Last Updated: Sep 27,2012
I have an HTC One which i love.
Can anybody shed any light on when the upgrade to Jellybean is due?
Welcome to the forums, Stevie! :hello:
Moved this to the One X forums for more answers.
As far as I have seen because we just got the 4.0.4 update for the One X I doubt the Jelly Bean update will be around soon...
I just had a quick look from google and no one seems to have a release date as of yet...
Hope this helps
HTC has been quiet about the release of jelly beans where as Samsung has officially said next month the GS 3(international) will be receiving it. After that announcement I expected HTC to release a statement. So far nothing!
The One X+ is rumoured to be launching with JB so hopefully they have a working build somewhere and it's not too difficult to port over.
No ETA's yet though.
Apparently not until December 2012
Stevenpaul do you have a source for this? Be good to have a read
HTC have their top men working on it!
HTC One X gets Jelly Bean and Sense 4.5 ROM previewed in video
Supposedly rolling out in October according to gadget show tweet
We'll see, but hope so
Thanks for the update
For the ROM I use the dev has just posted an experimental build of a leaked JB ROM but the radio isn't working yet, I think we'll start to see some more builds very soon but it's on its way.
Soon by the looks of things.
I'm sure at&t will lag!
still haven't had 4.1
If you live in Europe & not the UK other wise it will be approx 2 weeks later
According to Drippler yesterday October is looking good for Jelly Bean on One X
My missus will have it before me then, the JB update for European S3's has started now, she'll get it within 2 weeks... bugger
Having just got over the daily checking for a sense update, we're starting all over again as of next week.
Fingers crossed that the UK isn't behind this time, but I fear it'll be November-ish before it crosses the sea.
I spoke with HTC yesterday regarding my wifi signal worsening.. 1 bar in same room as modem... He confirmed it was a known issue that would be resolved alongside the jelly bean ota before the end of September... Fingers crossed
That's bizarre, since I've just got mine back from repair after having a poor wi-fi signal. I contacted HTC via their support site, stated that I'd tried it on multiple routers, all with the latest firmware, my One X had the latest firmware, and I'd compared it with colleagues One X's (all later builds, I suspect) and they had stronger signal. I'd also compared it to other wireless devices that received excellent signal strength when I was listed as poor.
They replied with return instructions (no factory reset, no wait for OTA updates), and it was collected a few days later. In just over a week I had it back and wi-fi is now fine.
Try holding the phone facing towards you and pinching it just to the right of the camera (right hand thumb on screen, first finger against the raised part of the lens). If your wi-fi strength goes up it could potentially be a hardware issue. I also stated this in my mail to them.
I was getting low signal strength within feet of an access point and dropouts about 15 feet away. Seems OK now.
Sidenote: When it came back from HTC, the call volume was very low. Was just about to write back to them when I noticed a thread on XDA saying the speaker holes can get blocked, even if they don't look like it. People had reported solving the problem by running a squirt of canned air over the holes, pushing through them with a toothbrush or vacuum cleaning them. I can't vouch for how safe the procedure is, but making sure I'd poked every grill hole with a toothbrush bristle sorted it for me, even though it looked clean.
End of September for jelly bean? That's earlier than previously reported which was in October. Good news if it happens - though not sure if I believe it.
Interesting they also told you this would address a weak WiFi signal - most people have been reporting this as a hardware issue. Mine also has weak WiFi - so I'll cross my fingers as well
Samsung has already started releasing jb in some parts of the world. I'm hoping HTC can bet them to the punch here in the states.
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