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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by teflonoj, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. teflonoj

    teflonoj Newbie
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    Hi guys, not sure if its just me, but I have this feeling I'm not using my One X to its full potential.:thinking: I use the internet, watch movies, phone calls/text, emails use facebook, play games and have some widgets like youtube, friend stream. What else can I do? All this power......
    Any suggestions on what else this phone can do, apps I should get.........?

  2. eddiewawa

    eddiewawa Android Enthusiast

    forgetting one big selling point, and thats the camera... video is not quite optimised yet, but that'll come.
  3. teflonoj

    teflonoj Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Forgot to mention, camera get's used more than I have ever used a camera on a phone before. Love it :D
  4. eddiewawa

    eddiewawa Android Enthusiast

    games wise i'd recommend "shadowgun" to show off the graphics (but man battery drain! lol) be sure to grab the tegra 3 optimized one.

    you might want to get a media link HD or a long micro usb to hdmi cable to show stuff on your tv? (i normally do this with my Asus Transformer when me and the boys watch youtube clips)
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  5. blacktea

    blacktea Member

    Enjoying your music? Have you tried out the Beats Audio enhancement yet?
  6. eddiewawa

    eddiewawa Android Enthusiast

    by default the beat enhancer comes on for everything like videos and even streaming tunes from Deezer.

    honestly? the beats audio is kinda like the SRS enhancements on the Desire HD, adds way more bass and for trance, drum & bass, dubstep, hip-hop tunes? banging! can't complain about the audio at the moment in time.

    I'm subscribed to a Panther tariff in Orange UK and i play alot of stuff from Deezer, so listening to alot more music than i ever was - quality through my denon earphones are awesome :)
  7. teflonoj

    teflonoj Newbie
    Thread Starter

    @blacktea: I have tried the beatz audio for music, which is nice, but to be honest I have 160gig Ipod classic which I can't let go off. 6ogig used already, so would rather save the memory on the phone for those Pics the camera takes.
  8. blacktea

    blacktea Member

    Or you could just upload the pictures onto the 25GB of Dropbox integrated in with the phone. It requires you to log on to Dropbox and finish a few steps before it gets integrated with your phone, though.

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The HTC One X release date was May 2012. Features and Specs include a 4.7" inch screen, 8MP camera, 1GB RAM, Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, and 1800mAh battery.

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