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    Phone: HTC One X (Black)
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    ROM: Android RevolutionHD 19.2, Sense 4+
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1 Thanks for this post, answered my queston. One more thing: Is there a specific fastboot command for flashing kernal image like there is for, say, boot.img i.e. fastboot flash boot boot.img?
1 Hi I hope you don't mind me piggy backing on the end of your post but I've found myself in a very similar situation. What I've done so far: I was on TMOB-005 so I downloaded the relevant file from this thread (http://forum.xda-developers....
1 Check to see if you have the latest CWM. If not then flash the new one. Once your connected you can just drag & drop from your pc. Sent from my HTC One X using xda app-developers app
1 I had the same problem once. I had to start again i.e. flash boot.img file again from fastboot and then install CM10 from CWM. HTH
1 I couldn't be happier with my hox. I would have said the same thing this time last week while running stock but now I'm on CM10 Nightly, it's even better. Also, a phone ain't *my* phone till its been in boot loop for 24hrs and a gnats gonad away...