If you’ve got an HTC One X, you may have noticed a bit of lag when navigating around the user interface. Don’t worry, you are not the only one who’s been experiencing this problem. HTC Sense 4.0, the latest version of the Sense UI, has an issue when you scroll through the pages on the home screen. It lags or stutters, which annoys most users.
The HTC One X is one of the most amazing Android devices if you consider power and stylish design. Its attractive, smooth edges make the device look very classy and slick, not to mention that it’s in possession of a great looking touchscreen display. The device has several features to brag about, such as its powerful quad-core Tegra 3 processor, which makes it faster than most devices.
On the other hand, it also features the latest version of the Sense UI, Sense 4.0, which some users do not like even with the latest improvements that HTC has built into it. It caused a problem because the beautiful depth effects of the widgets that the UI features are quite resource-heavy, causing lags or stutters when scrolling through the homescreen, not to mention that the processor’s potential was not optimized.
Fortunately XDA Developers member hamdir was able to come up with a fix for the problem. The fix works by removing the depth effects to the widgets. There are actually two fixes, one to remove the depth effects and the other to disable it completely. Unfortunately, the fix only works for firmware versions 1.29.401.11 and 1.29.401.7.
If you want to flash this fix see the requirements and instructions below.
Congratulations! You can now enjoy a smoother HTC One X experience, eliminating that annoying lag.
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