HTC One X $99.99 at Amazon Wireless owners can manually check for the update while connected to Wi-Fi by selecting Applications > Settings > About Phone > Check for Update. From there, simply follow the on-screen instructions to install.
The long-awaited update brings a number of goodies, including Google Now, which offers up relevant information like the weather, flight information, and package tracking data with a single swipe.
The update also implements changes to the notification display so that users can expand or collapse notifications, and updates from the same app are grouped together. Users will also be able to view full text messages and photos in the notification window. In addition, the event notification display will show more of an event’s description, allowing users to quickly see details about their meeting without having to waste precious seconds opening an app.
Plus, for self-photo shoots, there’s a countdown timer for the phone’s front-facing camera.
Meanwhile, if you’re still waiting for Jelly Bean to hit a different AT&T device, then just continue to be patient.
“We’re looking forward to rolling out Jelly Bean on more devices in the coming months, so stay tuned!” AT&T’s senior product marketing manager, Mark Bridgwater, wrote in a blog post Thursday.
According to February Android developer statistics, the older Gingerbread mobile OS is still found on 44.1 percent of Android-based devices while Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean together barely edge out the competition, with a combined 45.1 percent.