If you’re an HTC One S owner, you’ve probably felt incredibly frustrated. The Jelly Bean update came out for the international model ages ago, and you were still waiting. That’s no way to treat customers. But today, you get what you were waiting for. The Jelly Bean 4.1.1 update is finally rolling out to devices! It’s 675.49MB large and will require a WiFi network to download, so they won’t let you download it over your mobile connection. It should take only 10-20 minutes to install, but you won’t be able to use your device during that time.
To check for this update, go to Settings and there is a “Check for updates” button under About phone. If you get the update, go find a WiFi network and watch
paint dry your phone update. But when it does, you’ll have buttery Jelly Bean with Google Now and other goodies. Tell us how you like the update in the comments!