All In One Toolkit With One Click Root, Flash Recovery, Reboot To Bootloader Released For HTC One X
HTC completely refreshed their whole lineup earlier this year with the One series of smartphones. The aim was to focus on a minimum number of phones so as to increase their overall quality, provide quick software updates and generally just reduce customer confusion that was created as a result of HTC releasing new smartphones every few weeks.
The One X is the flagship smartphone of this series. It has received glowing reviewers from critics and is seeing great support from the Android development and hacking community in the form of tweaks and custom ROMs.
The latest result of great community support is a very useful all in one toolkit. Check it out after the jump.
Developed by thunder07 over on popular development and hacking forums XDA-Developers, the One X One Click software for Windows is an all in one toolkit that will root, flash RUUs, kernels and recoveries, reboot phone into recovery / bootloader mode and more! It’s quite likely the only desktop program you will need for all your hacking and flashing activities.
The developer has explicitly stated the pre-requisites for using the all in one toolkit. You will need to unlock your One X’s bootloader from HTCdev.com/bootloader (choose All Other Supported Models), ClockworkMod Recovery, USB debugging enabled from Settings > Developers Tools, and Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.
Once you’ve met these pre-requisites you just connect your One X with your PC and select whatever it is that you want to do whether it’s flashing kernels, recoveries or rebooting into bootloader mode, or rooting your device with one click. The developer has mentioned additional details and instructions in the official thread which we’ve linked to at the bottom.
If you have an HTC One X and intend to make good use of all that untapped power, you owe it to yourself to get this toolkit. Just be careful to be clear on what rooting, flashing kernels / recoveries etc. means for your device. And as always, be sure to take a NANDroid backup.
To download the toolkit and for any queries, suggestions and complaints, please visit the link below.