Can You Replace the Battery on the HTC One X?

Posted: July 29, 2016 in Smart Phone

There are few things more frustrating than when the battery on your smartphone dies. You may think your HTC One X is dead but here’s the real truth. Yes, you can replace the battery and here are tips to do so successfully.

HTC Replacement Parts

Thankfully, there are HTC phone repair parts for the One X and other models of the phone available online from wholesalers such as Injured Gadgets. This particular vendor offers HTC replacement parts not only for the One X but also for the:

  • Amaze 4G
  • Aria
  • Incredible (Original, 2, 4G LTE)
  • MyTouch (3G, 4G, 4G Slide)
  • Thunderbolt 4G
  • Windows 8X
  • And more

From replacing the smartphone battery to any other HTC phone repair parts you need, like a new screen, you can find it at affordable prices at Injured Gadgets.

Replacing Your HTC One X Battery

When you open the case of your HTC or another type of smartphone, always know that you are voiding the manufacturer warranty by doing so. While the battery replacement for the One X is possible, it is a complex procedure, and we suggest you check the Injured Gadgets repair guides and use the proper tools for the process, which the wholesaler also sells at low prices.

Also, to get the internal battery, you will have to peel off the insulated compound first. The battery replacement can be done via DIY but take your time and follow reputable guides for each step.

Unfortunately, the HTC One X has been criticized for having a spotty battery life, with some users’ phones overheating and the batteries draining quickly from the mobile devices. The problem traces back to the Tegra 3 chip, which manages the power source. But, rather than buying a whole new phone, you can save money (as well as time and energy) by just replacing the battery in it.


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