Android 4.0.4 and Sense 4.1 arrive for Mister Mo's HTC One X

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HTC404-Sense41 Update notification

Two weeks ago, HTC announced an update pushing out Android 4.0.4 and Sense 4.1 out to the HTC One X. I have been waiting to get this on my device, and it finally arrived today.

The update notification says that its a 148.13 MB Over-The-Air process and brings the following improvements:

– optimization of the performance of the built-in web browser
– enhancements to image quality of the camera
– smoother homescreen animations via Sense UI 4.1
– updated notification bar.

Other improvements that HTC announced include:
– ability to remap the function of the ‘recent app’ key
– expect enhancements to memory
– Single Sign-On for Facebook allowing user access across applications and browsers
– upgrades to Beats audio

I have downloaded and installed the update, and it was a flawless process. For now, there is no visual indication that anything has happened to my phone. As soon as I have explored the updated device some more, I will publish my thoughts.

PS: In the meantime, this is hoping that the One X gets Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. No?

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2 comments

  1. These OEMs should be pushing out Jelly Bean updates by now not ICS.
    Can’t wait to get JB on my SGS2, but i hope that would reduce the number of startup apps like the rubbish IM app that i dont need

  2. Can’t wait to get JB on my SGS2, but i hope that
    would reduce the number
    of startup apps like the
    rubbish IM app that i dont
    need

    if you take the ROOT, you can uninstall all the dross.

    But unless they are decimating your data, I wouldn’t worry about those apps popping up randomly …

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