The HTC One X+ has been available for a few weeks, but until now there was no way to generate custom kernels for the ultra-fast quad-core smartphone. HTC has rectified that potential issue for custom ROM creators and has made the kernel source available for all to use and peruse.
Hopefully the Android 4.1 kernel source will bring developers closer to building a stable version of CyanogenMOD 10.1, though there are already plenty of custom ROMs available, based on Sense 4+, for the TELUS One X+.
We rated the One X and One X+ as number three in our Best Smartphones for Canadians 2012. If you haven’t already, read our review.
Source: HTC Dev Center
Via: Android Police