Download Jellybean 4.1.1 ROM for HTC one X
Build 30 (boot.img updated)
Rebased/merged in changes from android-4.1.1_r3 (JRO03H)
Wifi Hotspot fixed (Lord Clockan, tbalden)
pollyd no longer survives airplane mode, sets initial call volume correctly (pab)
Switch the build server to using 'squisher' (optimizes zip file output)
Add custom power HAL to control cpu frequencies better (mdeejay)
Build #29 (boot.img updated)
Update kernel + modules to 1.29.401.7
Update prebuilt binaries to 1.29.401.11
Enhanced in call noise suppression (Mike Grissom, Cyanogenmod)
Finished pollyd, in call volume now working correctly (pab)
Kernel crash when placing a call with headset is now resolved
Replace Superuser with SuperSU
Phone: In call echo fixed (Mostly, there's still a faint echo, but very manageable)
Framework: Fixed Unity games touch input (Without patching kernel - You're safe to flash whatever custom kernel you want without breaking stuff)
Radio: Some experimental stuff that may improve signal, or fix radio for those with issues
Experimental fix for this issue
Camera: Added support for up to 8MP
Fixed front facing camera
Fixed video recording format
Radio: Corrected network status indicator
Vendor: Added Stk package
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How to Upgrade ICS 4.0 to JellyBean 4.1 on HTC One X
We’ll begin by unlocking your Bootloader. Speaking from personal experience I can tell you that HTC will still honor their hardware warranty even after you do this (Though they’ll kick up a bit of a fuss about it), but if you do happen to brick your phone (With a bad flash somehow) then you’re basically on your own. You’re in luck though because it’s pretty tough to permanently brick your phone, and following this guide will go a long way towards helping. That said I obviously take no responsibility for anything that goes wrong etc…
YOUR DATA WILL BE WIPED! FULLY! EVERYTHING! Including whats in /mnt/sdcard!
(The FULL wipe occurs when you unlock your Bootloader, on any phone. If your bootloader is already unlocked then the /mnt/sdcard contents will likely be kept)
That said, the process isn’t that scary and we’re here to hold your hand
Before we begin, now is a good time to backup your SMS messages using SMS Backup & Restore: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...SBackupRestore
So make sure that you take your SMS Backup XML file and copy it to your PC!!
Now, first of all, you need to go through the HTC registration process by clicking on “Register” at the *very* top-most part of the screen ( http://www.htcdev.com/register/ ). This is a *must* because HTC will email you the unlock code for your phone.
Once you’ve gone through the registration process, we’re going to unlock your Bootloader by going to HTCdev - Unlock Bootloader (Or go to htcdev.com and click “Unlock Bootloader” and then “Get Started”).
Select your Supported Device on the right-hand side as “All Other Supported Models”.
It’s going to tell you to download the SDK and things. Don’t bother, it’s a pain and takes forever, and you really only need a couple of files from it. Instead, grab this:
They’re just the essential files needed to run adb and fastboot.
Extract them and use them when it references adb and fastboot.
Follow through all the steps to unlock your Bootloader (You’re going to need a valid email address coz it emails you a file to unlock your phone).
I won’t go through it here, as HTC do a pretty damn fine job of guiding you step-by-step. Again, I’ll just say that you need to follow through their steps provided at HTCdev - Unlock Bootloader
Once you’ve got your Bootloader unlocked, it’ll start rebooting into the standard firmware and you’ll be greeted with the setup process again.
If you wanna go through it, that’s cool, basically just skip *everything* and turn on USB Debugging
NOTE: For Linux, you run something by typing ./adb or ./fastboot whereas in Windows you just type adb or fastboot (When in the same directory). I’ve written the guide presuming you’re in Windows but I’m using Linux myself in the screenshots.
Open a terminal / command prompt and find your extracted adb / fastboot files. You want to run:
If you don’t see your device, then make sure you’ve got USB Debugging turned on.
Now before we proceed we’re going to copy the firmware across. You can do this by using copy / paste, or use adb as I’m about to show you
Put the gapps and the ROM .zip file into the same directory as your adb files and run:
adb push tg_endeavoru-ota-30.zip /sdcard/tg_endeavoru-ota-30.zip
adb push gapps-jb-20120726-signed.zip /sdcard/gapps-jb-20120726-signed.zip
(Again, my screenshot is slightly different because I’m running Linux)
You won’t see a progress indicator until its done. If the cursor is flashing, that’s good, means it’s copying:
Then later becomes (When it’s finished copying):
This will copy the ROM and the GApps across to your phone ready to be flashed!
Now, on your PC, open up the firmware file (In this case it’s tg_endeavoru-ota-30.zip) and you’ll see a “boot.img” file. Extract that one fileand place that into the same directory as your adb and fastboot files. This is the Kernel file that has to manually be flashed at the moment due to restrictions from HTC.
Now comes the juicy part of the flashing!
You should have the boot.img file extracted, and both files pushed across to your phone successfully. Now we’ll restart your phone into the Bootloader using:
Your phone will now restart and you should be greeted with a nice mostly white screen:
From here you want to now switch to using the “fastboot” command rather than adb. Fastboot is used while you’re in the bootloader.
Start by running:
fastboot flash boot boot.img
This tells it to flash the /boot partition with the boot.img file that you extracted from the ROM earlier. You should see a nice confirmation on your PC screen, but nothing on your phone screen at this point in time:
Next you want to run:
fastboot erase cache
We’re about to boot into Recovery to do the flashing of the firmware, however first of all we’re going to need to flash the custom recovery.
Download ClockworkMod Recovery (Touch) from here: http://download2.clockworkmod.com/re...-endeavoru.img
Save that to the same directory as your adb / fastboot files and then run:
fastboot flash recovery recovery-clockwork-touch-220.127.116.11-endeavoru.img
Recovery is FLASHED!
Next, on your phone use your Power button to choose “HBOOT”. It should already be highlighted on HBOOT, but if not, use the Vol-Up / Vol-Down keys to select it.
You’ll see a few “Failed to open…” flick past, that’s fine, always happens, don’t worry. They’ll disappear off your screen in a flash and you should now see:
This screen looks similar, but is *slightly* different.
Push Vol-Down once to highlight “Recovery” and then the Power button to go into recovery.
You should now be greeted by ClockworkMod Touch Recovery:
Select “install zip from sdcard” then “choose zip…” and scroll right down to the very bottom and select your ROM:
You then want to repeat the whole process with the Gapps!
Once you’ve done that, your screen should look like this:
Both have installed successfully. Simply hit “Go Back” a few times to go back and then hit “Reboot now”.
Your system should reboot and you’ll now see the lovely Nexus boot animation if you’re using the tg-endeavoru Jellybean AOSP ROM:
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