Install Android 4.4 Kitkat AOSP Custom ROM on HTC One

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After the Android 4.4 Kitkat Stock apps, the unofficial AOSP Android 4.4 Kitkat version is reaching out to users. Unfortunately, this version is made available for only high-end Smartphones. As we know, HTC One comes under the category of high-en Smartphones and it is a flagship device. So, here is the AOSP Custom ROM for the HTC One, which includes International, AT&T T-Mobile variants. If your device falls under these variants then you can definitely install this latest AOSP Custom ROM on it.

Install Android 4.4 Kitkat AOSP Custom ROM on HTC One

Here is the tutorial on how to install Android 4.4 Kitkat AOSP Custom ROM on HTC One with complete steps. You have to just take care that you have taken the complete back-up of your current ROM and while following the tutorial you don’t miss any of the steps. So, are you ready to taste the most sweetest versions of Android on your HTC One? Then simply follow the below guide.


  • Charge your device up to 70 – 80%.
  • The device must be rooted and CWM Recovery installed as well as the phone’s boot loader must be Unlocked.
  • Enable the USB debugging option on your device.

Steps to install AOSP Custom ROM on HTC One

Step 1: Download ROM and Gapps from the below link and copy it into an internal storage on your device.

Step 2: Switch off your phone and boot into Recovery mode by “pressing and holding Volume Down + Power button” and then select “Recovery“. In the Recovery mode, use the Volume keys to move up/down and the Power key to select a highlighted item.

Step 3: Now, perform a full data wipe by selecting “wipe data/factory reset” and “wipe cache partition” and then go to “advanced options in CWM Recovery” from there select “wipe Dalvik Cache“.

Step 4: Now, go to the main menu choose “install zip from SD card” > Select ROM (Which you have downloaded and placed in internal storage) > give “Yes” for confirmation. The process will take 3-5 minutes to install the ROM so wait for the whole process to complete.

Step 5: Repeat the above step again and now select “Google Apps” instead of ROM zip file.

Step 6: Finally, go back to the main menu and select “reboot system” now. The phone will take 10-15 minutes to start and initialize all the services & apps because this is the first time you are starting a phone.

Hurray! Now, your HTC One is updated to the Android 4.4 Kitkat. Start playing with it and don’t foget to share the post with others also! 😀

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