HTC One X is undoubtedly an awesome smartphone but for all its awesomeness, AT & T is all set to ruin the vibe by imposing some boundaries. HTC’s decision to hold back the release of an official bootloader unlocking tool for One X was certainly because of AT & T’s intrusion and apart from bloatware and locking, AT & T is also clamping down the use of tethering for all those who don’t have a tethering plan.
Well luckily we’v got some help from developers mad modders. A senior developer has devised a tool that will allow users to enable HTC One X’s stock WiFi hotspot app. The only requirement for
this workaround is that you have to run AT&T’s or Rogers’ stock ROM or any other ROM that does not have this fix yet. This one-click tethering solution has already been tested and works for both WiFi and USB tethering.
We wont be responsible for any harm caused to your device during the procedure that is unlikely to happen if you follow the instructions carefully. The updation procedure is only applicable for HTC One X smartphones that are network unlocked. Do not apply it in any other models or in any other device as it might not be reversible and may harm the device by blocking it.
Your smartphone must be rooted before you proceed with the instructions. Backup
all the user data present in your phone since chances of data loss or corruption are there. Having a backup will help you to replace the lost data if any damage occurs. Follow the link posted below to easily backup and restore all your data.
Steps to Enable Tether in HTC One X:
Step-1: Download Android SDK from the Must Have section to your computer and install it in your smartphone.
Step-2: Connect your smartphone to the computer via USB Cable and download the tether 1.1 zip file from the Must Have section. Unzip the downloaded file to your computer.
Step-3: Run the tether.bat file and follow the on-screen instructions.
Thus you can easily enable tether in your HTC One X smartphone by following the instructions mentioned above carefully. This procedure lessens the burden of paying a $50 monthly data plan for tethering but AT & T can still figure out that you are doing it without paying for it.