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Unlocked HTC 10 Now Working on Verizon, But There are Prerequisites

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We have attempted to throw an active Verizon SIM into the unlocked model of the HTC 10, but it doesn’t work. This really shouldn’t shock anyone, even though the device features the necessary radios to run on Big Red’s network. However, with S-OFF and root achieved for the HTC 10, the good folks at XDA have released a fix for this issue, meaning anyone with an unlocked HTC 10 can now get their device working on Verizon. After all, in our opinion, this is truly what unlocked should mean. 

In order to begin this process, you will need S-OFF and root on your HTC 10. To do so, look over the instructions here. Before you get started, though, please note that attempting these types of actions can cause your device to behave unexpectedly. If you feel comfortable doing this, proceed. As a refresher, S-OFF equates to security off, which allows HTC device owners to modify any partition on the device, and changes will not be reset once a reboot takes place. When a device is S-ON, changes are not permanent. For a deeper understanding of S-ON and S-OFF, read this.

Now, it is stated in the instructions that you will need S-OFF and keep S-OFF during your usage of this radio. If that works for you, then really, all that is needed is a single flash of a radio.img via adb. The file is available on XDA from the via link below. For those of you with experience in adb and flashing files, this process will be extremely straightforward. Once the flash is completed, you will select the “CDMA/EvDOGSM/WCDMA/LTE Auto” option from within the secret radio menu. This menu is accessed by inputting *#*#4636#*#* into your dialer and dialing.

At this time, advanced calling features are not yet available, but according to the team behind this, they can later be added once available for the device.

If you happen to have an unlocked HTC, and want it to work on Verizon’s LTE, this is your chance.

Via: XDA
Cheers Rashad!
  • Martys

    To listen radio im using my best finded web app: http://online.radio111.com/

  • markwebb

    Still a bit wonky and doesn’ always work. I am sure improvements are coming.

    • Justin Case

      Full Verizon RUU flash should make it always work

  • Mark

    Will it work with sprint???

  • M3D1T8R

    What I was waiting for.

    Now just need confirmation that:

    1. Wifi hotspot can be made to work properly.

    2. Voice/Data works. In other words, getting a voice call or text will not cut out the 4G data/hotspot connection.

    Anyone using an unlocked model on Verizon with any info on these two points, will be much appreciated.

    Then it’ll just be a matter of waiting till the price is right, and I’ll be getting a black Unlocked 10, to replace my good old og Moto x.

  • InvaderDJ

    Wow, I’m extremely surprised this works. This means that the HTC10 is back on my radar. I was about to buy the Verizon version until I realized it only came in silver.

    I’ll still probably hold off for a bit until VZW releases a black version though or until the rumored HTC Nexus is confirmed or debunked.

    I wish we didn’t have to jump through these hoops. The unlocked version is the same phone with the same band support, there is no technological reason for VZW to not allow it on their network.

  • Allen George

    And DroidLife is back to to good old days of posting really important Android news, like root, S-OFF and hacks! Great to see!

  • tehashi

    I really want an unlocked HTC 10 for my verizon UDP setup, but having to go through these hoops seems a bit much. Especially when not all of the features will be available afterwards. > . <

  • TC Infantino

    Nice! Bringing back the days of really digging into the system, turning S-Off, and making the phone do what You want it to do, instead of being locked down by the carrier and it’s restrictions.

  • Ihatestupidpeople

    What it boils down to is 2 things: #1 VZW wants to push their garbage services down your throat like VZ Nav and VZ Cloud among numerous others and some people take issue with that. Not only are all the paid, crap services they push available with widely available free apps, it robs the phones of storage space. If the phone doesn’t have expandable storage, you get screwed into purchasing a more expensive phone that has larger storage. They bend you over at every turn. They can try to spin it anyway they’d like such as: it affects or network etc…that’s all smoke and mirrors. Complete crap. Unlock all the bootloaders and allow the tech geeks to do what they wish. 90% of their users have no clue how to do any of these things regardless. Its not like they’re going to have an influx of thousands of customers making warranty claims for bricking their phones! It’s such a small nitch market. #2 There will ALWAYS be people out there smarter than VZW and will beat them at their own game! Here’s a big middle finger to VZW!!!

  • I’d rather unlock the Verizon model’s bootloader and switch to Cyanogenmod as soon as official nightly builds become available.

    • billy routh

      The Verizon M9 still hasn’t been unlocked so good luck with that.

      • Fair enough, I thought all HTC bootloaders were easily unlockable.

        That said it can take up to 2 years for an unlock exploit to show up (as it did for my S5) so hey.

        • Justin Case

          We have had every major Verizon HTC device unlocked within weeks of release for the last few years.

          • I though that was the case (no pun intended), but I’ve never owned an HTC device so I’ve only ever been able to go off what I read or hear about.

      • okpud

        The Verizon HTC 10 has already been unlocked, S-OFF’d, and rooted. Currently it is available as a mail in service while the devs get it packaged into Sunshine.

        https://mobile.twitter.com/TheRootNinja/status/730142615249637376

      • Justin Case

        Ummm we unlockde both the verizon m9 and verizon 10…..

  • yummy

    I only want a rootable phone if I need root, otherwise, I want an impossible to root phone. If I am not going to root, why would I want a phone that is easily exploited?

    • TC Infantino

      The HTC unlock is given individually to those who send in a data capture from their phone. It’s not an exploit, it is HTC giving their customers the ability to unlock their phone if they choose.

  • LaFave07

    Just don’t get why the Moto X Pure works on Verizon without having to hack it but the unlocked HTC 10 doesn’t….

    Why doesn’t HTC enable this by default? What’s the worst that could happen? Surely they don’t sell that many Verizon modeled phones to care if Verizon sells their phones directly or not.

    • moew

      Only if you use one of their approved/tested/neglected_after_the_sale phones!

    • The iPhone and Nexus works as well on Verizon, I hope HTC releases an official update to support Verizon in the near future.

    • okpud

      You see this a lot with manufacturers (including Google w/ the 5X/6P) making a US version and a Global (aka International) version of their phones. They support different radios with some overlap. When choosing a modem, like the X12 built into the Snapdragon 820, they have a list off all the possible networks/bands that the modem can support. That does not mean that ALL of the networks/bands can be supported/programmed for use at the same time. Each radio has its limits on the maximum number of networks that can be programmed at any given time. In this case, HTC decided to make a global (unlocked) version that supports a lot of different LTE bands, but does not have CDMA programmed. The Verizon version has CDMA programmed, but less available LTE bands. Flashing the Verizon radios will allow it to use Verizon’s CDMA channels, but also cost you things like Tmo’s band 12 and ATT’s band 17 LTE channels. Of course, being unlocked/S-OFF means you can always flash your radios back…

      • LaFave07

        Why do they list CDMA 850/1900 and b13 LTE in the specs then?

        How is the iPhone able to use any of its bands listed?

        • okpud

          Just read footnote #4 on their product page…

          http://www.htc.com/us/smartphones/htc-10/

          4. Network bands in regions may be different, depending on the mobile operator and your location. 4G LTE only available in select countries. Upload and download speeds also depend on the mobile provider.

          For the Verizon version, they specifically list these supported networks on their product page.

          https://www.verizonwireless.com/smartphones/htc-10/
          CDMA: 800, 1900 MHz, GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz , UMTS: 850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz, LTE: Band 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 13, 20, 28

          The iPhone 6s has 4 different models, depending on the region/networks you will be using. It also has a completely different modem than the X12 Snapdragon 820.
          https://www.apple.com/iphone-6s/

          • Tony G.

            My 6S Plus is an unlocked U.S. version that works perfectly. My Verizon account even has it listed as my phone as if I got it from them. But while my Nexus 6P works, some things like NFL app won’t because Verizon said they don’t support that phone. Geez.

          • LaFave07

            My point is the unlocked model says it supports CDMA when it doesn’t.. Still doesn’t make sense….

          • The unlocked HTC 10 and iPhone 6/6s support CDMA.

          • LaFave07

            But the HTC 10 won’t work on Verizon out of the box and the iPhones will….

          • Neither did the Nexus 6 when it first came out, and I think the Moto X had the same problem. I don’t know who’s to blame, the manufacturer or Verizon, but the fact that a modified modem can get it to work means that someone doesn’t want it to work via software, at least for now.

          • LaFave07

            I blame HTC.

          • Cael

            The Nexus 6 did work and so did the Moto X when they both came out. The problem was getting new sim cards because Verizon didn’t have the IMEI’s in their system. If you already had a sim you were good.

            But your last point is spot on and people keep ignoring that.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    This is amazing. I’ve been holding out for this reason. My work phone is VZW and I just want to be able to pop the SIM Over (like I did with my 6p)….#TeamNoCarrierBranded..

    As for Android Pay… I’m guessing root still kills it?

    • MichaelFranz

      for Nexus devices you can still use it with some changes. I’m running the dev preview right now which doesnt support it but prior to that ti did work on my 6.0.1 rom

    • okpud

      You shouldn’t need root to to do this, just S-off and an unlocked bootloader so that you can flash the radio. These are steps you would have to take before you root, typically.

      • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

        Cool. I’m so much out of practice it’s not even funny.

    • There’s something floating around XDA regarding root and android pay working together, but I haven’t really looked into it that much since swiping my credit/debit cards still works just fine.

    • HTCthe1st&Best

      Use the viper10 rom 1.2.1 it has android pay working now as of 5-28-16

  • Trooper311

    Very cool.

  • Tyler Durden

    Something something “I’m entitled to Verizon service”.

    • Jeff “BIG RED”

      ROFL!!!😂 Well if you pay for it you should probably get it?

      • moew

        Only if you use one of Verizon’s approved/tested/neglected_after_the_sale phones!

        • Jeff “BIG RED”

          There is really no truth to what you just said. When I activated my Nexus 6 and Nexus 6p they were not approved by Verizon on their network. Pop in my sim and boom I was good!😉

          • moew

            The truth is in the contract you have with VZW. Sure your phones “work”, but that’s not the point.

          • Jeff “BIG RED”

            Guess I’m not understanding your point. Can you please elaborate?

          • moew

            Absolutely!

            http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/support/customer-agreement

            My wireless device

            Your wireless device must comply with Federal Communications Commission regulations, be certified for use on our network…

          • Steve Pless (Seamonkey79)

            It is certified for their network, since it’s the exact same device as they’re selling for their network. The O ly difference is that they don’t allow the IMEI on the network or allow HTC to allow people to unlock the bootloader. Artificial blocks do not qualify as de-certification.

      • Tyler Durden

        well yeah if you pay for the service, but you’re not entitled to have everything work that’s not authorized.

    • TC Infantino

      Something, something, I’m entitled because I Pay for that service.

      • Tyler Durden

        You’re paying for Verizon service, not paying for the right to have any device that’s not Verizons to work on that service.

        • TC Infantino

          Actually, according to the FCC, that’s exactly what I am paying for.

        • Justin Case

          CDMA is typically a whitelist network, Verizon is the one breaking that standard and allowing devices on. They could fix this.

  • Eric

    Even though both B&H and Best Buy state the unlocked G5 will be compatible with Verizon, it will be interesting to see if it encounters the same issue once that device starts shipping.

  • Suicide_Note

    Even though they’re not major, it’s sad that people have to jump through hoops to use an unlocked, fully compatible device on Verizon.

    • MichaelFranz

      hence why i ditched them and sold my UDP. Extra $$ for me and im very satisfied with my service on T-Mobile

    • Mike

      I was actually surprised when I got my 5X that simply putting my SIM card in it worked flawlessly. Then I got my bill and for some reason my line access discount was removed for no reason, I was told the only way to get it back would be to call Verizon every month and have a rep apply the discount. Good old Verizon. Love the coverage, hate the… Everything else.

      Moral of the story, nothing is ever easy with Verizon when you are talking about unlocked phones.

      • David Gibson

        Same here. I have to call them every single month and every single month I get the same ol story. “We put a ticket in to fix it.” Going on 6 months of fixing now……..

        • Mike

          I just switched over to a different plan, paying $5 more for an extra 2 GB of data and don’t have to deal with their garbage every month.

          • David Gibson

            I unfortunately can not do the same as I have a 30gb plan that I am grandfathered into. I can’t lose that.

    • Cael

      HTC’s fault for blocking it from working.

      • Mike

        We don’t know for sure but I wouldn’t be surprised if Verizon had something to do with this. Why would HTC intentionally not leave the bands enabled that are required to use Verizon which just so happens to be the largest carrier in the US? I’m sure they make more money off of Unlocked sales versus through Verizon sales.

        • Cael

          Why would HTC intentionally not leave the bands enabled that are required to use Verizon which just so happens to be the largest carrier in the US?

          Maybe because they screwed up with the A9? Google and Motorola had no problem releasing phones that worked day 1 with Verizon with an active sim. Verizon didn’t block them.

          What reason does Verizon have to block the unlocked HTC 10 when it didn’t block the 6, 5X, 6P, and the X Pure Edition?

          • Duffman

            The A9 never had a CDMA radio. HTC was trying to get it supported under LTE only.

            The XPE is one of the very, very few OEM phones that is unlocked and works on VZW. The rest were all Nexus devices, which if you recall, the Nexus 7 took months for VZW to allow it on their network, even though the devices could flawlessly work on their network.

          • Cael

            – The A9 never had a CDMA radio. HTC was trying to get it supported under LTE only.

            I never brought up the A9 having a CDMA model. It was a unlocked phone that they said was going to support Verizon and it never did.

            – which if you recall, the Nexus 7 took months for VZW to allow it on their network

            The Nexus 7 worked on Verizon’s network from day one if you had an already active sim even without it being in their system. The problem was people getting new sims. The HTC 10 won’t work on Verizon’s network even with an already active sim. So clearly HTC is doing something wrong or blocking it with their software.

            The same thing happened with the Nexus 9 which coincidentally HTC built. It didn’t work on Verizon until Google released the SOFTWARE for it. Verizon wasn’t blocking it, Google was.

          • LionStone

            We’ve already been over this with the A9, vzw flat out said they have no plans to make it work, it was not on HTC.

          • Cael

            HTC’s statement:

            HTC is committed to providing the best experience for all of our device owners. Following extensive testing, we are unable to support the Verizon network with the Unlocked HTC One A9. For individuals on the Verizon network that ordered the Unlocked HTC One A9 on HTC.com, we will refund his/her order and provide a 20% discount on any current HTC phone or future phones launching through Dec. 31, 2016. Individuals may contact HTC Care at 1-888-216-4736. We regret any inconvenience.

            http://www.droid-life.com/2016/03/04/htc-one-a9-verizon/

          • LionStone

            Yea Verizon screwed them

          • Kevna

            Then what is the point of the verizon model. Why not just release the unlocked version for all the carries in the usa. Because verizon must have pushed to have it and force you to buy from them and have everyone see their logo on the back

          • Cael

            – Then what is the point of the verizon model.

            What’s the point of T-Mobile offering a model when you can buy the unlocked one?

            The Verizon model is to support tech exclusive to Verizon like their Advance/Video Calling mumbo jumbo, you won’t get that with an unlocked model. You’re not going to get Verizon’s cluttered dialer menu.

            And the majority of America still walks into AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon stores to buy phones. Not having a model in a store isn’t going to increase their sales.

          • Kevna

            I think your missing my point because i actually agree with you that it wont affect sales. My point is htc isn’t the one at fault for the unlocked version not working on verizon. It is because verizon had its own model made for its network therefore no point for the unlocked one to work on verizon too and it won’t work unless you root it and flash the rom. By the way there is no tmobile version thats the whole point verizon is the only carrier that demanded their own phone. If u want the phone on tmobile or att you get the unlocked one just like htc wanted

          • Cael

            – My point is htc isn’t the one at fault for the unlocked version not working on verizon.

            They are because it’s a software issue clearly…

            -It is because verizon had its own model made for its network therefore no point for the unlocked one to work on verizon too and it won’t work unless you root it and flash the rom.

            Verizon had its own Nexus 6 but Google and Motorola both still sold Nexus 6’s that worked on Verizon. If you have to root and rom it then its a software issue, HTC made the software. HTC’s fault because clearly the unlocked version can and should work since it had the radios.

            – By the way there is no tmobile version thats the whole point verizon is the only carrier that demanded their own phone. If u want the phone on tmobile or att you get the unlocked one just like htc wanted

            The article posted before this: http://www.droid-life.com/2016/05/11/htc-10-t-mobile-free-goodies/

            The title is “Buy a HTC 10 From T-Mobile Starting May 18, Receive Free Rapid Charger and Ice View Case”

            So yes there is a T-Mobile version that will be sold in T-Mobile stores, and the T-Mobile version is more than likely the unlocked version and will be blocked from working on Verizon via software.

          • steb0ne

            Yea I agree… All the models u mention do work on Verizon with an active SIM. I understand exactly what you mean. And most Verizon branded phones come unlocked and work on other carriers as well. If the radio has been disabled that would mean even MVNO’s like Straight Talk (which can use Verizon’s network) wouldn’t work either

        • Kevna

          You do know there is a htc 10 that is made just for Verizons network. So obviously verizon doesn’t want the unlocked version to work on their network. Why would they want customers to buy unlocked phones and lose out on profits, also the verizon htc 10 has verizons logo and probably verizon bloatware. So yeah verizon is to blame why else would they have a separate model for verizon if the unlocked one works. Because of Verizon!

      • Duffman

        Ignorant comment of the day winner!

        • Cael

          Yes it’s ignorant that I point out that HTC’s unlocked phone which support Verizon’s CDMA + LTE bands doesn’t work if you pop in an already activated sim, but the Nexus 6, 5X, 6P, and X Pure Edition all worked and people want to blame Verizon?

          • Duffman

            What cracks me up, especially on DL, the level in which people love VZW and don’t think they’re up to no good. VZW hates unlocked devices. Do you really think HTC would do something that could potentially hurt their sales? And they really need the sales! I’d be more willing to point the finger at VZW saying they won’t allow the unlocked version and will only sell their “branded” device. Stop giving the carrier the out. Technically, both us don’t really know, now do we? That’s why your comment is ignorant.

          • Cael

            – the level in which people love VZW and don’t think they’re up to no good.

            I never said Verizon wasn’t up to no good but it’s clear that they have nothing to do with this and it is all HTC.

            – VZW hates unlocked devices

            Which is why it allows unlocked devices to work on its network? Which is why it sells unlocked devices? You know you can buy a Droid Turbo 2 and other phones from Verizon and take it to T-Mobile and it will work? But Verizon hates unlocked devices? Whatever.

            – Do you really think HTC would do something that could potentially hurt their sales?

            Yes, that’s why Samsung is the top Android OEM now and HTC isn’t anymore.

            – I’d be more willing to point the finger at VZW saying they won’t allow the unlocked version and will only sell their “branded” device. Stop giving the carrier the out.

            My first point still stands and people like you love giving HTC the benefit of the doubt because they want them to make a comeback so so bad.

            – Technically, both us don’t really know, now do we? That’s why your comment is ignorant.

            No, technically we don’t but if we use common sense like Verizon sells phones in their stores that you can take to other networks and it allows unlocked devices like the Nexus 7, 6, 5X, 6P, 8 (after a SOFTWARE update), and Moto X Pure Edition then you can come to the conclusion its more than likely HTC’s fault it won’t work. Just like everyone who has tried putting an already active sim in it, the 10 tries to connect but rejects and why the hell would Verizon target and block just ONE phone from its network?

          • MJ

            Why are you still talking idiot? The only reason the unlocked HTC 10 doesn’t work on Verizon is because of Verizon. End of story. Period.

            Please apply some common sense… There is zero reasons for HTC to not want their unlocked phone to work on Verizon but there is for Verizon. They want people to use their services like Samsung Pay, etc. and those are only on the Verizon version of the HTC 10.

          • Cael

            The HTC 10 doesn’t work on Verizon because of software made by HTC.

            Just because you and other Verizon haters are butthurt by Verizon doesn’t mean Verizon is the cause of every single problem.

            “There is zero reasons for HTC to not want their unlocked phone to work on Verizon but there is for Verizon. ”

            Is should be are and if Verizon didn’t want unlocked phones on their network then there would not be any working unlocked phones. My X Pure Edition works. The Nexus 6, 7, 5X, and 6P work. Why block ONE phone when they already let 5 other phones work on their network? Because of apps? That didn’t stop the Nexus 6, so your services excuse means nothing.

            HTC, once again, didn’t do something right. That’s the end of the story.

            The Nexus 9 (made by HTC) is proof that it is software and not a network issue. Go research that.

          • MJ

            Dude, please stop being stupid. It has nothing to do with it being a unlocked phone but that (1) the bootloader can be unlocked AND there is (2) a Verizon version of HTC 10. There is no Verizon version of the Moto X or the Nexus phones nor our they carried in their stores. There obviously is an agreement between HTC and Verizon for the unlocked version of the HTC 10 to not work on Verizon’s network (at least for now). You do know Verizon doesn’t need to carry or promote the HTC 10 in their stores right? Well, we now know this was one of the concessions by HTC.

            You are now totally educated on this issue so END OF STORY.

          • Cael

            – There is no Verizon version of the Moto X Pure Edition or the Nexus phones nor are they carried in their stores.

            http://www.verizonwireless.com/support/google/

            Verizon sold both the Nexus 6 and 7 in their stores. Here’s the support page. You don’t see the Nexus 6P or 5X on their because Verizon didn’t sell them. The Nexus 6 and 7 were sold online unlocked still. Verizon didn’t care.

            – There obviously is an agreement between HTC and Verizon for the unlocked version of the HTC 10 to not work on Verizon’s network (at least for now).

            Way to change your tune. First it’s Verizon’s fault and now there’s an agreement between the both of them? You look more stupid now.

            – You do know Verizon doesn’t need to carry or promote the HTC 10 in their stores right?

            Duh, look at AT&T. I guess T-Mobile shouldn’t be selling it in their stores because the unlocked model can be bought online. I guess T-Mobile is wasting their time?

          • MJ

            Dude, you are an idiot and it’s confirmed.

            I said STORES not online. #facepalm There is reason why Verizon sells Nexus 7 tablets. They were good sellers and Verizon can sell another line of service to people. Where’s the current Nexus products on Verizon? Huh?

            It’s very simple and I already spelled it out for you. Verizon doesn’t need HTC but HTC does need Verizon. Verizon took advantage of that and made HTC agree with Verizon to have an exclusive on the phones in stores. T-Mobile? Psst… The phone is not available from T-Mobile yet. LOL When the Verizon exclusive ends they will carry it but yet T-Mobile allows the unlocked HTC 10 on their network right now. This is because they are not asshats like Verizon.

            I have already given you the answer… I know this is the Internet and all but why you would continue to be willfully ignorant is behind me unless you are just trolling. Either way have a good day as we are done here.

          • Cael

            You can’t read and you don’t remember what you write. You said there are no Verizon versions of the Nexus phones. There was one for the Nexus 6. You said they weren’t carried in their stores. The Nexus 6 was sold in Verizon stores during the same time Google and Motorola was selling the unlocked version online, which worked on Verizon before Verizon sold the Nexus 6 in their stores.

            Where’s the current Nexus products on Verizon? Well the 5X and 6P work on Verizon without Verizon selling them and Google has full control over the phones. Google knows whats up. Google knows what it’s doing.

            Verizon took advantage of HTC? Where’s that information from? Oh that’s just your assumption with no prior real proof to back it up because Verizon is the automatic bad guy in every situation. If Verizon offered more money to HTC for a one week exclusive and HTC accepted then that’s not taking advantage. That’s a business decision to get as much money as they can, which HTC needs.

            HTC screws itself over. Verizon doesn’t need to do that for them.

      • deskjob

        Just my speculation – Verizon seems to have a quasi-exclusive launch of the HTC 10, basically a week or two before the other carriers. Just based on Verizon’s past behavior, my guess is this block is part of this launch deal. Unfortunately, HTC is weak and probably couldn’t say no to Verizon’s demands.

        Again, just speculation. Unless you have confirmed insider info, then your guess is as good as mine.

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    Neat