HTC One S Receives 4.1.1 Jelly Bean Upgrade

HTC One S Receives 4.1.1 Jelly Bean Upgrade

Good news for HTC One S users today: many devices across all networks have been upgraded to the latest version of Android. That version is Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, and it offers a smoother UI, faster app navigation, and all sorts of other neat perks, like Google Now.

Users around the world are reporting that the HTC One S Jelly Bean upgrade rolled out to their devices earlier this morning. Although the update rollout hasn’t been pinpointed to any geographic region, it seems like more HTC One S users received the upgrade than did not receive it.

To check if your HTC One S received the update, try connecting to a wireless network or wait for a pending upgrade notification to appear in your notifications bar. If you don’t see anything, then your carrier hasn’t pushed out the upgrade yet.

Remember: the 4.1.1 upgrade is very sizable (600MB, to be exact), so be sure to connect to a wireless network if you don’t have an unlimited data plan.

Also, the HTC One X upgrade rolled out last week, so users of that phone should be able to get the update for their device without a problem.

Of course, you could have received this update a lot sooner if you had rooted your Android and installed an Android Jelly Bean custom ROM like CyanogenMod. In fact, CyanogenMod has already been updated to Android 4.2. Just saying.

By | Posted on December 28, 2012 | 1 Comment