Since their announcement last year to make unlocked devices, HTC has been providing unlock tools through their developer’s website. Users just need to register, and use the provided token to begin modding as they wish! On the contrary, some users have reported issues with the AT&T One X, stating that the unlock fails. Click through to see what HTC had to say… Below is the official statement from HTC:
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to assisting developers in unlocking bootloaders for HTC devices and we’ll continue to unlock additional devices in the future.
Looks like stubborn old AT&T is at it again. It will be interesting to see how this escalates, and how HTC will handle it. Stay tuned! Source