I have been using this phone since last 2 years and no complains at all.THe touch is still smooth but the battery drains faster when using wifi.Dropped this phone several time but no scratch at all.
Hi guyyss... I'm using this phone for 4 years and I'm sooo contended of it .. I'm loving it .. it still hasn't got any problems.. The one and only problem was the battery i had to replace it with other :D
Someone should please help me, my Wi-Fi stop working after factory reset. Now I can't share or connect to others
My wifi and Bluetooth says error and they do not work at all...I need some help on this problem ASAP
hans remington13, 20 Jan 2016HELP me factory reset and i can't find my files ?when u factory reset it wipes all your data
Mine Is Rooted With Android 5.0.2 Works Great With My SIM Card and I Hope For A Good Marshmallow ROM Soon Too
Mine is now useless because it becomes very hot after using for some time.........the sim slot cannot recognize the SIM,......and the network goes off when you go to remote areas
do not buy. my HTC started sending error reports and now its useless. Keeps reatrting after every 45 seconds. No global support as well
Jake Derrick, 20 Jan 2016Please mine is lock.forgotten my pattern too. unfortunately too my data is off i would have op... moreTry to remove the pattern lock or lock code with adb if u have ur usb debbugging enabled... 100%
Please mine is lock.forgotten my pattern too. unfortunately too my data is off i would have open with my google account.please help me out.What do i hv to do
Amazing phone that shatters many phones to this day would highly recommend to anyone looking for a good phone
I bought my One X when they were first out, in early 2012, so it came with the Beats earplugs and all the extra fittings for folk with odd shaped ears. Battery life was good while about a month ago so I replaced the battery with the higher capacity (2.1Ah vs 1.8Ah) one intended for the One X+ and now the thing lasts for around two days, switched off each night, on a single charge against the one day at the same pattern of usage on the original battery.
Genuine new battery was under £10 (allow a couple of Pound for the required plastic plectrums and the tiny Philips screwdriver if you don't already have the tools for the job - which isn't hard to do) so when new handsets come with extra stuff that I actually need, then I'll think of moving it on but while then, the One X is still ahead of most of the newer entry level handsets and the high end ones have nothing necessary as we have no 4G, only Edge, so the only connection that matters is the wifi, which has always worked well.
If only they'd fitted this battery as standard once the phone was new...