Droid Daily 1/18/13: HTC Butterfly, HTC One X+, Android 4.1.2, and More

January 18, 2013 - Written By Alexander Maxham

With Tons of Android News coming out every hour is near impossible to write about it all but we want to make sure you don’t miss a thing! So everyday we offer a quick view of stories that did not make our front page top news and give you some extra reading, so you can get your Droid on!

Did a Sprint One SV Just pass through the FCC?


An HTC device just hit the FCC with Sprint bands and branding on it. The specs are almost identical to the HTC One SV that’s on Cricket. Could we be seeing the HTC EVO SV for Sprint soon?

Google removes a couple Offensive Apps from the Play Store


Today, Google removed a couple of offensive and racist apps from the Play Store. Those included the “Make me Asian” and “Make me Indian” apps. They are shown above, and they are pretty racist.

Android 4.1.2 Available for the Galaxy Note 2


According to TELUS’ website, Android 4.1.2 is now available for the Galaxy Note 2. But it doesn’t look like anyone is receiving it yet. Let us know if you’ve received it yet.

Verizon Galaxy Note 2 Gets Updated


Yes, Verizon actually pushed an update, its gotta be a miracle! It looks like the Galaxy Note 2 update is mostly a bug fixer, and a fix for the Exynos exploit. Since there’s no changelog, it’s hard to tell.

Android 4.2 Getting Ready for the HTC One X+?


According to reports, HTC is getting Android 4.2 for the HTC One X+. But when will we see it? Well international users will probably get it very soon, but AT&T users will be waiting a few more months.

HTC Butterfly Launching in India


According to reports, the HTC Butterfly is due to be launching in India later this month. So soon the 5-inch, 1080p beast will be available in a few more markets. Wonder how well it’ll do?