FallenWriter · Nov 10, 2012 at 04:00 pm

First Custom ROM for the HTC One X+

The HTC One X is an amazing device. Beautifully designed, and sporting a 1.5 GHz, quad-core Tegra 3 processor, it is the embodiment of mobile computing power for many users. Sadly, it lacked LTE, so a dual-core Snapdragon S4 version was created for US variants. Thankfully, HTC released the HTC One X+. This model sports a faster 1.7 GHz Tegra 3, a better front facing camera, LTE, and of course all the elegance of the original.

A few days ago, the One X+ was rooted. Now thanks to XDA Recognized Contributor Football, the first custom ROM for the One X+ is ready to go. Not much is currently modified, but featuring Aroma installer and bloatware removal, this custom ROM has much to offer a variety of users.

What are you waiting for? If you’ve got a One X+, head on over to the original thread.


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