If you are an HTC One fan, you must have known that the Sense interface and this device weren't able to come together in one big awesome mash-up. Well, now you can! Now The opportunity exists for you to experience the purest ''Android experience'' possible with an alpha version of the custom ROM CyanogenMod.
The developers for the new custom ROM for HTC One hardly waited to jump on this project when the manufacturing source code appeared last week. This time it all happened very quickly and the CyanogenMod 10.1 based on Android 4.2.2 is now available in its very first alpha version. At the moment, it can only be read through in the XDA-developers forum, where you can see what already works and what still needs to be worked on. The HTC One's touchscreen, USB, GPS, audio and lockscreen work quite well under CyanogenMod-Alpha. WLAN, Bluetooth, Telephone, button lighting and other functions, on the other hand, still don’t work at all, though the kids over at XDA are working on it.
So far, the customROM is still far from being available for every day use. But if you can't stand to wait and you're well-versed in the material, you can download the early alpha version of CyanogenMod 10.1 on the XDA-developers website and flash it onto your HTC ONE. And as usual: download at your own risk!