Some users of the HTC One X are reporting that they are having problems connecting to Wi-Fi networks. AndroidGuys is reporting that an Xda-Developers member, bigoliver, has discovered that the One X has several Wi-Fi issues that either drastically affects the battery life of the device or renders it impossible to connect to Wi-Fi networks. To determine if your device is affected by this problem, “gently squeeze the side back of your phone, between the camera lens and the volume buttons, if your WIFI signal strength improves only to drop back down when you stop squeezing then you have this common fault.” If your device has this “Wi-Fi connectivity issue,” you can either exchange your device or you can try bigoliver’s extremely complicated fix that you can find here. A word to the wise: exchange your device as bigoliver even backed away from attempting the fix as it involves a soldering iron and duct tape. Now, for the good news and the worse news: HTC is aware of the problem but there is no word on if or when an official fix might be coming.