nipundx, 18 Nov 2012Mate its already 19.not even a clue abt the update.so what? You made us fool or something?that's what I heard too. I'm guessing there is a delay.
losers , 18 Nov 2012its coming on the 19. If there should be no problem. so wait another couple of days and see if... moreMate its already 19.not even a clue abt the update.so what? You made us fool or something?
this batch distribution is pointless! They should increase their number of servers to be able to get 6 million requests simultaneously. Like Apple, where tens of millions of users can download OTA at any time all over the world.
If end of this month still no update,i will also shift to samsung or Lg nexus,too tired to waiting.
yes it enough now i will also shift to windows and leave android.have to wait too long for updates
its coming on the 19. If there should be no problem. so wait another couple of days and see if it's true. The HTC authorities here said it. Here is at Malaysia & Singapore. tqvm
Guys,no point loosing hope I know it has been over 20 days but my friends in India have also not got the JB update for their galaxy S3 though being released a long time ago.So HTC lot better than any manufacturer..
I can see the only people that used to get updates in time are those using nexus series, for HTC they intend to hurt One X customers, I hate One X, I hate Peter in fact I hate all android phones, I am leaving Android for good, Windows 8 is my final for now.
EAGLE.EYES, 17 Nov 2012HI guyes been over 20 days from the release date ... Anyone got anything ???? :@19 Nov
HI guyes been over 20 days from the release date ... Anyone got anything ???? :@
Mr. Good News .... Plz chk the link you have posted ... its an article from 27th Oct ... and the article says tomorrow (Sunday) .... What world are you from ...
open this site and be happy because your wait is almost over as soon as Sunday
HTC One X (international) Jelly Bean roll out begins http://www.androidcentral.com/...l-out-begins
Mr. Petr, Our last correspondence was as follows:
"Due to localization, testing, and partner approvals, updates do not roll out to all devices at the same time. For devices on a wide variety of carriers and in many countries, roll outs can take up to 14 days from the initial update to reach everyone.
If your phone has not received the update after the 14-day period, navigate to Settings>About>Software Updates to have your device manually check for updates. If your device still does not show an update, please contact customer support."
& this is your current reply:
"Due to localization, testing, and partner approvals, updates do not roll out to all devices at the same time. For devices on a wide variety of carriers and in many countries, roll outs can take up to 45 days from the initial update to reach everyone. I hope that this information meets with your requirements, should you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us again."
This is a meaningless mail with an entirely non-existent time frame - From 14 days to 45day & when this time frame passes, you may say 60-75 days, i wonder why not simply state some time next year & be done with it.
This is a shame full reply & shows the HTC response to the concerns of it's customers.
Let me be very clear as to why people chose HTC over Samsung: Customer Relations; We always recieved quick updates and solutions to technical problem. Now the trend is changing & if HTC doesn't show loyalty to it's customers then it will end up loosing them.
This has been another waste of time. Very dissapointing
samiuh, 12 Nov 2012How did you get to know that the date is 19th November for the release ?That is disclosed and confidential information. All I can inform is the date.
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2012yes I can guarantee you. How did you get to know that the date is 19th November for the release ?