HTC One X Gets The First CyanogenMod 9 Port
As you know the HTC’s “One” series smartphone’s has made its way to the market and if you’re one of those who owned this highly anticipated Android quad-core-based One X handset which was preferred by the most popular fashion designer and photographer who recommended to have one for its high quality camera. While all of you those who have it gets a good news that the Cyanogenmod port has released for your desired Android smartphone.
This early CyanogenMod 9 ROM released offering a user experience that isn’t too far from the original stock Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. The HTC One X has just got the new CyanogenMod 9 port, which is an unofficial port means unstable yet, but on the device most of the tings working fine though.
The majority of the HTC’s One X features will seamlessly work with the CM9 including the mobile network, making and receiving calls and data plus sending/ receiving SMS works along with the Bluetooth and Bluetooth tethering, plus WiFi and hardware video decoder as well.
After installation, porting CyanogenMod 9 on HTC One X the stunning camera along with WiFi hotspot seeing some issues, but works fine with other tethering features.
Before you get installed CM9 onto your Android device, you’ve to note that the developer would have remapped the HTC One X’s hardware buttons. Means the multitasking button now functions as the Android-based “Menu” button. Before you run CyanogenMod 9 on your HTC One X smartphone keep in mind.
That installing custom ROMs of Android on your handset will void your smartphone’s warranty – not to mention there is always a risk behind bricking your device. So first of all Nandroid backup your HTC Android phone in any cost.
Here is the link posted on the Modaco forums, any One X owners can now flash a custom recovery and try out the CM9 ROM right away. Enjoy flashing!