The One is HTC’s flagship device launched earlier this year. This 4.7″ powerhouse has a 1.7 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, 2 GB RAM, 4 MP ultrapixel rear camera, 2.1 MP front facing camera, 32/64 GB internal memory options and a 2300 mAh non-removable battery. On the software front, it has HTC’s Sense UI, Beats Audio sound enhancement and originally ran on Android 4.1.2, received a 4.3 update couple of months back and will also receive Android 4.4 in the near future.
As the One is a popular flagship device, there are a lot of custom ROMs for it. We had previously seen how to install the AOKP ROM, the Paranoid Android 3.99 ROM and even the official CyanogenMod 10.2 ROM on it. However, all these ROMs were based on Android 4.3 and now after the launch of Android 4.4, the users might want to install custom ROMs based on the Android KitKat OS. We had already seen how to install an unofficial version of the CyanogenMod 11 ROM on the One before, as the official ones weren’t released yet. Now, with the official builds out, let us see the steps involved in installing them on the device.