Former Writer · Oct 22, 2012 at 01:00 am

Jelly Bean Flasher Helps Safely Flash Jelly Bean Leak on HTC One X

A little while back we brought you news about the HTC One X receiving a Jelly Bean leak. Unfortunately, the leak was declared developer-only, and flashing it was a rough and potentially dangerous process. However, official Jelly Bean just couldn’t keep HTC One X users away, and now there is a safe way to flash the leak.

XDA Senior Member stuart0001 has released a script that will, among other things, get the Jelly Bean leak installed for you. Using this method, stuart0001 says that users will be able to return to stock or install RUU’s without any hassles. Some of the other features of the tool include:

Display your CID
Lock Bootloader
Update JB FW, inc HBoot 1.28
Unlock Bootloader
Flash custom CWM recovery
Flash boot.img

For the time being, the tool is only compatible with certain CIDs. They include:

HTC__001
HTC__E11
HTC__203
HTC__102
HTC__405
HTC__Y13
HTC__A07
HTC__304
HTC__M27
HTC__032
HTC__016
HTC__J15

So if you don’t have these, you’re still out of luck on installing the Jelly Bean leak for right now. However, if you do have those and want to give the new leak a try, then this is something worth checking out. For more details and instructions, check out the original thread.


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