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  Reply # 850551 7-Jul-2013 21:36
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It will be a Telecom or Vodafone sourced one. The international English models are 1.29.401.xx

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  Reply # 850561 7-Jul-2013 22:07
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bradstewart: It will be a Telecom or Vodafone sourced one. The international English models are 1.29.401.xx


Damn yeah it's 1.29.980.x

That's really annoying. Carrier branding sucks.

Looks like I'll be flashing a custom ROM.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 850590 8-Jul-2013 06:20
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is there any place where we can get the international ROM? the official one..

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  Reply # 850717 8-Jul-2013 10:55
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Krishant007: is there any place where we can get the international ROM? the official one..


Most likely somewhere here on XDA: http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=2115




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  Reply # 850724 8-Jul-2013 11:05
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If you want a stock 2.24 ROM then this one here would be your best bet: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2353083.

Otherwise any one of the custom ones in the Android Dev forum. Viper One would be my recommendation, it's currently based on 2.19 but will be updated shortly.

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  Reply # 851937 9-Jul-2013 20:35
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bradstewart: It will be a Telecom or Vodafone sourced one. The international English models are 1.29.401.xx


Where can I check mine?? Got mine from NL

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  Reply # 851949 9-Jul-2013 20:48
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foxcomrs:
bradstewart: It will be a Telecom or Vodafone sourced one. The international English models are 1.29.401.xx


Where can I check mine?? Got mine from NL


The NL versions are Vodafone AU

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  Reply # 854121 11-Jul-2013 22:17
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Updated to latest version of Google maps and can't get into latitude anymore... Help page says press the menu button then press latitude.... Small problem with that...

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  Reply # 854124 11-Jul-2013 22:20
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Kalaren: Updated to latest version of Google maps and can't get into latitude anymore... Help page says press the menu button then press latitude.... Small problem with that...


Latitude is being discontinued

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  Reply # 854310 12-Jul-2013 12:11
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Anyone know if the US (LTE) version can be used on the 1800MHz 4G network?

Thinking probably not, but I just had email confirmation from Playtech that their version can be used on both 700MHz and 1800MHz. Does this sound right?

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  Reply # 854331 12-Jul-2013 13:10
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Has anyone got a battery case like the Mophie Juice Pack or one of the chinese versions? wondering how good they are for the One. 




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  Reply # 854679 12-Jul-2013 23:25
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lokhor: Has anyone got a battery case like the Mophie Juice Pack or one of the chinese versions? wondering how good they are for the One. 


Bought the htc branded battery bar in Australia for 70aud, it boasts two full phone charges per charge. I charged it up the first time and it gave me about 50% then went flat, then wouldn't charge again at all. Hopefully the place I bought it from can exchange... And hopefully that's not too common.

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I thought I would give a GE rom a whirl so flashed Android Revolution HD GE last night. Initial impressions are good, not sure I will go back to Sense, I use the IR blaster and Zoe cam regularly so losing these two features could be a deal breaker. There is rumour that the upcoming 4.3 update will offer IR support so who knows, Zoe cam is cool but its only software so I am sure there is or will be a suitable replacement app out there somewhere

This rom definitely feels a lot slicker than the stock 4.1.2 and to me the pure Google OS has a far more cohesive approach which adds to the premium feel of the device



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Wade: I thought I would give a GE rom a whirl so flashed Android Revolution HD GE last night. Initial impressions are good, not sure I will go back to Sense, I use the IR blaster and Zoe cam regularly so losing these two features could be a deal breaker. There is rumour that the upcoming 4.3 update will offer IR support so who knows, Zoe cam is cool but its only software so I am sure there is or will be a suitable replacement app out there somewhere

This rom definitely feels a lot slicker than the stock 4.1.2 and to me the pure Google OS has a far more cohesive approach which adds to the premium feel of the device




I am downloading that as we speak. I want quick toggles dammit. I never use Zoe or Blinkfeed so it seemed a good idea...

Basically once I backup my apps, I just go into recovery and flash it right? It'll wipe what is existing and then I can restore my backup?

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  Reply # 855535 14-Jul-2013 22:13
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Hey guys

This doesn't relate to HTC One as such, but because its my device thought I would post here.

Does anybody know if a widget exists that shows you a screen shot/DVD cover of the movies/videos you have stored on your phone. Just having a look around XDA and I came across this.. (Scroll down, its the second post that is quoted)

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2156825&page=94

On his 3rd and 4th Screens you can see It is showing his library/upcoming shows.

I want something like this except I want it to be a Horizontal scrollable widget, while also saying the name of the video if possible (Although not bothered if it doesn't say the name)

The inbuilt Youtube widget does what I want, except that is going vertically zig-zaggy

Would be greatly appreciated if somebody could please point me in the right direction.

If I get nothing here I'll post it over at XDA

Thanks :)

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