HTC One X now getting Android 4.1 globally
It’s happening, folks, and it’s about time. The HTC One X is finally getting its update to Android 4.1.The folks over at HTCSource have been getting alert after alert through social networking that HTC One X’s everywhere are seeing updates. So far, they’ve confirmed India, Argentina, UK, Russia, Dominican Republic, Peru, Brazil and Sri Lanka. According to HTCSource:
…Users will first see a smaller 1.6MB download which is followed by the main 364.54MB Jelly Bean update. If you’d like to check your CID on your HTC One X, head on over to Google Play and search: CID. Most of the CID apps should work. If you have not already received the OTA update notification, you can try to manually ping HTC’s update servers by going to Settings > About > Software updates >Check now.
There you have it, folks. Head on over to your settings menu to try it out for yourself, and let us know the results in the comments.
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