It’s time to check out HTCdev.com. HTC has turned on its developers site that gives access to SDK tools and kernel source code.
Portal was designed to be a “one-stop shop” for a wide variety of SDKs and other resources for developers. As promised, the manufacturer’s OpenSense SDK — which includes a S3D SDK for HTC’s 3D stereoscopic interface and pen SDK for its Scribe feature — is now available for download.
And, finally, there’s the much-anticipated bootloader unlock web tool. It’s not live yet, but should be later this month as HTC updates the Sensation then the EVO 3D to allow for unlocked bootloaders. Use of this tool requires the Android SDK to be installed on the computer, and it will void the warranty of the phone that is being unlocked.