HTC One X Receiving Jelly Bean Update On O2 UK


If you’re living in the United Kingdom and own one of HTC’s One X’s on O2’s network, you have a tasty treat awaiting you, as the device is now receiving the Jelly Bean update. This has been confirmed by HTC UK on their Twitter account. As usual, the update is being pushed out in batches, so if you don’t have it just yet, don’t worry, as it shouldn’t be too long of a wait! As is standard, to check if you’ve gotten the update head on over to Settings > About > Software Updates > Check Now. If you have access to it a notification will pop up.

Before downloading the update, you may want to connected to Wi-Fi network as the update is a massive 365MB in size. As you might have seen already, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean brings awesome features like Google Now and Project Butter to increase performance.¬†Additionally, the update also brings the One X to the latest version of HTC’s Sense software, which is commonly known as Sense+.

Now One X users in the United Kingdom can finally relax for a moment now that they have Jelly Bean. Surely One X users in the UK will be in anticipation again tomorrow though, as there will no doubt be hopes of an update to Android 4.2 in the near future.

Are you one of the lucky users who were able to get the update? Let us know how you’re liking the sticky goodness of Jelly Bean in the comments section below!

source: HTC UK Twitter
via: Android Central

One Reply to “HTC One X Receiving Jelly Bean Update On O2 UK”

  1. The new update is great the phone feels mega fast and they for some reason changed all the green colouring to blue, which i think gives a nicer cooler feel to the user, the torch app has been updated although no torch perfomance has been issued just the app looks nicer, the gallery has been integrated with various other photo sharing apps such as facebook, skydrive and dropbox. as for anything else the game apps seem the same and although it says it improved start up and shutdown times i really noticed no difference.

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