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[TOOL] HTC One X (Evita) All-In-One Toolkit V3.0.1 [7-7-2013] [PERM ROOT][Noob-Proof]

24th October 2012, 03:59 PM |#21  
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Added this to my Index thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1671237

Don't think this is what you mean in the top post when you say "don't post elsewhere". But just wanted to make sure. Let me know if there is a problem with this.

That's completely fine. This is what I mean

http://www.forum-generationmobiles.n...proof-06092012

They copied and pasted my thread to their site to generate more traffic. People can modify what's in my toolkit (add a virus) and then people will think that I did it. That is not what I approve of.
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24th October 2012, 04:16 PM |#22  
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That's completely fine. This is what I mean

http://www.forum-generationmobiles.n...proof-06092012

They copied and pasted my thread to their site to generate more traffic. People can modify what's in my toolkit (add a virus) and then people will think that I did it. That is not what I approve of.

That's what I figured you meant. It sucks that a$$holes steal content from here. One of the many reasons I urge people to stick to XDA, as its often the original source.
24th October 2012, 07:38 PM |#23  
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Hasoon, could you please enlighten me what exactly is Perm Root? Do I need it on even if my One X was rooted and BL unlocked while still on 1.85 hboot? Thank you for very handy tool!
24th October 2012, 09:13 PM |#24  
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Hasoon, could you please enlighten me what exactly is Perm Root? Do I need it on even if my One X was rooted and BL unlocked while still on 1.85 hboot? Thank you for very handy tool!

The X-Factor Perm Root is for folks who are stuck on the 2.20 stock firmware, who never rooted or unlocked the bootloader before.

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24th October 2012, 09:41 PM |#25  
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Will this work on a 1.85 device or only 2.20?
24th October 2012, 10:47 PM |#26  
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The X-Factor Perm Root is for folks who are stuck on the 2.20 stock firmware, who never rooted or unlocked the bootloader before.

Very good, thank you, Bones, for clarifying

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25th October 2012, 03:29 AM |#27  
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When ever I try to flash TWRP to my phone it just stops at a random spot on the progress bar and stays there. I keep trying to flash TWRP but it happens every time. Could anyone know whats causing this?
25th October 2012, 04:16 AM |#28  
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Is the exploit and supercid cooked into this toolkit or do I need to do that prior to using the kit?

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25th October 2012, 06:23 AM |#29  
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Will this work on a 1.85 device or only 2.20?

Great question. Since I just also ordered another HTC One X for my wife today (knowing that I can now root it no matter what, Yay!), I'm also curious if this tool works on 1.85, so I:

#1 Backed up my data (with TWRP, then mounted the phone to the PC and copied all the SDCard folders over)
#2 Re-locked the bootloader with this tool
#3 Ran the HTC Stock 1.85 RUU Firmware to go back to factory/bone-stock 1.85 (I've never upgraded to the 2.20 firmware)
#4 Enabled USB Debugging, then opened this tool again
#5 Ran the X-Factor Exploit (on stock unrooted 1.85, just to see what happens)
#6 I didn't get the two backup authorizations on the phone or anything, just ADB 1.0.26 command-line help garbage. See screenshot

EDIT: I also just got my wife's new/refurbished HOX for $9 directly from AT&T today and it arrived with 2.20. This happened again, so this toolbox version of the script really is broken, at least on Windows 7 32-bit. Ahh well, no biggie. I was able to successfully root it by downloading the X-Factor script from the original source/sticky thread. Then I used the rest of this handy tool to unlock the bootloader and successfully flashed TWRP on.
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What happens if we don't get the CID as 11111111? I closed your script but it kept popping up -- I am scared to try it again...do I just keep at it until my CID gets switched to 1111111?
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