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HTC One X AT&T

Is the HTC One X a part of your gadget arsenal? If so, you may want to fire up that thing's software update functionality, because reports have begun popping up about some new software that's rolling out to the handset. The update will bring the One X to software version 1.85.502.3 and contains a couple of Wi-Fi related tweaks as well as a fix for AT&T Address Book. Here's how the changelog looks:

  • Wi-Fi Connectivity Improvement - improves operation when a device leaves Wi-Fi coverage.
  • Wi-Fi Throughput (Speed Increase)
  • AT&T Address Book fixes - Contacts formatting when synced to AAB

That may not be the biggest changelog we've ever seen, but it's good to see the One X being shown some update love a month after its launch. For those that are curious, the 1.85.502.3 update weighs in at 64.55MB, and you can check for it manually by heading into Settings > About phone > Software updates. And for folks that are in the market for a One X but haven't yet snagged one for one reason or another? AT&T recently announced that One X is now available online and that its stores should receive inventory on or before June 10. How many of you have already bought a One X or plan to do so soon?

Thanks, Derrick and Brad!

Via Android Central, @ATT


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