AT&T Is Pushing Out The Android 4.2.2 Update To The HTC One X; Comes With Sense 5.0


We know it's not Kit Kat, but if you're the proud owner of an HTC One X on At&t's network, the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update that comes along with Sense 5.0 has started getting pushed out to users. While it's not the latest and greatest of Androids newest software, any update is still a good thing. We have to assume of course that there are already many of you users out there who might have already rooted your devices and perhaps loaded on a custom ROM built off of Android 4.4.2, so if that's the case, pay no mind to this update as it wouldn't do you any good. For those of you that are still running stock though, you may begin to see an update notification pop up in your status bar sometime today, and soon. There's always the chance of course that it won't pop up till sometime tomorrow or the next day, as updates are incremental and they can't really roll them out to everyone at once. So, just be on the lookout.

Aside from the two new version numbers on the software that you'll be updating to, you're One X will end up with a brand new UI, so everything feels a little more close to the HTC One, which is a nice little aesthetic change. You also get the Blinkfeed feature, which most users will probably be happy to have if they don't have it already. For those of you that are big fans of your HTC One X's camera, you'll be happy to know that the gallery has been updated, as well as the camera UI itself has been updated to give a new and more current look. There's a host of other new changes as well with this update, like an updated lock screen, updated recent apps list, the Daydream feature is now included for all your screensaver needs, an updated applications tray, updated notifications bar + quick settings, and the battery percentage notification has now been included. If you want to check out all these new features and updates to the system in full detail, you can check them out over at the HTC website. Is anyone looking forward to some of these new features for your One X?

Source: HTC|Via: Android Central

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