Last year HTC did a lot better job than Samsung, smoothly bringing OS updates for their devices just about in the expected time. Android Marshmallow landed on the HTC One M9 in December of 2015, which is just two months after Google’s official release. But unlike Samsung, HTC has a lot to prove. The latest HTC 10 device is up against one of the strongest Android lineups, trying to keep their position in competitive smartphone market, battling with the LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge and Sony XZ. That is why company needs to ensure it delivers the goods with respect to timely Android updates and in that way make users feel special having HTC smartphones.
Not so long ago HTC announced it’s latest flagman called HTC 10, which came in mobile devices market very shortly. It also didn’t took long since suitable custom recovery and root tool was released. Consequently, every user after following our tutorial, will be free to modify HTC 10 for his own needs.
This TWRP install and Root tutorial is compatible with all HTC 10 models running Marshmallow 6.0