AT&T’s HTC One X and Verizon’s LG Lucid Get Bug-Fixing Software Updates

HTC and AT&T have started rolling out a new software update for the One X that bumps up the software version to 1.85.502.3. The update is a pretty minor one that fixes some of the Wi-Fi related issues plaguing the handset.

Below is the full change-log of the update via Android Central -:

  • 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
The update is being rolled out in batches and via OTA and is around 65MB in size, so make sure that you have a stable Wi-Fi connection before downloading the update.
Apart from the AT&T One X, Verizon and LG have also rolled out a minor update for their budget based 4G LTE Android phone, the Lucid. The new update does not bring any major changes, but instead fixes some bugs and enhances some of the existing ones. Below is the official change-log of the update -:
  • Weather Widget syncs correctly for more precise location coordinates
  • Improved Dialer Widget
  • Added “Instant Search” and “Add to Contacts” functionalities
  • Successfully dial VZW “#” shortcuts
  • Improved GPS Widget
  • Navigate Google Maps successfully
  • Threshold of battery temperature improved, so user will not see ‘over-heat’ when using Google Navigation
This 49MB VS840ZV6 software update is already being rolled out in batches by Verizon to Lucid owners.

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