One of the most powerful phones out right now is going through a difficult time right now as well. The quad-core processing beast HTC One X has had reports of users experiencing serious problems with their Wi-Fi connectivity. Not only that, the issue also affects the GPS, Bluetooth and even battery life.
A number of users have said if the area between the camera module and volume rocker is squeezed then it may result in an improved Wi-Fi signal but the problem persists when it is released.
However, an XDA Developers member, estanemi does have a solution but this part is not for the squeamish as it requires you to disassemble your HTC One X and solder a little part inside. If this is too much for you then chances are that you’re within your rights have HTC fix the issue on your behalf unless you have otherwise altered the stock ROM or Unlocked your HTC One X. If you’ve done either one then you only have the first option to choose from…..all we can say is good luck.
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“If you bought goods six months ago or less and there’s something wrong with them, the trader should accept that there was something wrong at the time of sale. Unless it’s really obvious you caused the problem yourself, the trader should offer to put things right. In practice, this usually means repairing or replacing the goods. If the trader doesn’t accept that there was something wrong with the goods when you bought them, they will have to prove this.”