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I’m quite certain HTC One X users might be able to recall the leaked Jelly Bean ROM which was doing it’s rounds around the internet quite some time ago. The HTC variant of the leak came during a time when we were seeing various versions of Jelly Bean being leaked for the Samsung Galaxy S III, but unfortunately, the fact that it was classified as being for developers only was enough to stop the majority from going down the route of flashing it to their own HTC devices.

If you don’t classify yourself as an advanced Android tinkerer, but still want to experience what the Jelly Bean leak has to offer, then as usual the hard working Android community has taken steps to make things that little bit easier. A member of the popular XDA Developers forums has taken the time to create a script that removes the heartache that comes attached to this installation. The tool that is offered free of charge by the developer dramatically simplifies the installation process of the leak but also allows users to return to a stock installation with minimal fuss.

HTC One X Jelly Bean

As well as simplifying the Jelly Bean leak installation process, the script also offers additional features such as locking and unlocking the device’s bootloader, flashing ClockworkMod recovery and displaying the CID of the device in question. The script usage process is being classified as quite simple to use, but it is worth noting that it is only compatible with a select number of CIDs, a list of which is provided on the original thread of the developer’s post.

The script will definitely prove helpful and a priceless resource to those who are desperate to get their hands on Jelly Bean, but for those who don’t have a compatible device, then unfortunately this one will have to pass you by at the moment. For detailed instructions on the process and to download all of the requires files that are required head on over to the information thread. Make sure to perform a full backup on all device content before attempting to install the Jelly Bean leak, as it’s always better to be safe than sorry.

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