Custom ROM Spotlight: Super Charged One for the AT&T HTC One

| May 11, 2013 | 4 Replies


Here at Android Headlines, we try to cover a bit of everything as it pertains to Android. So that includes custom ROMs. I’ve already done quite a few reviews of different ROMs for the Nexus 7 and the Galaxy S3. Now today, we are beginning a new feature called “Custom ROM Spotlight”. Each week we’ll be featuring a different ROM. It could be a popular one like Paranoid Android, or it could be one that is only available for the Galaxy Note 2. But if you have an ROM that you’d like to see featured, feel free to leave a comment below.

This week we’re checking out another ROM for the HTC One. This one is called the Super Charged One. It’s main selling points are the fact that it has no lag, and has “max battery life”. This ROM just came out on May 1st. But it’s getting good responses over on XDA, so we thought we’d throw it into the spotlight this week.


  • Pre-rooted
  • Busybox pre-installed
  • No 3 dot menu
  • Advanced Power Menu
  • XPure Audio
  • Slimmed down (80MB smaller)
  • Battery Life tweaks
  • Cellular tweaks
  • Wifi Tweaks
  • GUI Tweaks
  • Super Charged
  • OTA Upgrades via GooManager
  • Custom Boot animation

How to Install

  1. Download ROM
  2. Wipe Data and Dalvik Cache
  3. Flash ROM in recovery
  4. Flash boot.img
  5. Have fun!

Currently it’s only available for the AT&T HTC One. I’d expect it to make it’s way to the T-Mobile, Sprint and International versions.

You can check out more about Super Charged One over on XDA. You’ll definitely want to check this one out if you’re sporting the HTC One. What custom ROM are you currently running? Let us know in the comments down below.

Category: Android Rom News

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Alex has been an Android user since the Motorola Droid back in 2010. He's been a huge Android fan ever since using many of the most popular flagships. He's currently rocking a Moto X and a G2.
  • Randy Curry

    Check out Jelly Bean’s ROM for the Verizon variety of Galaxy devices. My Note II loses no stock features and it has a remarkable amount of custom features.

  • Gunny Wallen

    Covering a rom that only a few people have used and even fewer have gotten to boot? Is theddeveloper a friend? A better idea would be to point out that all gsm versions of the HTC one are capable of running the same custom roms.

    • Alexander Maxham

      Umm, that’s the whole point of this feature. To point out ROMs that most people haven’t heard of. Instead of talking about CyanogenMod, Paranoid Android, and AOKP all the time.

  • Randall Bowman

    I’m still using the HTC One S for now. The ROM I have on it right now is Liquid Smooth with Bubba Kernel.