India is not at all like the US when it comes to national roaming which is charged, and is actually quite expensive. Therefore, handsets which are equipped for having dual SIMs have turned out to be exceptionally popular. This is very helpful especially for people who travel across the country. Unfortunately, there are a lot of mid-to-top end gadgets in the double-SIM class. This has caused the Taiwanese company, HTC Corporation, to issue the HTC Desire S double- SIM handsets.
The specifications of the HTC Desire S phone are as follows:
- 4″ WVGA video display
- 480×800 resolution
- 1Ghz ARM Cortex – A5 CPU
- 4GB interior storage, flexible via micro SD card
- 5MP back camera with LED flash
- Android 4.0 with HTC Sense 4.0 out of the box
- 1650 mAh battery
Rooting the HTC Desire S
- Download and install the complete Android SDK or just fast boot from your OS.
- Transfer the following files.
- Down loadInterimClockworkMod or CWM Touch Recovery to the fastboot folder consisting of the SDK files.
- Allow your device to be debugged.
- Now link your One X to your PC through USB.
- The next step for you is to shut down your HTC One X. As soon as it is completely switched off, press and clasp Volume Down + Power push buttons together so as to regain recovery.
- Next open a terminal application program and key in the following command to see your gadget flashing:
- Reboot your phone.
- Hold the same key combination so that your gadget reboots in ClockworkMod form.
- Obtain an android backup.
- Follow the map to set up zip from SD card.
- The final step for you now is to reboot the system from the primary menu.