Safely root your HTC One VX

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Four Steps to Rooting Your HTC One VX

How To Root HTC One VX

Download Android Root

Download and install One Click Root onto your PC

Connect Your Device

Connect your Android to your computer using a standard USB cable

Enable USB Debugging

Open ‘Developer Options’
and enable USB debugging

Run One Click Root

Run One Click Root and let the software do the rest.


Install apps normally restricted by your carrier! Enjoy thousands of restricted apps from the Play Store and other sources.


Install Custom ROMs like CyanogenMod® and more! You can even install the latest version of Android before everyone else.


Get access to features like, slow motion video, PhotoSphere, and NFC mobile payments as soon as they are released.


Add 4 or more hours of battery life by installing battery-saving apps like Greenify.


Speed up your Android device by removing unnecessary bloatware. Easily increase available RAM and CPU.


Companies charge as much as $50 per month for Wi-Fi tethering. Rooting lets you enable tethering while avoiding costly fees.

How to root the HTC One VX

Step 1) Download One Click Root and install it on your PC, Mac, or Linux computer
Step 2) Move to your HTC One VX and enable USB debugging from the settings menu
Step 3) Connect your HTC One VX to your computer via USB cable
Step 4) Run the One Click Root software and wait for the rooting process to be completed

The HTC One VX was released in 2012 alongside a number of other mid-range devices. Unlike it’s cousin, the HTC One SV, the VX has a 4.5 inch display. The SV on the other hand has a slightly smaller 4.3 inch display. The display resolution of the VX is 540 x 960 to make up for the increase in screen size so the overall pixel density is almost the same between both devices. In terms of inner hardware and software, the HTC One VX is almost identical to the HTC One SV. For example, just like SV, the HTC One VX is powered by a Snapdragon S4 Plus. The S4 Plus includes a 1.2GHz dual core processor and an Adreno 305 GPU. There is 1GB of RAM to handle tasks too, but most of the graphical processing will be done by the CPU and GPU combo. 1GB of RAM is still enough for most tasks on the Android operating system but the outdated Snapdragon S4 Plus is a little limited in performance.

Fortunately if you root your HTC One VX you can monitor your CPU and RAM performance and increase the clock rate of your CPU to improve how it handles it’s work load. Being able to overclock your CPU and monitor your RAM and CPU data in real time is something that can only be done on a rooted smartphone. For the most part these performance features also require a custom ROM to work. Fortunately there are a number of custom ROMs that can be installed via a number of popular Android modding communities, such as the XDA Developers forum or MoDaCo.

Another drawback of the HTC One VX is it’s limited internal storage space. With just 8GB of internal memory, some of which is taken up by the operating system, you’re really limited with what you can install onto the HTC One VX. As the average file size of an Android application has grown and access to media and content has become easier, 8GB of storage space just doesn’t cut it. You can insert a 32GB microSD card into the HTC One VX but this is the highest amount of extra storage space the device will take. If you are struggling with storage space on the HTC One VX, rooting your device can also help you out. Firstly by rooting your smartphone you have the option to install a custom ROM that could take up a lot less space than the HTC Sense UI does. Secondly, if you don’t want to install a custom ROM, you can still uninstall any bloatware that came with your device. Unlike on an unrooted device, it’s possible to uninstall every application on the HTC One VX one it has been rooted. Just make sure you don’t uninstall any important system apps.

To root the HTC One VX, all you need to do is follow the guide we have provided above. There are four very easy steps to follow and once you have completed them your HTC One VX will be unlocked. Unlocking the VX is easy to do and with our One Click Root software you won’t have a single thing to worry about.

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Still not convinced about rooting your Android phone, tablet or e-reader?

You’ve probably seen online guides and other rooting apps that claim to root your android device in one click. One Click root is far more user friendly, supports a larger variety of devices, and includes several fail safes. We also provide full technical support via chat and phone. You’ll never feel confused and we’ll assist you every step of the way so you never feel confused or stuck.


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Root Android

Free Wifi tethering, the latest Android, and longer battery life

UnRoot Android

Don’t like rooted Android? We can unroot your device with one click.

Repair Android

We can fix most Android related problems

Install ROMs & MODs

Installing ROMs can be difficult and complicated. We simplify it.

Install Root Apps

We’ll help you install ‘root-only’ apps on your newly rooted phone.

Remove Bloatware

Speed up your device and free up space by uninstalling bloatware.

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in addition to rooting your android device. We guarantee that your data will remain safe when we root, unroot, or repair your Android device.
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