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  #925610 1-Nov-2013 12:44
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And 15 days for those of us who have converted to Google Play Edition!!

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  #925612 1-Nov-2013 12:45
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CyberN3rds: I found this post on The Verge.  http://www.theverge.com/2013/10/31/5052342/every-htc-one-in-north-america-will-have-android-kitkat-within-90-days  At least this proves HTC is still working hard to bring the updates.

 

Bring it on for the Google Play edition!  I wonder if we will get some Nexus 5 features, like the low power audio playback?  

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 


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CyberN3rds: I found this post on The Verge.  http://www.theverge.com/2013/10/31/5052342/every-htc-one-in-north-america-will-have-android-kitkat-within-90-days  At least this proves HTC is still working hard to bring the updates.


How long will it take until we get updates here?




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  #925672 1-Nov-2013 13:50
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^^^ how long has 4.3 been out officially and we are yet to receive, i suspect a similar timeframe

One thing to keep in mind though is it really looks like HTC are winning the update race when you compare One to S4 which is good, they are obviously invested in giving One users the premium experience

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  #925943 1-Nov-2013 19:07
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Wade: ^^^ how long has 4.3 been out officially and we are yet to receive, i suspect a similar timeframe

One thing to keep in mind though is it really looks like HTC are winning the update race when you compare One to S4 which is good, they are obviously invested in giving One users the premium experience


'Unlocked' editions will always get their updates faster than the carrier variants which require additional testing. The speed at which the 4.3 updates, 3.2x and now 3.6x have been released is really impressive considering the amount of work required to bring Sense onto each new base.

I'm starting to wonder if we'll see some carriers skip 4.3 in favour of 4.4.



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  #929525 8-Nov-2013 15:31
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Any owners of a Telecom branded One got their firmware upgrade preparing for next week's 4G launch?




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  #929529 8-Nov-2013 15:39
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Dingbatt: Any owners of a Telecom branded One got their firmware upgrade preparing for next week's 4G launch?


I am one of many waiting for the update. Something tells me it won't arrive on time... hope I am proven wrong!

 
 
 
 


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  #929530 8-Nov-2013 15:40
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Not I.

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  #929549 8-Nov-2013 15:55
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I haven't received it yet, although I've seen 4G in mine when using with a Vodafone SIM. I guess this device wasn't locked?





 

 

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  #929552 8-Nov-2013 16:01
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So the same dev that ported Windows Phone 7 to HD2, now has a HTC One...  


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  #929574 8-Nov-2013 16:34
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macuser: So the same dev that ported Windows Phone 7 to HD2, now has a HTC One...  



I've been following that, will be good to play around with Windows on the One but for now I have something better...




Just got this booting up a few minutes ago, built from source with some CM device commits. Also using the GEL from the Nexus 5 dump. The 'Launcher3' AOSP launcher is the same but with swipe right for Google Now and has the old JB icons.

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  #929598 8-Nov-2013 17:00
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bradstewart:
macuser: So the same dev that ported Windows Phone 7 to HD2, now has a HTC One...  



I've been following that, will be good to play around with Windows on the One but for now I have something better...




Just got this booting up a few minutes ago, built from source with some CM device commits. Also using the GEL from the Nexus 5 dump. The 'Launcher3' AOSP launcher is the same but with swipe right for Google Now and has the old JB icons.

 

 

 

Waiting on 4.4 for the GPe :) - my 4.4 from the N5 killed my battery, so reverted back to 4.3 apks

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  #929614 8-Nov-2013 17:25
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macuser:
bradstewart:
macuser: So the same dev that ported Windows Phone 7 to HD2, now has a HTC One...  



I've been following that, will be good to play around with Windows on the One but for now I have something better...




Just got this booting up a few minutes ago, built from source with some CM device commits. Also using the GEL from the Nexus 5 dump. The 'Launcher3' AOSP launcher is the same but with swipe right for Google Now and has the old JB icons.
  Waiting on 4.4 for the GPe :) - my 4.4 from the N5 killed my battery, so reverted back to 4.3 apks


The reason for that was the Google Play Services that had to installed from the N5 factory image to get things working. I removed it when I was on 4.3 and then was prompted to install a newer version from the Play Store which fixed the battery drain for me.

Everything on my 4.4 build is working perfectly except the IR. Going to enable ART and see what kind of difference that makes.

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Hi Guys just got my Telecom 4G SIM, but it doesn't automatically connect to 4G is there some thing need to install first? Mine is 801s..

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  #931572 12-Nov-2013 16:04
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My GPe'd One has been showing LTE since i got up this morning :D

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