Custom CM9 and AOKP ROMs are not reserved for select HTC One X versions (i.e. those with quad-core CPUs) any more, and now owners of AT&T’s version of the device can join the party, too. Needless to say, we’re talking about very first ROM builds, so you better be careful and have a spare device to use if something, God forbids, goes wrong.
Not everything is working out of box, including video recording. Then again if history can teach us anything, hacking community will fix this and other glitches in a record time.
In other words, we don’t advise you to push the button just yet. We do, however, want you to know that you won’t be left behind and that soon enough you’ll be able to make the HTC One X truly yours, adding custom stuff to the OS.