Android 4.1 Jelly Bean now rolling out to “international” HTC One X

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Though technically HTC One X’s Android 4.1 upgrading process started back in October, only a handful of One X users got to taste Jelly Bean until now. In fact, as far as we know, JB only came in India, Singapore and Taiwan.

Thankfully, HTC is now preparing to make a lot more of its customers happy, with Android 4.1.1 reportedly rolling out in countries like India, Argentina, UK, Russia, Dominican Republic, Peru, Brazil, and Sri Lanka. Specifically, unlocked phones with 038 and 044 CIDs in those areas are being updated, so if you’re tied up to a carrier you might be out of luck once again.

If you do end up being on the “happy list”, you should first see a 1.6 MB software package dropping by, followed closely by the much heftier main 364.54 MB Jelly Bean update. Everything should come to you OTA (over-the-air), but if you’re yet to receive an automatic prompt message encouraging you to upgrade, don’t hesitate to dive in your settings menu and perform a manual check.

Via [Slashgear]

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