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[ROOT] HTC One X AT&T 2.20 Firmware - X-Factor root exploit

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It's not working for me, dammit

/system/bin/sh: /data/local/tmp/pwn: cannot execute - Permission denied

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Yes! Finally!

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Stupid question. Will this method work on Mac?

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Well the bat file won't run obviously, but if you open up the bat and step through the commands it will work just fine.
 
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ty guys for answering
i got another question does some one got
a step by step about the flash recovery stuff cause it's really confusing
 
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So this will work with the new HBOOT as well then? Say if someone uses the 2.20 RUU or got an ATT HOXL with the updated bootloader that came with 2.20 ?

Example - I can flash the 2.20 RUU to get a "fresh start" for my phone ( I have the older hboot , unlocked with S-On, never took the 2.20 update), run this, re-unlock, and then put CM10 back on and everything will function as it does now ?

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It's not working for me, dammit

/system/bin/sh: /data/local/tmp/pwn: cannot execute - Permission denied

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Thanks a lot man, massive help!! Will get to downloading right after I charge up!!

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So this will work with the new HBOOT as well then? Say if someone uses the 2.20 RUU or got an ATT HOXL with the updated bootloader that came with 2.20 ?

Example - I can flash the 2.20 RUU to get a "fresh start" for my phone ( I have the older hboot , unlocked with S-On, never took the 2.20 update), run this, re-unlock, and then put CM10 back on and everything will function as it does now ?

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Why would you want to. Then you would have to flash boot.img separately which isn't that big of a deal but still annoying.

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