AT&T Is Finally Rolling Out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean For The HTC One X


AT&T has finally gotten around to rolling out the much-anticipated Android 4.1 Jelly Bean upgrade for the HTC One X, three months after the software first landed on the international model.

Users can look forward to a whole host of enhancements with this release, including Jelly Bean’s Google Now and Project Butter, and HTC’s Sense 4+ user interface.

There are also improvements to notifications — including the ability to expand them, a new countdown timer for the front-facing camera, power management enhancements, and plenty more.

You’ll also find some new AT&T apps (hooray!) including Locker, a cloud-based storage solution; DriveMode, and Messages, which displays all of your incoming notifications in one inbox.

The update is rolling out over-the-air, so you should receive a notification when it’s ready to download to your device. If you’d rather not wait and you’d like to search for it manually, you can do so from within the Settings menu.

If you don’t see it straight away, don’t worry; sometimes it takes a little while to reach every user. But rest assured it’s on its way.