Discussion in 'HTC One X' started by Leventc, Apr 27, 2012.
This is a leak
Is it 2.4.25 or 2.4.27??
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I don't think we will support leaked Xiaomi ROMs. The leaked ROMs on XDA got shut down as well. I'll talk to the staff.
Installed and it much better than the MIUI official version of ICS on S2 ( I previously used S2 ) >>> No FC at all
how is the camera, is it htc camera?
why is the official gtalk excluded? I tried several ways to install gtalk but all failed. could someone tell me how?
Yes, includes application of HTC :
* Music with Beats
Can anyone recommend or write a howto guide for flashing the One X please?
I'm coming from the HTC HD2 and whilst I know my way around MAGLDR, Task29, RUU etc, talk of AROMA, Fastboot, S-ON/OFF and the like is pretty alien to me right now.
I've had a good look around and have so far managed to root my One X and unlock the boot loader using HTCDev (which I'm assuming is equivalent to installing a HardSPL?), but I'm getting stuck with the Fastboot/boot.img stuff. Exactly how much of the Android SDK will I need to install (which packages?) and why do I need boot.img when I've already got ClockworkMod installed and working?
All and any advice gratefully received!
Cwm let's you flash updates but s-on (safety-on) devices have to manually flash boot.img using fastboot.
fastboot flash boot boot.img
Sent from my HTC One X running LeeDroid One Xtreme 4.0.0
Thanks for the comment but just to be be clear; I connect my phone to PC via USB, reboot whilst holding the power button and volume down. Select fastboot mode. Open a cmd window in windows and then simply type "fastboot flash boot boot.img"?
The OP said to extract the boot.img from the .zip, presumably I move that to the root of my phone's SD Card?
Why do some of the howto's on other sites talk about installing the SDK? Was that actually necessary? is that somehow required for fastboot commands to work?
I've come to prefer Android over WinMo but I don't mind admitting the learning curve is a bit steeper in terms of flashing ROM's.
*With WM you just need a HSPL . This would be equivalent to S-Off on HTC Android device.
*With HTC devices running Android OS If you have S-Off is that you take full control over your device ( Similar to HSPL with WM )
*However with the current ONE X, You can only unlock the bootloader with HTCdev ( No tool S-Off for now ) >>> This also means that you only have half the S-Off
* With HTC unlock bootloader, You can flash any custom rom but not flashing Kernel integrated in the rom that and cant flash any radio...>>> So you have an extra step : flash boot.img (Kernel) of the Custom Rom before flash Custom Rom.
Sorry for my poor English, hope to get help for you.
Yes boot phone into hboot and then select fastboot. Then connect USB to phone/pc... Open cmd and navigate to the folder the fastboot files are stored in e.g.
Then once in directory
c:\fastboot> fastboot flash boot boot.img
If you are looking for the fastboot files they can be found on xda forums under android development for HTC One X I think.
I'm not too sure bout the SDK part as I haven't had much experience in it. Sorry.
But you don't need none of that. It's so straight forward.
Cwm recovery (latest as they have fixed charging problem)
Flash *.zip (and yes extract boot.img from *.zip provided incase dev hasn't provided a seperate link) and flash through fastboot.
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Thanks to you both!
What base is this, 1.28 or 1.26? I've already flashed the boot.img for the 1.28 base.
very nice for a beta! im excited to see the finished version.
Hmm, it's laggy, beats audio included? can't seem to test since phone doesn't detect headphones, also screenshot feature is missing? not sure if MIUI doesn't have it but stock HTC One X sure did.
Beats is working fine for me...haven't tried the screenshot feature. It's also laggy, but thats understandable as this is based off of an internal beta. I have every confidence that the version that is released will be very smooth and fast, per my previous experiences with MIUI roms on different phones.
i just noticed that the camera app will take pictures but it diesnt save them. it also closes after doing a burst. anyone else experiencing this?
I gave this a run tonight and works beautifully except I get no data connection with Optus in Australia. WiFi works but if I'm out and about I need data to work (obviously). So is there any way to fix this either in the next build or if you could please guide me on how to make it happen.
Thanks in advance
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I sooo want to install this but I also know how beta's normally frustrate you to death, for now I will just monitor you brave people and see how it goes.
I went back to a Sense ROM. I'm impressed with how fast they got MIUI going but it's a little too buggy for a daily driver. I'd give it about a week before MIUI is rocking yet another device
Checking the web page every 10 min hoping for this to happen
I also dont want to risk damaging a brand new phone, dont get me wrong the Desire was good but this phone is brilliant.
EDIT: I got an official reply to my question.
I use this rom for 5 days now. No bug , no FC , and pretty smooth.
Because this is a Beta , battery life and some tweaks can be apply , but for the most important, this is a very good rom for a daily use.
Waiting to apply themes for status bar and sms, but this is for a lot of MIUI 4 Rom.
Thanks for this hard work, now my HOX is as pratical as my HD2, in bigger and faster
Waiting for an update.
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