AT&T has launched today the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OTA Update for the HTC One X

HTC One X AT&T OTA Updated today to official Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

AT&T HTC One X users are now able to update their device with the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, which is the first major update for this device. Check your phone’s System Updates menu to see if there is any new file for you to download.

The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OTA Update for the One X will bring the Google Now service, which is currently one of the most popular features of Jelly Bean ROMs on Nexus devices, Galaxy S3, Note 2 etc. Other great features of this update are the following: expandable notifications, offline speech-to-text, new countdown timer for the front camera, Project Butter and many many more others.

Now, the HTC One X will now have support for Isis so that you can upload payment and loyalty cards easily using the secure app. There are more tweaks added for the HTC Sense UI so that you’ll get the best Android 4.1 Jelly Bean experience.

This OTA Update has been pushed out today by AT&T and it measures 630MB so you should make sure that you’re on Wi-Fi connection. If you didn’t receive the update notification alert, then you can easily open Settings, then About Phone and here you can check manually for system updates. If you’re told that there is an update then you should simply follow the onscreen instructions and in under 5 minutes the final Android 4.1 Jelly Bean firmware update will be flashed on your device.

If your HTC One X on AT&T is rooted or it runs any other customization files, then you will surely not get the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OTA Update notification. This means that you will have to return to stock Android 4.0.4 ICS OS or you can choose to wait until some developers will launch a rooted variant of the Official update or any other custom ROM that is based on it.

Did you get the OTA Update for your HTC One X? If you did, do you like the new camera features, Google Now, expandable notifications, the smooth UI? Which is your favorite new feature ?