock your bootloader. Thankfully, HTC has made it relatively easy to unlock the bootloader on their 2016 flagship.

Unlocking your bootloader will make it a breeze to install TWRP, which can then be used to flash the SuperSU ZIP and root. TWRP also lets you install custom ROMs and modified applications, like equalizers for better audio, camera mods for improved picture quality, and so on. But before we get to all of that, the bootloader needs to be unlocked, so let’s go over the steps on how to do… more

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