FallenWriter · Jun 28, 2012 at 06:00 pm

Jelly Bean Ported to the International One X

Developers these days are fast. Many flagship devices are rooted before they’re even released to the general public for consumption. In the spirit of speed (and being amazing), XDA Senior Member tgascoigne has ported an initial release of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the international version of the HTC One X!

This very alpha release is based off of the GSM Galaxy Nexus Jelly Bean image, and so far:

Known issues
•Wifi
•Audio
•Camera
•Probably more

Remember this is an intial port, and there is a lot still to be done before this ROM is a daily driver. If you feel like you have what it takes to help out with this project, or you’re just looking to play with an intial port of Jelly Bean, head on over to the original thread and have a go. Stay tuned, because with all of the excitement around Google I/O and Jelly Bean rips flying around, there are bound to be other devices getting ports as well.


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