CyanogenMod 9 released for Sense-less HTC One X
I’ve been playing with the HTC One X for the past couple of weeks and switching between the Sense 4.0 skinned Android device and the Galaxy Nexus, which we’ve reviewed here, I often crave for the latter’s stock Ice Cream Sandwich experience. Don’t get me wrong, HTC has done some great work with its widgets, customizable dock and lockscreen and social integration, but you can’t beat the crave for those stock Android 4.0 neon-blues, especially on such a lovely 4.7-inch display.
There are already a number of custom ROMs for the One X, some with Sense and others without, but what about the most popular aftermarket rom of all, CyanogenMod. Well a developer has ported the latest CyanogenMod 9 (CM9) build to the Tegra 3 bearing HTC One X and released it to the public.