Sure, the HTC One X is the biggest, baddest beast in the Taiwan manufacturer's current line-up. But that doesn't mean that there can't be some adjustments made here and there. Recently, users of the flagship device have noticed a little problem with Wi-Fi connectivity and speed
on the AT&T variant of the model. In a statement, HTC said that it is aware of the problem and that a software fix is on the way.
The guys at Brief Mobile have obtained the software fix and you can head to the sourcelink to pick it up. If you're the type that would rather wait for the manufacturer to disseminate the fix itself, there is a work around you can use until then, courtesy of HTC. If you own the phone and want to switch to a Wi-Fi connection, toggle the connection on the phone for a few seconds
and then toggle it back on. According to HTC, this will allow the phone to reset to a Wi-Fi connection and get a new address which should allow it to work for some time.
If you have the AT&T HTC One X and you are having problems with Wi-Fi, let us know if the software update takes care of the problem or if the work around helps you, uh, work around the flaw. Additionally, the update might also remove other flaws, which you can also pass along. Just drop your comments in the box below.