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  Reply # 837066 14-Jun-2013 21:26
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I posted here almost two weeks ago about some of the changes in 4.2.

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  Reply # 837068 14-Jun-2013 21:29
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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?

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.


My experience is less than 12 hours but so far i've found the battery life on the One fairly average. Do you know of a way to see screen on time on the device?





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  Reply # 837069 14-Jun-2013 21:31
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You'll need a battery stats app to see that. HTC completely revamped the power app, it's good but for some reason it shows everything but screen usage.

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  Reply # 837163 15-Jun-2013 11:04
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gosh i love the sound of this phone

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  Reply # 837352 15-Jun-2013 17:48
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Finally got my HTC One from NL two days ago, great so far!

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  Reply # 837381 15-Jun-2013 19:56
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Anyone have any experience with getting a replacement if they have a gap issue? Mine has got one and even a small dent close to the usb port but unsure whether the hassle of getting it replaced out weighs the benefits? It doesn't interfere with my phone in any way. Btw, i bought mine from warehouse stationary. Thanks!

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  Reply # 837517 16-Jun-2013 09:55
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kepster: Anyone have any experience with getting a replacement if they have a gap issue? Mine has got one and even a small dent close to the usb port but unsure whether the hassle of getting it replaced out weighs the benefits? It doesn't interfere with my phone in any way. Btw, i bought mine from warehouse stationary. Thanks!

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  Reply # 837540 16-Jun-2013 11:02
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Anyone had a problem when using headphones where the phone starts going crazy? Among other things, this includes it making phone calls to the last called phone number.

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  Reply # 837571 16-Jun-2013 12:09
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Jizah: Anyone had a problem when using headphones where the phone starts going crazy? Among other things, this includes it making phone calls to the last called phone number.


Are you hitting the wee red button on the track selector/answer call on the right hand ear bud? i found it rung the last number when I hit it accidently whilst not having music playing



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  Reply # 837598 16-Jun-2013 13:16
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Are you using 3rd party earphones? I have found with my HTC phones in the past that if the plug moves around in the socket, it must short across the contacts and decide you want to dial someone. Haven't experienced it with my One (yet) though.

I solved it by making sure the plug was seated properly in the socket. Some covers prevent the plug from seating properly.




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Has anyone set up contacts/ groups?
My people list displays ok, but regardless of settings the group list is always thumbnails
& always displays contacts with their first names alphabetically ie Alan z , Adam w etc.
I can not find how to change this , or to list view.

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  Reply # 837773 16-Jun-2013 20:17
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Are you hitting the wee red button on the track selector/answer call on the right hand ear bud? i found it rung the last number when I hit it accidently whilst not having music playing


Yeah that was my thought at first. I definitely wasn't touching the button, but thought the button might have been stuck or something so tried other headphones and it still did it. Come to think of it though, it may have only been once with the other headphones, instead of 10 times in about 10 seconds so I might give this a go again.

Dingbatt: Are you using 3rd party earphones? I have found with my HTC phones in the past that if the plug moves around in the socket, it must short across the contacts and decide you want to dial someone. Haven't experienced it with my One (yet) though.

I solved it by making sure the plug was seated properly in the socket. Some covers prevent the plug from seating properly.


Not a cover issue, it first happened when I tested it half an hour after getting the phone. Didn't get a cover until weeks later. 

Will do some more testing and see what I can find. Thanks for the replies.


 

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  Reply # 837823 16-Jun-2013 21:45
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Why is it that when I first started using my camera it was rubbish? Noisy, dull colors. Now after a week or so, it's bloody brilliant. Clear, crisp, no noise at all?

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  Reply # 837846 16-Jun-2013 22:24
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Kopkiwi: Why is it that when I first started using my camera it was rubbish? Noisy, dull colors. Now after a week or so, it's bloody brilliant. Clear, crisp, no noise at all?


Have you been changed from a manual setting to automatic by accident?




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  Reply # 837888 17-Jun-2013 06:14
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Epic battery life. 2 days and 18 hours without charge. Basically charged it on Friday afternoon and didn't need to recharge all weekend.

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