Holding the Pole position in the 2012 quad core flag march, the HTC One X holds more to it’s name than almost any of it’s competitors in any scenario. While the latest firmware of the 2012 Taiwanese Flagship is still stuck to the elderly Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, we’ve got this special bit of news for all the owners of the device. It has been only a few days since the Android 4.2.2 OTA has started to seed to the 2012 family of Nexus devices and now we have this Android 4.2.2 AOSP based Custom ROM for your HTC One X/Endeavor. The CarbonROM is a set of off-market firmware based on the latest that is currently seeding out from the Google facility and that’s Android 4.2.2 for you!
[box_light]Before you proceed with the installation, we recommend you to backup all data on your phone. To make backups easily, you can read our complete backup guide. If you do not have device drivers installed, you can download them here. We are not responsible for any damage your device might face with this guide – the chances in this case are very less though.[/box_light]
Steps to Install Android 4.2.2 AOSP Carbon Custom ROM on HTC One X:
- Download the file from here.
- Connect your Phone to the Computer via USB Cable and copy the flashable zip file to your internal sdcard which is the /sdcard/ folder.
- Disconnect your device from the PC and turn it off.
- Boot your device into ClockworkMod Recovery mode.
- Make a nandroid backup in the recovery mode so that you can revert back if you wish to.
- Select the option to apply an update zip, and select the zip file you copied to the internal sd card.
- Flash the zip file.
- Go back and select “Reboot system now”.
If you’re done with that, you are all set to enjoy the latest from the droid facility skinned in a new fashioned UI! Hold on till the phone boots up properly and wait a minute for it to get stabilized as the first boot may take a bit longer than usual.
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