Since the recent news has hit that the HTC One X and S ARE receiving the Jellybean update for Android, is there a reason why the V is being left behind at this time? From what I've read, Jellybean has vastly improved the Android experience and I think it would be an injustice if the One V did not receive this update. We all would like to enjoy the Android experience and if Jellybean has IMPROVE this experience, then it would be a shame that owners of the One V would not be able to enjoy that experience.
I've read that HTC One series models which have less than 512 MB RAM won't be getting the JB update.. if it is so all the HTC One V Customers would be unhappy. Why can't HTC give JB 4.1.1 update where the other developers in the net like AOKP and CyanogenMod 10 can develop JB for One V... We want to enjoy the JB 4.1.1 features too...
I think the HTC One V is going to get Jelly Bean pretty soon....
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Let me begin by stating that the information you got about we not releasing the latest version of Android for the HTC one V is not truth. (Can you let us know where from did you get the information?)
We understand that, you need information on the availability of Android v4.1 'Jellybean' with Sense version on HTC One V device. In this regard, we would like to inform you that, we're looking forward to providing our HTC One X and HTC One S and HTC One V customers with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) along with our latest version of HTC Sense. As with any software upgrade, we work closely with our carrier partners to ensure we deliver the best experience possible on our devices. After internal testing, we test the software on live networks in order to confirm the experience matches our expectations, and carrier expectations, for performance, connectivity and platform stability. While testing takes time, we're working quickly with our carrier partners to rollout these updates. We will provide information on availability once the software is ready for release.
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If anything, I think that the HTC One V needs Jelly Bean (4.1/4.2) more than any other One Series of HTC devices. With Jelly Bean you get Project Buttery Smooth, and with Project Buttery Smooth you get enhanced user experience, you get more fluidity, you get more responsiveness. With just those three upgrades alone, not to mention others, what would make more "sense" (heehee) than to bring Jelly Bean to the One V. After all, it is the least capable, so why wouldn't we want to make it more capable?
HTC one V is quite better than the other phones that are getting JB.They are giving importance to few models....I
Can i know when the Jelly bean update for the HTC 1V will be released ? As HTC 1X have already got the update ...
An report contrary to this message:
"Earlier, the Taiwanese mobile manufacturer mentioned on its FAQ page that the handsets having 512MB of RAM or less will not be upgraded to Jelly Bean. A couple of them include HTC One V and Desire C. According to HTC, the Android 4.1 will not run properly on handsets with low RAM. However, the company has assured consumers that the devices left out of Jelly Bean update will receive security fixes with ongoing support. "
HTC took that FAQ page down, probably good news for owners of the One V who would like to have Jelly Bean.
Took that FAQ page down?
I have to say I am disappointed with this decision and it will impact my decision to buy HTC phones in the future. HTC should try to provide the latest Android updates for two years, hardware specs don't change that quickly . Google itself has said that 4.0 to 4.1 or 4.2 is not that big of a jump in terms of resource usage. The new version of Sense may have overloaded the RAM.
then will u plz find a solution on how to upgrade htc one v....that's an urgent request...
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