09-22-2012 12:18 PM
10-15-2012 12:55 PM
I have performed factory resets multiple times to try and resolve this issue. It still keeps occuring, and is now happening almost every day.
I had a new (replacement) One X sent to me when I cracked my screen, and I am facing the same issues on this phone.
Beyond restarting my phone every few hours to make sure that I am able to receive/send texts and phone calls, I hope there is something else I can do!
10-16-2012 8:58 AM - edited 10-16-2012 8:58 AM
Its alway so odd how some people can sometimes get 3, 4, even more replacements, and still have the same (or other) problems. I'm on my 5th HTC device, and have never had to repair or exchange any of them. If they are refurbs (which they usually are, if you make a warranty exchange after the first 30 days of purchase), you may be inheriting somebody else's problems (and they don't always fix everything before sending them out as refurbs). But some of it just has to be chalked up as bad luck.
I'd exchange it again. I haven't had any such issues with my One X.
07-18-2013 8:06 AM
07-19-2013 12:20 PM
The HTC One X has a poorly designed sim tray that causes the sim card to lose good contact with the contact points in the device. Try taking the sim card out and placing a couple of layers of scotch tap on the backside of it, while trimming the edges up around the edges of card, and carefully reinsert. Inspect the sim tray very closely and if it looks bent, try to flatten it out some. I had to do this with my wife's HTC One X and she hasn't had any problems since. The key is to get a nice snug fit with the sim card, but be careful of putting to much tape or the tray and card will get stuck in the phone.
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