By Stephen Schenck | September 26, 2012 4:17 PM
We’re sure owners of the HTC One S on T-Mobile would much rather be seeing their phones updated to Jelly Bean, but as they continue to wait for that release, a new update to Android 4.0.4 just dropped, bringing with it a bunch of fixes and an upgrade to HTC’s Sense 4.1.
So, what’s on tap? There are a whole mess of connectivity improvements, with a lot of focus on improved WiFi functionality. That means fixes for issues with dropped connections and those occurring on the fringe of WiFi coverage areas. You’ll also see reduced lag, fewer app crashes or spontaneous device resets, and improvements to streaming music playback. Add in some specific fixes for bugs like an inability to click-through to links embedded in email, along with the new Sense 4.1, and it sounds like a decent update to tide you over until Android 4.1 lands.
The 140MB update is headed out over the air currently. It should hit all T-Mobile One S users by the end of October, or you can retrieve it manually now.