For (some) HTC One users in the UK, the wait for the latest version of Google’s ubiquitous smartphone OS, Jelly Bean Android 4.2.2, is finally over.
The Taiwanese manufacturer made the announcement on its Facebook page this morning, and it sounds like good news for at least some of the UK mobile networks.
The problem is, see, the networks need to approve Android software updates before rolling them out, and inevitably some networks are tardier than others.
Meanwhile, those with unlocked handsets would generally expect to be at the head of the software update queue.
Browsing through the comments, HTC One customers on O2, Orange and Vodafone all claim to have installed the Android 4.2.2 update, though it’s not entirely clear if their handsets are of the network locked variety.
If the HTC One Android 4.2.2 update doesn’t pop up immediately, tap these things: Settings > About > Software Updates > Check now.
Predictably, there are several comments from angry customers bemoaning the fact that the HTC One S has been abandoned, just over a year from its release. HTC confirmed as much earlier this month.
Anyone here rocking an HTC One? Any sign of the Jelly Bean Android 4.2.2 update? Hit us up below.