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8th March 2012, 07:35 PM   |  #1241  
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Rooted: Modaco: http://android.modaco.com/topic/3523...the-htc-one-x/

Wow that was fast How did even he get the device
8th March 2012, 07:46 PM   |  #1242  
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Yeah, this is a good news. I've a good feeling about this HTC. He is going to be like Leo or Desire ^^
8th March 2012, 08:23 PM   |  #1243  
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Rooted: Modaco: http://android.modaco.com/topic/3523...the-htc-one-x/

Woo!

Question is, is it hard to S-Off a HTC?

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Wow that was fast How did even he get the device

and how did he S-off?
8th March 2012, 09:14 PM   |  #1245  
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and how did he S-off?

You don't need S-Off for this rooting. He wrote a bootscript, that (I think so), reroots you phone every time.
Should I give it a look how he made it?
8th March 2012, 09:16 PM   |  #1246  
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The phone he got was already S-Off.

"Posted Today, 07:27 PM
This was developer[d] for a user with a S-OFF test phone."
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What are the black like on SLCD IPS screens? Anything close to AMOLED?

Won't be close to AMOLED. It can't be - LCD works by shifting the colour of a constant light. You can't selectively turn it off*.

There is some confusion about the display, though - I've seen several sources refer to it as an IPS display, but S-LCD is historically a brand name that applies to *VA screens. I believe it's a Samsung-Sony venture, and their TVs all have *VA panels.
If it's a VA panel, expect better blacks and contrast ratio when compared against the iPhone (or any other IPS display), but inferior viewing angles and colour accuracy. The difference should mostly be negligible tho.

Thems the cliff notes.

*well, technically, you can, via LED backlighting. But not on a pixel-level.
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Won't be close to AMOLED. It can't be - LCD works by shifting the colour of a constant light. You can't selectively turn it off*.

There is some confusion about the display, though - I've seen several sources refer to it as an IPS display, but S-LCD is historically a brand name that applies to *VA screens. I believe it's a Samsung-Sony venture, and their TVs all have *VA panels.
If it's a VA panel, expect better blacks and contrast ratio when compared against the iPhone (or any other IPS display), but inferior viewing angles and colour accuracy. The difference should mostly be negligible tho.

Thems the cliff notes.

*well, technically, you can, via LED backlighting. But not on a pixel-level.

I wish the black on the LCD 2 will be like the amoled one!

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You don't need S-Off for this rooting. He wrote a bootscript, that (I think so), reroots you phone every time.
Should I give it a look how he made it?


Actually you do need s-off / HTCdev unlocked bootloader

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This superboot image is created after a user request for 'testing' One X devices. It should work on any retail One X device with S-OFF or a HTCdev unlocked bootloader. I will update it for retail devices (if required) in due course.

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Won't be close to AMOLED. It can't be - LCD works by shifting the colour of a constant light. You can't selectively turn it off*.

There is some confusion about the display, though - I've seen several sources refer to it as an IPS display, but S-LCD is historically a brand name that applies to *VA screens. I believe it's a Samsung-Sony venture, and their TVs all have *VA panels.
If it's a VA panel, expect better blacks and contrast ratio when compared against the iPhone (or any other IPS display), but inferior viewing angles and colour accuracy. The difference should mostly be negligible tho.

Thems the cliff notes.

*well, technically, you can, via LED backlighting. But not on a pixel-level.

mate the article on gsmarena showed the exact same grid as the LG IPs panel, also obvious in all photos view angles are perfect

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