Regardless if you’re rocking an international / unlocked HTC One X or you’re waiting patiently for your AT&& version to arrive, you will probably notice a little bit of lag while paying attention to HTC’s Sense 4.0 custom user interface running on top of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. We noticed it too with the occasion of our international HTC One X and the AT&T HTC One X reviews.

Those who are heavy tweakers/modders are probably familiar with Rosie; not a “she”, but an “it”, a mod which aims to eliminate that slight lag we told you about. As the author of the mod himself describes it, it’s “a mod that locks the frame rate during page scroll in Sense launcher”. There are to versions available: Super Smooth Rosie and Ultra Smooth Rosie, a more extreme one. If you have an international One X and the slight lag is bothering you follow the source link below to grab the mods. Remember to back up your original files you’re overwriting in case you want to revert. For more details, hit the link below.

Source: XDA-Developers

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