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  Reply # 836644 14-Jun-2013 07:19

Looks like the update has been delayed until as late as Friday.

http://www.latinospost.com/articles/21279/20130612/htc-one-update-release-date-android-4-2-sense-5.htm

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  Reply # 836647 14-Jun-2013 07:27
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hasp: Looks like the update has been delayed until as late as Friday.

http://www.latinospost.com/articles/21279/20130612/htc-one-update-release-date-android-4-2-sense-5.htm


I wonder how soon Telecom would release it when it's made available.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 836915 14-Jun-2013 16:27
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hasp: Looks like the update has been delayed until as late as Friday.

http://www.latinospost.com/articles/21279/20130612/htc-one-update-release-date-android-4-2-sense-5.htm


I wonder how soon Telecom would release it when it's made available.

Maybe the Telecom online team can give us a heads up as to whether it will be a generic update ( see my previous post) or carrier specific?




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  Reply # 836934 14-Jun-2013 17:02
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If you s-off the device and unlock the bootloader you can flash the developer edition ruu to get the latest updates more quickly ;)

Also, just got my HTC One today and loving it so far!

Anyone already with the device, any tips of cool features to try out?




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  Reply # 836936 14-Jun-2013 17:05
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Also anyone got the TV app to get the free view guide?




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  Reply # 836940 14-Jun-2013 17:07
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HiTM4N: If you s-off the device and unlock the bootloader you can flash the developer edition ruu to get the latest updates more quickly ;)

Also, just got my HTC One today and loving it so far!

Anyone already with the device, any tips of cool features to try out?


This. Dev edition should get 4.2 really quickly.

HiTM4N: Also anyone got the TV app to get the free view guide?


I don't think the TV app supports NZ.

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  Reply # 836950 14-Jun-2013 17:46
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Dingbatt:
heavenlywild:
hasp: Looks like the update has been delayed until as late as Friday.

http://www.latinospost.com/articles/21279/20130612/htc-one-update-release-date-android-4-2-sense-5.htm


I wonder how soon Telecom would release it when it's made available.

Maybe the Telecom online team can give us a heads up as to whether it will be a generic update ( see my previous post) or carrier specific?


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  Reply # 837039 14-Jun-2013 20:54
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bradstewart:
HiTM4N: If you s-off the device and unlock the bootloader you can flash the developer edition ruu to get the latest updates more quickly ;)

Also, just got my HTC One today and loving it so far!

Anyone already with the device, any tips of cool features to try out?


This. Dev edition should get 4.2 really quickly.

HiTM4N: Also anyone got the TV app to get the free view guide?


I don't think the TV app supports NZ.


Its a shame it doesn't support NZ.

Anyone here running a custom rom with 4.2.2?




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  Reply # 837054 14-Jun-2013 21:05
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HiTM4N:
bradstewart:
HiTM4N: If you s-off the device and unlock the bootloader you can flash the developer edition ruu to get the latest updates more quickly ;)

Also, just got my HTC One today and loving it so far!

Anyone already with the device, any tips of cool features to try out?


This. Dev edition should get 4.2 really quickly.

HiTM4N: Also anyone got the TV app to get the free view guide?


I don't think the TV app supports NZ.


Its a shame it doesn't support NZ.

Anyone here running a custom rom with 4.2.2?


I'm running the stock leaked 4.2.2.

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  Reply # 837056 14-Jun-2013 21:07
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bradstewart:
HiTM4N:
bradstewart:
HiTM4N: If you s-off the device and unlock the bootloader you can flash the developer edition ruu to get the latest updates more quickly ;)

Also, just got my HTC One today and loving it so far!

Anyone already with the device, any tips of cool features to try out?


This. Dev edition should get 4.2 really quickly.

HiTM4N: Also anyone got the TV app to get the free view guide?


I don't think the TV app supports NZ.


Its a shame it doesn't support NZ.

Anyone here running a custom rom with 4.2.2?


I'm running the stock leaked 4.2.2.

Do you have dev model? or did you find RUU? or just flash a stock zip from custom recovery?




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  Reply # 837057 14-Jun-2013 21:10
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HiTM4N: Do you have dev model? or did you find RUU? or just flash a stock zip from custom recovery?
I have a factory S-off model from Telecom.

There's no RUU for 4.2 yet that I'm aware of, the one I used is the leaked European 2.17.401.1 from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2224752

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  Reply # 837059 14-Jun-2013 21:11
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HiTM4N: Do you have dev model? or did you find RUU? or just flash a stock zip from custom recovery?
I have a factory S-off model from Telecom.

There's no RUU for 4.2 yet that I'm aware of, the one I used is the leaked European 2.17.401.1 from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2224752

How on earth did you manage to get that?




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  Reply # 837060 14-Jun-2013 21:11
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HiTM4N:
bradstewart:
HiTM4N: Do you have dev model? or did you find RUU? or just flash a stock zip from custom recovery?
I have a factory S-off model from Telecom.

There's no RUU for 4.2 yet that I'm aware of, the one I used is the leaked European 2.17.401.1 from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2224752

How on earth did you manage to get that?

It was a review unit for the TelecomTech blog here.

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  Reply # 837063 14-Jun-2013 21:21
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HiTM4N:
bradstewart:
HiTM4N: Do you have dev model? or did you find RUU? or just flash a stock zip from custom recovery?
I have a factory S-off model from Telecom.

There's no RUU for 4.2 yet that I'm aware of, the one I used is the leaked European 2.17.401.1 from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2224752

How on earth did you manage to get that?

It was a review unit for the TelecomTech blog here.


Nice :)

How are you finding 4.2.2 compared with 4.1.2 on the HTC One?




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  Reply # 837064 14-Jun-2013 21:24
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HiTM4N:
bradstewart:
HiTM4N:
bradstewart:
HiTM4N: Do you have dev model? or did you find RUU? or just flash a stock zip from custom recovery?
I have a factory S-off model from Telecom.

There's no RUU for 4.2 yet that I'm aware of, the one I used is the leaked European 2.17.401.1 from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2224752

How on earth did you manage to get that?

It was a review unit for the TelecomTech blog here.


Nice :)

How are you finding 4.2.2 compared with 4.1.2 on the HTC One?


Overall it's much better, everything feels a little faster. But battery life is not quite as good.

Consensus seems to be the leaked kernel is less than awesome but most likely that will be sorted when it is officially released.

When that happens I'll just flash the dev edition RUU.

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