The official HTC One X bugs thread
08-10-2012 04:51 PM
- OK. What's everybody seeing? And sing out with your software version, will ya?
The review unit I have had the 1.26 build, which had some pretty frequent Sense crashes. Got an OTA to 1.27 that fixed 'em. (Not sure what version retail units will be updated to.)04-13-2012 01:39 PM
- I have version 1..... wait I dreamed I had a One X to play with. I'm curious as well only because I might have convinced my sisters boyfriend (who has an iPhone, ut is fed up with it) on preordering the One XL for AT&T and i'm sure to an extent the software should be relatively the same. I just wonder how long it would take to push out a fix when the phone comes out stateside if problems arise as they did for you Phil?04-13-2012 01:44 PM
- Mine was purchased thru Negri Electronics (Las Vegas) and I've got 1.26.707.2, no sign of an OTA.
Do we have to register it with HTC to get these (like Aser) or will it just come?
Crashes: one or two. I see the revolving circular Arrow, and then Sense is back within seconds.
HDR Camera+ manages to reboot the phone!!!
And I have the wifi Obtaining IP bug occasionally. Posted Elsewhere.04-13-2012 03:24 PM
- Close Focus Problems?
My camera can't focus anywhere near as close as the Nexus One could.
This presents a problem for things like Bar Code Scanning, because its difficult to get the proper distance.
Red Laser works better than BarCode Scanner, but both are a tad problematic. Even Goggles has problems.
The Camera app itself seems to do better.04-13-2012 03:52 PM
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Look at it this way -- should mean the AT&T version's that much better. (Let's hope.)04-13-2012 11:42 PM
- 1.26 here. Lots of bugs...but I am loving this phone. It's that good! I was never a huge fan of sense but with 4.0..it complements ICS in so many ways. If HCT can get a handle on a few major bugs this phone has, then it will be the hit they need it to be.
Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD04-14-2012 01:44 AM
- 04-14-2012 03:00 AM
- After years of testing "reviewer" copiea of hardware from Ati/Nvidia and the like...i can give you one universal constant. Developer hardware/reviewer unit hardware always equals free market testing of beta software....think of it like a closed beta. The feedback is always swiftand typically software pushes out on a frequent basis....which is whh Phils unit is seeing updates retaol inits arent. Never complain about not being a guinea pig04-14-2012 05:49 AM
- After years of testing "reviewer" copiea of hardware from Ati/Nvidia and the like...i can give you one universal constant. Developer hardware/reviewer unit hardware always equals free market testing of beta software....think of it like a closed beta. The feedback is always swiftand typically software pushes out on a frequent basis....which is whh Phils unit is seeing updates retaol inits arent. Never complain about not being a guinea pig04-14-2012 08:39 AM
- Another bug to report.
Yesterday my phone started showing the preparing sim notification but just once that I noticed.
Today it keeps happening every few mins. I rebooted the phone and it leaves another notification that a different sim has been inserted.
I have full service so I can't figure out what's going on.
I ejected the sim, gave it a wipe and nothing since.
Weird.04-14-2012 10:49 PM
- I must say, I'm not finding any glitches or bugs with my One X...I bought it on the day of release here in the UK from Vodafone, and it has version 1.26 of the software. I don't know if my device suffers with the draining battery usage like the others do (I have nothing to compare it to), but it seems reasonable to me. Have been using it nearly all morning and it's only on 89%. Buggy or not, it's still better than the battery on my HTC Desire HD. If the new update gives me more battery, then this phone will be perfect, because it's almost there now. I use my phone as a music/podcast player all day at work, and on any given day I have media playing for about 8 hours, and yet it drains about 20 to 30% of the battery over the course of the 8 hours. Seems good to me. Desire HD drained over 50%.
In regards to these physical problems people moan about (pushing the screen, resulting in pixelation), I can't see why it's a problem. I tried it and had to press really hard to get any problem...which begs the question: Why do people feel the need to press so hard on the edges of the screen? Nobody ever does that day to day. I tried it just to see and had to really try to see any problem. Anyway, that's off topic, I apologise. Was just annoying me with people being so picky.
Look forward to the update, to see if my good battery is even better.04-15-2012 08:39 AM
- Have the One X (v1.26 software) and have experienced a few issues. Not sure if they are ICS, HTC or unique to the phone.
Music skipping is my main one. Both in Spotify and Napster. Occurs with streaming and tracks which have been downloaded to the device. Tracks in stock music player don't appear to have the same issues. As others have mentioned, music can stop for no reason, e.g. when replying to a text message.
I previously switched on device encryption and that meant Bluetooth wouldn't activate. Had to do a factory reset to switch encryption off.
Apart from that, loving the phone so far. Sound and screen are fantastic. Keen to see what devs can do with the quad core.04-15-2012 11:57 AM
Music skipping is my main one. Both in Spotify and Napster. Occurs with streaming and tracks which have been downloaded to the device. Tracks in stock music player don't appear to have the same issues. As others have mentioned, music can stop for no reason, e.g. when replying to a text message.04-16-2012 05:34 AM
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