The HTC One X is finally in the process of receiving its update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean across the globe. The rollout is right now including only devices bought unlocked and without carrier customizations. That means that if you purchased your One X from a carrier, you may need to wait some more until the update reaches your particular device.
The update has so far made it to India, Argentina, the UK, Russia, the Dominican Republic, Peru, Brazil, and Sri Lanka, with more countries surely following shortly.
The update is of the over-the-air variety. You won’t need a computer to install it. You’ll first be offered a smaller update, weighing in at 1.6 MB, and then, after this is installed, the ‘actual’ big JB update, coming in at 364 MB.
After updating, your One X will be on software version 3.14.707.24 (Android 4.1.1, Sense 4+). If you’re impatient and the update notification hasn’t showed up on your handset, you can always manually check by going to Settings > About > Software updates and tapping on Check now.
Via HTC Source
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