A new CyanogenMod 10 (CM10) ROM based on Jelly Bean is available for HTC One S, thanks to XDA Developer named WinMB2. The One S can be overclocked with the ROM, reports Android Advices, and claims that the ROM brings software version Android 4.1.1 for the smartphone along with additional features. The developer notes that the Jelly Bean is fully working in this port but bugs are likely. What is not working in this port is the video recording which sometimes interlaces frames.

The Jelly Bean based on CM10 ROM is available for One S.

HTC has earlier confirmed that the company has plans to upgrade its One series smartphones including HTC One X, One S and One XL.

Until the official Jelly Bean reaches HTC One S, users can enjoy the firmware released by the developer following the below mentioned guide. IBTimes UK advises users to keep a back-up all important data and APN settings before following the steps. Ensure that the device is rooted and the battery of the phone carries more than 40 per cent charge. Users are advised to enable the USB Debugging Mode in HTC One S by browsing to Settings>> Applications>> Development>> USB Debugging. IBTimes UK will not be responsible if any kind of damage happens to your phone by flashing the ROM.

Steps to install Jelly Bean with CM10 for HTC One S

1) Download CM10 ROM based on Android 4.1.1 and the Google Apps package to your computer

2) Now connect your HTC One S to the computer using the USB cable and copy the downloaded files in your phone

3) Power off your One S and disconnect it from the computer. Now put the phone in the recovery mode through boot loader mode (To enter the boot loader mode press together Volume Down, OK and Power buttons. In boot loader mode select Recovery to enter the recovery mode)

4) Navigate to the SD card where you have saved the downloaded files and select the CM10 ROM to begin installation

5) Once the ROM is flashed, select the Google Apps package and start flashing

6) Once the installation process is over, return to the main recovery menu and select Reboot System to reboot the device and boot up into the latest ROM

NOTE: If the phone gets stuck during the process, then press the power button and switch off the device to begin the update procedure once again.

Your HTC One S is now running on Jelly Bean based on CM10 new build with overclocked Kernel. You can check the updated software by heading over to Settings>> About Phone>> Firmware Version.