For Sale : 325 obo : Barely Used HTC One X


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  1. dralways

    dralways Well-Known Member

    Buy | Sell | Trade
    ..For Sale
    .

    Device/Item(s)
    ..Barely Used HTC One X
    .

    Price
    ..325 obo
    .

    Shipping Included?
    ..Yes
    .

    Payment Options
    ..Other (Explain in Additional Information)
    .

    Condition
    ..Mint: Perfect device and all original included items
    .

    Extra Included Items
    ..
    .

    Additional Information/Comments
    .
    This device is in pristine condition, I did my best to provide proof of this by taking close ups of the screen. It has only been used for about a week so is practically new. Everything in the box in the images are included and I ship very quickly and use very safe packaging techniques.

    About payment, I have two Paypal accounts but they are on hold for now due to some previous (Nexus4) transactions. For now, I will accept however you choose to pay including money order, Western Union (can be done online), check etc. I am a very honest seller and can provide countless (seriously) references if needed.

    Price is negotiable!

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  2. scotty85

    scotty85 Guides Guide

    Is the device s on,or s off?
  3. dralways

    dralways Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure exactly what you mean by that question. Would you mind explaining?
  4. dralways

    dralways Well-Known Member

    Just make an offer and I'll likely accept.
  5. Bob Cat

    Bob Cat Careful, They're sharp!! Moderator

    "In your phone there is a form of security check and the level of security is determined by whether you are S-ON or S-OFF. It's a flag at the radio level of your phone that checks images before they are allowed to be written to the system memory. So when you gain S-OFF, you gain unrestricted access to the NAND flash memory on your device, also known as root. With S-ON you can get temporary root but it's not guaranteed, with S-OFF you can get permanent root no matter what you flash."

    I'm guessing it's still s-on. ;)

    GLWS,

    BC
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  6. dralways

    dralways Well-Known Member

    Thanks alot, I'm sure that it's still s-on as I haven't messed with any root level properties on this particular phone. I'll double check tomorrow after work.
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  7. scotty85

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    I figure its s on also,since its in a normal release packaging. But i figured it was worth asking :)
  8. dralways

    dralways Well-Known Member

    Do you prefer s-off?
  9. scotty85

    scotty85 Guides Guide

    yes... and i just replied to your pm,with some directions how to check. :)
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    dralways Well-Known Member

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