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    Default HTC One X - Root or not?

    I've had an HOX for like two months now. At first, it was great and at one point it was giving me like up to 5 hours of screen time from 100%-10%, if I wanted to finish a season of some show or whatever, straight from full charge. Then, suddenly, it fell to like 2 hours per 100%..
    I'm trying to fix it with 30%-80% cycles.


    Anyways, I heard that rooting can let you sleep 3 out of 4 cores when you're not using them, and other tweaks like that which help battery life.

    I don't play games or do any hardcore processing-required-things. I just want a better battery life and more screen time.

    Should I root?
    [Could you please tell me if there are any big risks other than voiding the warranty?]
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    Default Re: HTC One X - Root or not?

    What your talking about doing sounds like it involves running a custom kernel and tweaking your kernel settings.

    However if you previously were obtaining good battery states/screen on times and now its dropped then I'm going to point to something that has changed in your system/setup.
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    Default Re: HTC One X - Root or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gluon2 View Post
    I've had an HOX for like two months now. At first, it was great and at one point it was giving me like up to 5 hours of screen time from 100%-10%, if I wanted to finish a season of some show or whatever, straight from full charge. Then, suddenly, it fell to like 2 hours per 100%..
    I'm trying to fix it with 30%-80% cycles.


    Anyways, I heard that rooting can let you sleep 3 out of 4 cores when you're not using them, and other tweaks like that which help battery life.

    I don't play games or do any hardcore processing-required-things. I just want a better battery life and more screen time.

    Should I root?
    [Could you please tell me if there are any big risks other than voiding the warranty?]
    Rooting should be simple and straightforward if you follow directions. It might also be the battery that is wearing down.

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