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  • AT&T One X Root tool available for build 2.20

    HTC One X users who got the phone from AT&T and updated their phone firmware to the latest 2.20 build, have been looking for a root solution since. Like most firmware updates, 2.20 brought in the usual minor improvements and big fixes, but also patched up the bootloader and root exploit gaps so tightly, that gaining S-Off […]

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  • AT&T One X Price dropped at Amazon to $20 only

    This is as good as it gets folks. The white and gray AT&T One X is currently available for just $20 per month from Amazon on a two-year contract. Let me say that again. $20, for the One X, which is still one of the top Android smartphones available, with its efficient Snapdragon S4 dual-core […]

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  • TWRP Recovery for AT&T One X [Guide]

    TWRP Recovery is a custom recovery for Android devices and an alternative to the more popular ClockworkMod recovery for installing custom ROMs, and is now available for the AT&T One X. TWRP recovery features full touch support with a graphical interface, and many nifty features such as the ability to queue zips for installation, a […]

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  • Update AT&T One X to 1.85. [RUU]

    A new update for the AT&T One X has been leaked online by the good guys at Brief Mobile, who were also responsible for leaking the previous update which fixed a critical Wi-Fi issue. This new update will bring your AT&T One X up to the software number 1.85.502.3 and contains a few bug fixes. […]

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  • AT&T One X Root [Guide]

    After the disappointment that the US version of the HTC One X came with a dual-core Snapdragon processor instead of the quad-core Tegra 3 processor in the international variant, AT&T struck another blow by announcing that the bootloader on the One X on AT&T/Rogers won’t be unlock-able. What does this mean? It means that traditional methods […]

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  • HTC One X vs Galaxy Nexus


    The times are changing and we are witnessing another leap of technology as HTC launched the first smartphone powered by a quad-core chipset — the HTC One X! And new entrants are bound to face comparisions with the existing market-leaders. And hence, we, in this case have selected the Google’s flagship phone — Samsung Galaxy […]