Sprint recently announced that it would carry a special edition of the HTC One M8 that would feature sound enhancing software from Harman Kardon. While we’re happy for the carrier and its legions of customers, we couldn’t help but feel sorry for M8 owners outside of Sprint’s service. If you happen to be a part of this group, turn that frown upside down! We’ve got some good news for you today! This crafty individuals over at The Unlockr how found a workaround that brings Harman Kardon’s Clari-fi tech to just about any version of HTC’s new flagship phone.

Like most Android software modifications, you’ll need root access to your device. Of course, there are some risks that come with doing this sort of thing, so you’ll have to decide if this is something that you’re comfortable trying. Once you’ve cleared that small hurdle, you’ll need a few more items before you’re able to take a trip to audio nirvana. If following text isn’t your strong suit and you’re looking for a CliffsNotes’ version of this process, check out the video walkthrough below.

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