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  1. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    Proceed at your OWN Risk

    I have compiled a simple and comprehensive guide on how to achieve root, or SuperUser permissions, on almost any ROM on the international One X, granted your bootloader is unlocked.

    (This may also work on the AT&T and/or Rogers One XL, but I haven't tried it)

    So considering your bootloader is unlocked, and you have a custom recovery, (steps for custom recovery here) along with fastboot files on your computer (used when unlocking bootloader) proceed with these steps:

    1) Download the flashable SuperSU zip file (by Chainfire) from here:

    http://download.chainfire.eu/204/Sup...erSU-v0.94.zip

    And keep a copy of it in your phone.

    2) When your phone is on, press and hold the power and volume down button, till it boots into the hboot screen (white screen with some text near the top), don't worry if it takes a screenshot, just keep on holding the buttons.

    3) Select 'Recovery' from there.

    4) In recovery, wipe cache partition, then go to advanced, and clear dalvik cache.

    5) Choose install Zip from SDCard, choose zip from SDCard, go to the folder where the SuperSU zip is located, and flash that.

    6) After its successfully flashed, reboot your phone.

    7) You will find an app called 'SuperSU.'

    8) Now, when you launch an app that requires root permissions, like Titanium Backup and Go Backup, a dialog box will pop up, and if you allow it, the app will be granted root permissions!


    Congratulations, you are now rooted

    Lastly, enjoy, and do let me know If it works for you, ask me any question in this thread and I will do my best to reply to it ASAP, also, do hit Thanks

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    07-18-2012 07:57 AM
  2. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    Reserved.

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    07-18-2012 08:10 AM
  3. erwaso's Avatar
    I always thought you had to be rooted before getting unlocked and install recovery
    07-19-2012 07:20 AM
  4. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    I always thought you had to be rooted before getting unlocked and install recovery
    Nope. Once you unlock the bootloader, you can root it. Root can't be achieved on the Int'l One X without unlocking. And you don't 'need' to root to unlocl

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    07-19-2012 07:23 AM
  5. Chema Martin's Avatar
    Nope. Once you unlock the bootloader, you can root it. Root can't be achieved on the Int'l One X without unlocking. And you don't 'need' to root to unlocl

    Sent from my HTC One X using Android Central Forums
    Thanks!!... Great set of instructions, appreciate your efforts!

    Just for the sake of it, can you enlighten a newbie like me and explain how to go about unlocking?
    07-19-2012 09:06 AM
  6. erwaso's Avatar
    Nope. Once you unlock the bootloader, you can root it. Root can't be achieved on the Int'l One X without unlocking. And you don't 'need' to root to unlocl

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    Good to know thanks

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    07-19-2012 10:09 AM
  7. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    Thanks!!... Great set of instructions, appreciate your efforts!

    Just for the sake of it, can you enlighten a newbie like me and explain how to go about unlocking?
    Your welcome Chema!

    Sure

    First of all, go to htcdev.com, and sign up there. For the unlocking process you will need 3 files, which i'll send you when I get home, or you could download the entire Android SDK of like 1 gb. But forget that, I'll send you the files, they are small, less than an MB. Meanwhile signup on htcdev.com

    EDIT

    Almost forgot, go to htc.com, go to support, go to the htc one x section, and go the downloads tab, and download htc sync.

    So heres what you do till I get home.

    1) Signup on htcdev.com

    2) download and install HTC Sync, and conect your phone to it in HTC sync mode. This installs drivers.

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    07-19-2012 11:19 AM
  8. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    @all guys appreciating this, please hit the thanks button on the original post

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    07-19-2012 11:20 AM
  9. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    Good to know thanks

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    Anytime

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    07-19-2012 11:21 AM
  10. Iamdunne's Avatar
    Can anyone confirm if this works for the AT&T version?

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    07-20-2012 06:28 AM
  11. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    Can anyone confirm if this works for the AT&T version?

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    If your bootloader is unlocked, I'm 99% sure it'll work.

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    07-20-2012 08:47 AM
  12. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    Can anyone confirm if this works for the AT&T version?

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    Just make a nandroid and try

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    07-20-2012 08:48 AM
  13. Iamdunne's Avatar
    If your bootloader is unlocked, I'm 99% sure it'll work.

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    If I am not mistaken htc hasn't allowed that yet... Though I am no phone expert

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    07-20-2012 08:41 PM
  14. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    If I am not mistaken htc hasn't allowed that yet... Though I am no phone expert

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    The AT&T One X's bootloader can be unlocked. Try it and then flash the SuperSU Zip, but make a nandroid backup before doing so

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    07-21-2012 02:42 PM
  15. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    A bump.

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    08-27-2012 10:10 AM
  16. dukeblue91's Avatar
    Will this still work if you updated to ICS 4.0.4?
    08-27-2012 12:31 PM
  17. opec's Avatar
    I need to figure out how to unroot so I can get the update. Do you know of any unroot methods?
    08-27-2012 01:16 PM
  18. bkorver's Avatar
    If you are already rooted it might be easier to flash a boot.img and a custom Rom based on the update.

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    08-27-2012 07:58 PM
  19. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    Will this still work if you updated to ICS 4.0.4?

    If your downloader is unlocked, yes it will!




    I need to figure out how to unroot so I can get the update. Do you know of any unroot methods?

    Yes I do. To unroot, and return to a stock ROM, and relock your bootloader, follow these steps (For the international Quad Core One X)

    1) Download the corresponding RUU for your device (Google it) Maske Sure it's the Correct RUU, the wrong one could ruin your device!

    2) Run this fastboot command:
    Code:
    fastboot oem lock

    3) Run the RUU

    4) Be patient, though If the RUU is stuck at 'sending' for more than 20 mins, disconnect your phone, reboot into fastboot mode, and then re run the RUU (ROM Update utility).

    *Disclaimer* I do not take responsibility for anything that happens, though I have tried this method (including the RUU re run) and it worked for me!


    If you are already rooted it might be easier to flash a boot.img and a custom Rom based on the update.

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    Yep but he wanted stock, so you can use the above mentioned steps

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    08-27-2012 09:21 PM
  20. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    Added link for instructions to install custom recovery in OP

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    08-27-2012 09:25 PM
  21. ryane84's Avatar
    How can i return to stock gingerbread on my razor max if it has ics on it

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    08-27-2012 09:37 PM
  22. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    How can i return to stock gingerbread on my razor max if it has ics on it

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    Hey,
    I'd love to help, but I have an HTC, no Motorola device

    But as Far as I know, you can't downgrade (I.e, go from ICS-GB) but you can return to stock ICS.

    However, since I'm experienced in this, I could do a but of research, and tell you how to do it

    Message me on Google Talk, I PM'd you my email ID, we can discuss it in GTalk

    Sent from my HTC One X using Android Central Forums
    08-27-2012 09:40 PM
  23. thedroidfanatic's Avatar
    BUMP

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    11-10-2012 04:57 AM
  24. Maxime Meunier's Avatar
    i have a problem because when i select recovery my phone shut down and nothing after this .... do you now what is the problem ... (my bootlaoder show ***tampered***)
    03-25-2013 02:18 PM
  25. DreamDrop's Avatar
    I signed up just to say how smooth my recovery flashing and rooting went! Thanks alot man! Now how do I flash a custom ROM?
    07-19-2013 04:14 PM
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