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HTC One X Receives Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean

Press Release   •   Jul 17, 2012 10:30 BST

We all know that the release of the latest Android OS has been out. With this, Android Jelly Bean source code is also out now. Developers have found a way to port the said new Android OS Software through a plethora of devices in a very short span of time. Last June, the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) ROM was ported out to HTC’s current flagship the One X. Now, AOSP-build the Android 4.1.1 has been ported out to the One X by an XDA Senior Member (Tgascoigne). They say that it is a pure AOSP built. They also said that the only changes applied are the addition of the Nexus 7 boot animation, APNs, and other things required to get the program working. This is according to Tgascoigne found on xda-developers.

They also said that at this time, they only recommend this to those people who are curios enough. But as they have the complete Jelly Bean source, it made it a lot easier for them to debug and fix everything up. Now, all you have to do is to keep on checking back, says Tgascoigne.

There are a couple of features they  said to be working in the likes of internal memory usages, wi-fi, multi-touch, Global Positioning System or GPS, USB mounting, Near Field Communication or NFC, Radio, and more. The said developer claims that the radio gets connected only after the device have manually searched for network/s. Then, the signal indicator breaks with no mobile data connection. Sadly, the said issues in question relates to the camera, sound, and Google Now.

If you are curious enough about the said Android 4.1.1 (Jelly Bean) OS, all you have to do is to go online and follow steps on how to install it on your HTC One X. It is easy and simple to do.

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