Here’s a step-by-step root guide that can help you to get the most out of your rooted HTC One X.
If you don’t know what rooting means, please watch this video first:
HTC One X
- First, learn How to Root Your HTC One X. For Mac OSX and Linux, please see this video tutorial. (Linux is the same but with fastboot-linux instead of fastboot-mac)
- After rooting your HTC One X, we HIGHLY ADVISE you to make at least one backup of your rooted stock ROM, please see How to Backup/Restore ROM on rooted HTC One X.
- Before you install a new ROM, download the Titanium Backup app and SMS Text Backup app from the Play Store to backup all your apps and SMS text messages. See How to Backup apps on HTC One X!
- To install new ROM correctly, you have to boot ClockworkMod Recovery from fastboot, please see How to Install ROM on rooted HTC One X. and also see How to Install ROM and boot image on rooted HTC One X.
- BEFORE installing a new ROM, please backup your apps and SMS Text messages. If you don’t know how, please see How to Backup Apps and SMS on Android video tutorial.
- Do you have an older HTC One X that has never been upgraded to Jelly Bean stock firmware and you cannot install any Jelly Bean custom ROMs? Make sure you upgrade your bootloader to Jelly Bean first!
- If you ever need to unroot your HTC One X completely back to stock (perhaps for warranty), please see How to Unroot your HTC One X.
- You can see all HTC One X ROMs here.
AT&T One X/HTC One XL
- If you have AT&T HTC One X or HTC One XL, follow our Universal One-Click Root Method. Currently this root method only works for older software versions so DON’T UPDATE YOUR SOFTWARE if you want root.
- Then you can unlock bootloader and re-root if you want to install custom ROMs.
- To install new ROM correctly, please follow How to Install Custom ROM on rooted AT&T HTC One X/HTC One XL! and also see How to Install ROM and boot image on rooted HTC One X.
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