You've got to feel a little bit sorry for HTC at the moment. It just can't seem to shake off the bad press it keeps getting over issues with the HTC One X.
First, it was the battery and now there are complaints surfacing that the company's flagship device is suffering from issues connecting to Wi-Fi.
According to grumbles over on the XDA Developers forum, you can render the wifi totally useless or quell it to the extent it rinses the battery by holding your handset in a 'death grip' - in the same way iPhone 4 users were able to magically make their mobile signal disappear in days gone by.
All you have to do is gently squeeze the side back of your phone, between the camera lens and the volume buttons and see if it makes a difference. A positive result means you may have a fault.
Luckily, we have one we made earlier right here. Well, we didn't make it but a contact at HTC has loaned us a One X to play with for a few weeks and we have to say we have absolutely no issues with this unit which is running the latest FW.
In fact, we've asked a few pals with the phone to try it too and none have reported issues suggesting that this may be a localised issue. Apparently HTC is aware of the 'issue' and is on it. So all good. Let us know if you have a One X and if it's affecting you below.