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Refurb AT&T One X: 1.85 or 2.20


  1. qwertyaas

    qwertyaas Well-Known Member

    Anyone know what version is shipping with AT&T refurbs? If it's 2.20 I'm really going to consider not going for a refurb replacement as I can't not have root on my phone...!

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  2. scotty85

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    it would depend largely how long its been sitting powered off on the shelf. its not uncommon for replacement phones to want to update immediately after being powered on.

    best i can say is hope for the best. if the repalcement comes with 2.20,then go ahead and send it back and keep your old one.

    depending on your issue,you could hang on to it long enuff for a new exploit to be found for 2.20. tho there are no gaurantees that will happen soon,or at all. :(

    i just picked up a used one of these,and luckily it was still on the 1.73 software :D
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  3. techguy21

    techguy21 Member

    Mine came with 1.85.

    I rooted and enabled the FM Radio app, then backed up root with OTA Rootkeeper, updated OTA to 2.20 and lost root (of course) but Rootkeeper is unable to restore it. It shows as backed up, but restore fails (but says it succeeded), and trying it a second time reboots the phone.
  4. scotty85

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    so are you saying voodoo failed to restore and youre now unrooted?

    had you superCIDed and unlocked with htcdev prior to this? if not,you should have. :(

    to others reading,you must superCID and unlock prior to installing the 2.20 firmware. youll be able to re-unlock afterward with your original token and remain rooted. if you do not do those things,you are more or less stuck until a new exploit is found.
  5. qwertyaas

    qwertyaas Well-Known Member

    Mine came with 1.85. Rooted last night but was getting late so going to unlock tonight and throw CM10 on.

    You need to SuperCID and unlock bootloader as scotty said or you will lost root on 2.20. I won't be updating to that regardless. I'm heading for CM10/AOKP.
  6. scotty85

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    yup im keeping my firmware right where it is.im hoping for some s-off action from lazy panda,and i dont want to risk being on too new an hboot,or not being able to get temp root if/when they do release it.
  7. techguy21

    techguy21 Member

    Yep, now I know. I couldn't find any definitive answer on whether it would work or not.
    Oh well, waiting for the next exploit.
  8. geewhiz

    geewhiz Well-Known Member

    I've just gotten my OneX, loving it so far. However it came with 2.20. How new is this version?
  9. scotty85

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    that is the newest. unfortunately,you are screwed for root until a new exploit of some sort is found,or att opens the door for official htcdev unlock. :(
  10. Fynx

    Fynx Well-Known Member

    There is an exploit for 2.20. I'm running it. Check XDA for directions. You will need to use HTCDEV to unlock token.
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