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Old February 5th, 2013, 10:40 AM   #551 (permalink)
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It will, but maybe not till android 5.0 is out.
Oh god I hope not. Lmao.
If the turn the Onex into the new thunderbolt that will piss a lot of people off.

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Oh god I hope not. Lmao.
If the turn the Onex into the new thunderbolt that will piss a lot of people off.
If they do, I'll root and send pictures to at&t of me and my carrier branded phone doing all the things they disabled out when they mucked up the ROM

But in all seriousness the reason the thunderbolt took so long was because of HTC, not Verizon (as far as my understanding goes). We have confirmed that at&t has our update, so hopefully that won't happen.
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Look what I just read about.
http://www.technobuffalo.com/2013/02/05/blackberry-10-android-jelly-bean/
BlackBerry could this before one X users on at&t lol
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in the event that ATT does decide to release the jelly bean update(fingers crossed), would i even be able to receive it if i am on the Straight talk network (or a MNVO)? and if not, what are my options in the event i cannot?


btw does anyone know of a date when they might release it??
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Is the phone carrier branded to AT&T? (you can check by if it has the at&t logo above the screen). If not, you should be able to get the update already. If so, then you're carrier branded to AT&T, and you're stuck waiting with the rest of us for the update. You should get it at the same time as the rest of us.

Unfortunately, no one has any idea when it's going to be released. We are keeping up with it in this thread: Where's JellyBean??? if you want to keep an eye on it.
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Ohh yeah I do have the att one x , but I'm not technically on the att network I bought the phone a while back on craigslist and went to straight talk, I just wasnt sure if because I'm technically not on their network if I'm still able to receive the jelly bean update
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Ohh yeah I do have the att one x , but I'm not technically on the att network I bought the phone a while back on craigslist and went to straight talk, I just wasnt sure if because I'm technically not on their network if I'm still able to receive the jelly bean update
My understanding is you should be able to get it when at&t releases it for their handsets
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Ohh yeah I do have the att one x , but I'm not technically on the att network I bought the phone a while back on craigslist and went to straight talk, I just wasnt sure if because I'm technically not on their network if I'm still able to receive the jelly bean update
How is it working on Straight Talk? I'm going to do the same thing in May.
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How is it working on Straight Talk? I'm going to do the same thing in May.

straight talk is fairly good comparing to paying for an att contract price, no dropped calls . one or two pic texts that couldent send but nothing too drastic . data is good sometimes it's a lil slow but hey u can't beat 45 $ and I hear t mobile's part of straight talk is a lot better in regards to data. and its really easy to activate and port you're old number I was on metro PCs before and it took less than ten minutes to get the phone work with my old number as well
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Why would they even release it for AT&T now? The new HTC One will be out in a couple months. We are done for!
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Why would they even release it for AT&T now? The new HTC One will be out in a couple months. We are done for!
They've already thrown their R&D money at testing the update. It will come out eventually.
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Why would they even release it for AT&T now? The new HTC One will be out in a couple months. We are done for!
Support for a device doesn't end just because a new phone comes out
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I'm sure they will still push out the update eventually. When who knows, I'm loving the nexus 4. I don't plan on getting anything other than some sort of nexus. Unless I lte comes to my area.
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I'm sure they will still push out the update eventually. When who knows, I'm loving the nexus 4. I don't plan on getting anything other than some sort of nexus. Unless I lte comes to my area.
Lol I would hope so, since apparently they have jb for onex it would be a waste of money and time to not do so and a ton of pissed off people (which would include me) . normally I would put a ROM or two on my phone if no update is presented but honestly the onex's steps to doing so are a Lil confusing as compared to the nexus 7 which all I do is download them straight to the tab and do the normal steps
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I wouldn't know how to react if the GS II gets jelly before the One X on at&t.
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Freak way the heck out?
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so this is the new top google search article for the update:

AT&T HTC One X Jelly Bean update frustrations Phone Reviews

As happy as it makes me to see some media acknowledging that customers are unhappy, I'd be happier to see every major tech news source lash out at AT&T about it. Maybe something would actually happen then.
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so this is the new top google search article for the update:

AT&T HTC One X Jelly Bean update frustrations » Phone Reviews

As happy as it makes me to see some media acknowledging that customers are unhappy, I'd be happier to see every major tech news source lash out at AT&T about it. Maybe something would actually happen then.

Good stuff. I check out the at&t forums and there's 9 pages of comments and at&t hasn't even answered. Shows they don't give a *%+@!!!!! about their customers.
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Good stuff. I check out the at&t forums and there's 9 pages of comments and at&t hasn't even answered. Shows they don't give a *%+@!!!!! about their customers.
That has been well established :P

Seriously though, this is insane. Once I graduate and I get my own plan, you can bet it's not gonna be with a carrier-branded phone, at least not on AT&T.

Honestly, I wish there was a way to call up the testing lab and get a answer with a real time frame as to how long before they finish bloating up the software.
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I've been with AT&T for a really long time now. And they keep getting worse and worse. It is complete bullshit.
But oh well, there is honestly nothing anyone can do. They don't care about their customers. No matter how bad they complain.
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I wonder if they will update it all. It seems like the New One is coming out in April or May. I wouldn't be surprised if they totally abandoned the original One X.
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I wonder if they will update it all. It seems like the New One is coming out in April or May. I wouldn't be surprised if they totally abandoned the original One X.
I don't think they will. I think they'll give it the update, even if just to justify all the R&D money they'd already spent on bloating it up and testing it
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Well.....HTC announced the new One X will be released on March 22 for Sprint and at&t. With that being said I really don't see the Original One X getting 4.1 anytime soon
.If anyone has a video on how to install Viper XL for the at&t version of the One X please send that link. I'm dumb when it comes to rooting. So a step by step instructions would be nice. I done waiting on this update. Hopefully I brick this phone and have no choice but to buy a Nexus.
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Hopefully I brick it! Haha!
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Well.....HTC announced the new One X will be released on March 22 for Sprint and at&t. With that being said I really don't see the Original One X getting 4.1 anytime soon
.If anyone has a video on how to install Viper XL for the at&t version of the One X please send that link. I'm dumb when it comes to rooting. So a step by step instructions would be nice. I done waiting on this update. Hopefully I brick this phone and have no choice but to buy a Nexus.
lol I'll be leaving for x phone the second it reaches the united states
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I'm still very happy with my Nexus 4 already on 4.2.2. If the new One phone or M7 whatever they are calling it is really amazing then I might pick one up. But for now I'm sticking with Nexus devices. I also wouldn't mind trying out the new BlackBerry Z10 out.
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I'm still very happy with my Nexus 4 already on 4.2.2. If the new One phone or M7 whatever they are calling it is really amazing then I might pick one up. But for now I'm sticking with Nexus devices. I also wouldn't mind trying out the new BlackBerry Z10 out.
I really wish I had one. If only I had money :P
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Carrier Bell ( Canada) is now updating their Galaxy S2 to jellybean. A 2011 flagship has a more current OS then our One X.
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I really wish I had one. If only I had money :P
I got a really good deal on my Nexus. I'm honestly going to stick to unlocked devices. But i don't know how that will work out for me in the long run. I'm going to wait on the z10 for a good while so maybe BB can work out some of the bugs that I've seen.





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Its is sad. I love the One X, its a great phone. I hate seeing good phones being looked over. Or honestly I hate when companies not not giving a shit about a great phone or their customers. Yeah I'm talking about you at&t not like you care.
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So no JB yet for at&t.
That is sad.
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So no JB yet for at&t.
That is sad.

I'm hoping this week coming up. I had to hear a coworker talk about jellybean on his big @$$ note 2. Nice phone but touchwiz is garbage.
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I'm hoping this week coming up. I had to hear a coworker talk about jellybean on his big @$$ note 2. Nice phone but touchwiz is garbage.
I honestly don't mind touchwiz it has calmed down a lot. It is a lot less intrusive and it seems to be more "Android". I also like a lot of the things the note 2 can do.
But I honestly think it will be a long time before the one x will get jb.
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I rooted my phone yesterday but after flashing TWRP I can't get Supersu to install I get a, "There is no binary installed and SU can't install it".
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Did you flash the SU zip or did you just unlock and flash TWRP? If you just installed the SU app, there's a little more too it than that.

What are you looking to do, just root or go for a JB ROM? If you're just looking at a ROM, TWRP is all you need.
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Did you flash the SU zip or did you just unlock and flash TWRP? If you just installed the SU app, there's a little more too it than that.

What are you looking to do, just root or go for a JB ROM? If you're just looking at a ROM, TWRP is all you need.
I forgot to copy the SU zip to the phone. i ended up flashing it via TWRP. Right now downloading ViperXL then installing it. I'm done with waiting. Plus Viper gives ota updates I think.
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Finally did it! Couldn't sit back and watch all these phones get jellybean while at&t lags on the One X. Rooted and installed Viper XL 3.2.3.

Software Version (Notice the percentage in the battery)



New Keyboard (No longer that big keyboard with all the arrows)



New Quick Settings (All of which are customized to your needs)



New Camera Options (Excuse my mess)



And finally.........SOME GOOGLE NOW!!!!!!!!!!
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Nicely done!

I can't wait to get mine back to try out some Viper JB Goodness.
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Looks like there are some developments for our American friends :-

S-Off Now Available For The HTC One X/L, And Droid DNA–Here's How To Do It

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2155069

Looks like S-Off achieved for the Snapdragon S4 version of the One X (not the international Tegra 3). Small consolation for shitty carriers
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Finally did it! Couldn't sit back and watch all these phones get jellybean while at&t lags on the One X. Rooted and installed Viper XL 3.2.3.
Hold on, wasn't there a software version or something that prevented rooting the one X on at&t??!!
If not, I might look doing it too then, need to find a good step by step guide as I never rooted before.
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Hold on, wasn't there a software version or something that prevented rooting the one X on at&t??!!
If not, I might look doing it too then, need to find a good step by step guide as I never rooted before.

This was my first time rooting. Pretty easy with the instructions I followed.
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If not, I might look doing it too then, need to find a good step by step guide as I never rooted before.
Pretty sure they already found a way to root it.
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could you please provide the link where you went to do this? Thanks
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Just follow his step and download his tool kit. Can't go wrong!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2069904
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I looked at this, and it is like reading German. I wish I could do it, but man does that look confusing.
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The second my warranty expires (which at this pace will be before the update) I am rooting and flashing, but I think I am going to go the cm route.
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I looked at this, and it is like reading German. I wish I could do it, but man does that look confusing.

It was the same for me but it's actually pretty easy. Well worth the try because this Viper ROM is sweet. You can customize pretty much everything on this phone. Colors, button layouts, remove bloat, lockscreens, custom boot up animation, etc. You name it and this ROM pretty much covers it. Battery life is probably the same as stock and it's pretty smooth. So far everything works and I will no longer wait for a carrier update.
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It was the same for me but it's actually pretty easy. Well worth the try because this Viper ROM is sweet. You can customize pretty much everything on this phone. Colors, button layouts, remove bloat, lockscreens, custom boot up animation, etc. You name it and this ROM pretty much covers it. Battery life is probably the same as stock and it's pretty smooth. So far everything works and I will no longer wait for a carrier update.

I tried. I really tried. I couldn't even get past the step that says "click on BOOT INTO BOOTLOADER." I swear, I'm a total moron. I can't put my kids' Christmas toys together either. Oh well.
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finally got around to rooting! Considering I knew nothing about it until I read the link it was actually pretty easy, just have to follow the steps carefully.

ViperXL 3.2.4 with jellybean FINALLY.
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