Baked ROM for AT&T One X/One XL!

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For this week’s AT&T One X/international One XL ROM of the week, check out Baked ROM.

One of my favorite AOSP ROMs for my Nexus devices, the Baked ROM features latest Android 4.2.2 plus customization similar to AOKP.

Inside Baked ROM, you will find a million ways to customize UI/shortcuts for your AT&T One X/One XL.

If you are looking for a good, solid Android 4.2.2 ROM, definitely put this on your priorities list of ones to flash and do let me know on your results!

Download:

Download Baked ROM for AT&T One X/One XL

Download 1080P/hardware mapping fix

Download Gapps

To install, reboot into TWRP recovery, do data wipe/factory reset, install ROM, install 1080P/hardware mapping fix, install Gapps, reboot to Bootloader. Then install boot image via fastboot. (See How to Install ROM and boot image.)

To fix Google Search Now, simply update “Google Search” app on Play Store.

Credits – XDA <— Please donate to the developer of this ROM if you like it, thanks!

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11 Responses to Baked ROM for AT&T One X/One XL!

  1. manu says:

    is there any valid root method for one xl on official jb rom?? my software version is 3.17

  2. taylor says:

    when i went to extract the boot.img from this rom to flash it i noticed that inside the file it has something named boot
    but for some reason it dosent have a boot.img with this rom. Was this just a bad download and should I try it again or am I missing something here. dont know if this helps but it says its a disc image file but wont let me flash it.

    • A ghost says:

      If you are on a Windows PC, then it should work, because (as far as I know) by default Windows does not show the file type in the file name.

  3. Paul says:

    After Installing the ROM coming from CM 10.1 previous it booted right up without me having to flash over the boot.img. Only the ROM says i am in safe mode, and cant seem to be able to boot back into recovery. Any ideas?
    Thanks

  4. Wael says:

    Hello, I did everything ok, but it stuck on booting screen.
    Please help

    • Zach says:

      First turn off the device, then boot up into Recovery mode,
      go to click
      then go to and locate click
      now try rebooting, you should be good to go, if you are still having a problem, go back to recovery and do the same process but Factory Resetting it also.

    • Zach says:

      Fix.
      First turn off the device, then boot up into Recovery mode,
      go to Wipe Cache Partition click Yes
      then go to Advance and locate Wipe Delvik Cache click Yes
      now try rebooting, you should be good to go, if you are still having a problem, go back to recovery and do the same process but Factory Resetting it also.

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