Booting into bootloader mode and pushing out fastboot commands from the command window can be overwhelming to a lot of casual users, while for the adventurous it’s where the fun lies. But toolkits have time and again proved that a software user interface that works on mouse clicks can get things easily done even for the noob-est of users, and also pleases the pro users for simplicity of it.
HTC One M9 toolkit by Squabbi brings you a simple Windows user interface to perform tasks like unlocking the bootloader, flashing recovery images, or stock RUU zip files. The software interface does all the command line stuff at the click of a button.
When you run the toolkit, it automatically checks if your PC has proper drivers installed for ADB and Fastboot related stuff, if not, it downloads and installs the driver by itself for your convenience. Also, Squabbi’s HTC One M9 Toolkit comes with an auto-updater script to keep the toolkit on latest version always.