T-Mobile HTC One S owners will be happy to hear that an update supposedly bringing “improved software stability” and resolution to “open issues with the device” is heading their way. Unfortunately, the update, initially scheduled to hit as of the time of this writing, was postponed to a later date. According to TmoNews, official T-Mobile documentation now shows a new roll out date, June 4 through July 7, so there’s still some waiting in store.
Here’s what you can expect from the pending One S update:
- Resolves goodbye splash not appearing when powering off due to low battery.
- Resolves voicemail indicator not appearing while using Wi-Fi calling.
- Improvements to Wi-Fi Calling
- Improvements to camera stability
- Resolves signal fluctuation.
To get the OTA (over-the-air) update, you’ll have to wait for an update notification or manually check for updates by going to Settings > About phone > Software updates > Check now. Once the update (Android version 4.0.3 / Software version 1.84.531.2.710RD) is ready to be downloaded to your phone, make sure you meet the following requirements:
- OTA update [Wi-Fi / Cellular data connection required]
- Device is running Android version 4.0.3 / Software version 1.53.531.76 710RD
- Device software is not rooted
- More than 50% battery life
- Data connection
- 350 MB available memory (File size of update is 24.2 MB)