Owners of an international version of the HTC One S not tied to a carrier are receiving a small treat today in the form of a 60MB update. Bringing the phone to firmware version 1.78, the new software looks to address early bugs rearing their heads only a month after the phone’s release. This includes the removal of redundant Ice Cream Sandwich software menu buttons in Google apps and likely a fix for WiFi issues reported by some owners.
Navigating to Settings > About phone > Software updates will check for the update and pull it to your device. Again, this update is only currently available for One S handsets purchased unlocked and free of carrier restrictions.
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