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Re: HTC One X Jelly Bean update - any news

Did you do a manual check?
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Re: HTC One X Jelly Bean update - any news

Yes but today only through mobile network rather then wi-fi. Can someone co.firm that update is now available in UK unbranded phones. Thanks
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Re: HTC One X Jelly Bean update - any news

I just checked on my phone still no sign of it... 

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Re: HTC One X Jelly Bean update - any news

Another manual check... still no joy...

 

*twiddles thumbs and waits patiently*

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Re: HTC One X Jelly Bean update - any news

This is getting depressing... would we get it faster if we were to switch providers?

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Re: HTC One X Jelly Bean update - any news

i think the blame is securely at HTCs door.

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Re: HTC One X Jelly Bean update - any news

Nothing to do with HTC. ALL UK carriers have been sent the final Jelly Bean update, and it is down to them to push it through to the customers. O2 are known to be quite slow with rolling out carrier branded Android updates (anybody remember the wait for the Samsung Galaxy S Froyo update, which Samsung released 3 months prior to it coming to the O2 handsets???).

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Re: HTC One X Jelly Bean update - any news

In that case, I should be getting the updated once I insert another Sim in my unbranded HOX?

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Re: HTC One X Jelly Bean update - any news

I've had it confirmed by a mate that his unbranded HOX got JB yesterday CID HTC 00_1.

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Re: HTC One X Jelly Bean update - any news

Yeah... the initial delay was with HTC after they pulled the initial update, but O2 have had the current release for a bit over 2 weeks now, so anytime now would be normal for the update to be released from O2.

 

(And yeah, I remember the Samsung Galaxy S Froyo update that just never came until it was too late... that was what made me root my Android phone and install a non-branded ROM.)

So far... I've been happy with the speed of HTC / O2 rolling out updates. Just hope it holds up!