1. This tutorial is intended only for the HTC One VX. Using the same steps on a different device may end up producing undesired outcomes.
2. The information provided here is for educational and instructional purposes only and thereís no guarantee that it will work under specific and unique circumstances.
3. Use this tutorial at your own risk, we wonít be held responsible if something happens to your smartphone after using the information provided in the tutorial.
4. Make sure you read the entire tutorial before you proceed!
5. Rooting the HTC One VX will cause it to lose its warranty, so proceed only if youíre absolutely certain about this. You can however reinstate your warranty provided that you unroot the smartphone.


1. Root Package.
2. USB Cable.

Rooting the HTC One VX

1. Save the Root Package to your PC.
2. Extract the files of the Root Package to any folder on your PC.
3. On your device, turn ON the USB debugging option. To do so go, from the Home screen go to Menu -> Settings -> Developer -> Options -> USB debugging.
4. Then turn off your smartphone.
5. Reboot it into Fastboot mode. You can do this by holding down the Volume Down and Power buttons at the same time.
6. When youíre inside Fastboot, connect the HTC One VX to your computer via the USB cable.
7. Open Command Prompt on your Desktop. To do so hold down the Shift key -> right click an empty area on the desktop and select Open command window here.
8. Then, in the Command Prompt Window, type in the following code lines: fastboot flash boot boot.img
9. Once itís done with that code line, type in the following: fastboot reboot
10. Your HTC One X will then reboot. When it boots up again, type in the next code: adb remount
11. Then you have to enter the next commands one-by-one in the Command Prompt Window, so pay attention. You need to press Enter after each line you type:

adb push Superuser.apk /system/app/
adb push su /system/xbin/
adb shell mkdir /system/bin/.ext
adb push .su /system/bin/.ext/
adb shell chmod 6755 /system/xbin/su
adb shell chmod 6755 /system/bin/.ext/.su
adb shell chmod 777 /system/bin/.ext
adb shell ln -s /system/xbin/su /system/bin/su
adb reboot

12. Your HTC One VX will then reboot in normal mode.
13. As soon as it boots up, you can open the Superuse app located in the App Drawer.
14. Then tap Update binaries and the app will do the rest of the work.
15. And this is pretty much it! You device should be successfuly rooted.

Many thanks to the original developers for the tips!

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