06-11-2012 04:45 PM
- I have absolutely zero issues with mine. Moreover I love it. The only reason not to buy this would be if you absolutely need more than 16 gigs of storage. Honestly, moving from an evo 3d a lot is the same, but everything is just so much nicer on the hox that's it's a completely different experience.
Sent from my HTC One X using Android Central Forums06-01-2012 12:46 AMLike 3
- I dunno why ppl keep saying the multitasking issue is overblown. It's very real and present. If you haven't noticed it, you either don't use your phone or you're in denial (no offense). In some cases, you can live with it (e.g. webpage reload) in some cases, it's catastrophic (like loosing what you were typing in the notes app because you switched to quickly check something else). Yes, that actually happened to me. Luckily, what I was typing wasn't too important, otherwise I might be filing a lawsuit against HTC
Developer of Dock for Android/iOS/webOS, Panes for iPad, Glimpse for TouchPad06-01-2012 01:17 AM
- ...also, I've noticed no one has mentioned the possible side effects of apps having to reload all the time. Like data gobbling. It may be a far stretch, but having apps reload all the time may bring you closer to breaching your data cap. Makes me wonder if this is a deliberate attempt by att...
Developer of Dock for Android/iOS/webOS, Panes for iPad, Glimpse for TouchPad06-01-2012 01:28 AM
- Wow! I'm sorry it went bad from you. I will keep watch for anything that goes wrong with my wife. For me this is and has been the best phone I have ever had. No wifi issues, no battery issues and the multi-tasking thing for me is so overblown it makes me laugh. As long as I can have my music play while doing something else thats enough for me. I can get back to my email and surf at same time with it so its golden for me. I wish I could give all you a copy of my one x.
Sent by the ONe06-01-2012 01:34 AM
- I went from the Skyrocket to the One X when it came out as well. I had a lot of WiFi and signal loss issues and even posted on XDA about some of the problems I was having. A couple of weeks ago I was in Best Buy (where I purchased it from) and showing it to their phone guys. It lost signal and WiFi while I was showing it to them so they knew I wasn't full of it.
The tech asked if I had done a factory restore and I had not. He went ahead and performed a restore and I have not had a single issue with the phone since. WiFi is fantastic and I haven't lost signal at any time (as far as I know). I use my phone for work so I am on it constatntly and at this point I could not be happier with it.
Keith06-01-2012 06:41 AM
- The HOX is a great phone, but for some it's not working for them and that's cool. I'm going to keep mine it does what I want and the battery life is amazing.
For those waiting for the GSIII to come out I suggest you checkout TW on ICS it's beyond bad. I had to run Apex launcher on my Skyrocket just have it feel close to ICS. TW is worse then Sense 4. Another hit on Sammy in my book is software updates for their phones is truly awful.06-01-2012 06:54 AMLike 3
- Sprint's One X (the one with the stupidly long name, Evo 4G LTE) takes up to a 64gb SD card. Although when I first got it I brought it to Best Buy and neither of us could figure out how to get the back off (we were trying to get the bottom off and not the top) and the BB guy was so sure that it didn't take one, that he convinced me that I must have mis-read (I've sense figured out how to take the top back off and put in my sd card )06-01-2012 07:27 AM
- 06-01-2012 09:45 AM
- I really don't understand the complaints about storage. How is 16 gigs not enough? Especially when they give you 25 gigs of dropbox storage. I have never filled up 16 gigs of space. Even if you only have 10 available to you, that's still enough room for a decent amount of music (which you could easily store in the cloud anyway), apps (which are small), and pictures and videos (also can be stored in the cloud).06-01-2012 09:52 AM
- 06-01-2012 12:55 PM
- ATT seems to have nicely f**ked up the One X. I won't buy carrier branded phones anymore. I have the international Tegra 3 One X and have not noticed any of these issues. Phone has been working like a dream since day one. Love it!
I have Nova Launcher Prime installed and the phone is soooo much faster versus with Sense. Everything is extremely snappy. You loose all the nice Sense widgets but I can easily live without those.
And the cam is awesome. Constantly impressed with the quality of the photos it takes.06-01-2012 01:04 PM
- I agree att really messed it up, and htc did their part.. Smart to change launchers, that's what's so great about android. I traded my one x for a skyrocket and put go launcher on it and for real you wouldn't notice what you were using. I should of got an unlocked one x too... ah well I guess I learned my lesson06-01-2012 02:20 PM
- People . . . keep in mind that for every disgruntled person bashing the One X here, there is at least 100 that love the darn thing. Every single smart phone that gets released has a forum just like this one that seemingly paints the device as the worst phone ever made. The issues that some have with the phone are probably not issues most users care about. I say this as someone that has switched back to my iPhone 4S. It had everything to do with the quality of apps and zero with the hardware. Loved the hardware and did not have a single issue/problem with it.06-01-2012 05:44 PM
- For someone contemplating their next phone as well as the move from iOS to Android, it appears that the people on this forum are in the minority. When you go to Phone Dog or other review sites, it appears the One X holds the lead in popularity, even over the stupid IP4S.
Personally I don't like the fact that the battery is sealed, especially since I had to have my IP3G replaced FIVE times due to battery problems. So I'm going to wait to play with the GS3 and the Skyrocket is also very attractive especially since Amazon has it for $40, though the screen isn't nearly as nice as the HOX or G Note. Regardless, I think these issues may not be as widespread overall. My $.0206-01-2012 06:33 PM
- I have the 32gb intl flavor of the OneX, but have never had a problem. Wonderful battery life, still plenty of room (would love SD card & removable battery option though). Pandora, multi-tasking, webpage loading, restarting apps, nothing. I don't know if it has to do with me having more memory, a quad-core processor, no AT&T branded junk on the phone or what, but not a single issue...unless you count the fact that since otterbox hasn't released a defender case for it I find myself restarting the phone around once a day when I bend over and push too long and hard on the power button with my hip...
This is so many light years ahead of my Samsung Galaxy, it was always reseting, hanging, loosing messages, loosing calls, poor battery life, almost never an update (it just got gingerbread...just about a month ago!!!!).06-01-2012 09:17 PM
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