Unveiled in June this year, the Nokia X2 is the Finnish company’s second crack at an Android-powered device. With a 4.3 inch IPS display, a dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, and a price tag under $200, the X2 is a device unique for its dual Windows-Android experience, with Nokia replacing any indication of Android OS with Nokia and Microsoft counterparts. Perhaps not for the wider mainstream market, the Nokia X2 is an interesting device that will definitely perk the interests of some folks. If you happen to be one of these people or have already bought one, you might want to check out Nokia X2 Tools.
Developed by XDA Forum Member Mplus, Nokia X2 Tools is a program which does two of the most important things you can do with your X2 – root it, and install the Google Play store and Google services. After you’ve connected your phone to your PC, run the program and you’ll be prompted with numerous options you can select including:
Install Nokia X2 drivers
Install/uninstall Google Play store and Google services
Boot into recovery
If you would like to check this out yourself, head over to the Nokia X2 Tools thread for more information.