Good news developers and end-users, if you’ve gotten your hands on the HTC One X or if you were planning to, it seems that HTC has officially released the source code for the device. Unfortunately it seems that the source code is for the Tegra 3 quad-core version of the One X, so for those of you planning on getting the dual-core Snapdragon S4 version on AT&T’s network, you will have to turn to other channels and means to get the source code for your version of the device. If you fancy yourself a developer or if you’d like to take a peek under the hood, the source code is available for download via HTC’s website and is 111MB in size. In any case thanks to the release of the official source code, end-users should be able to look forward to some interesting custom ROMs and mods for your phone.
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