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  Reply # 1000893 7-Mar-2014 16:57
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Telstra have announced the 18th as their targeted release date for 4.4. Should see the others around then as well. For the past two updates, the Telstra and the Optus OTAs have released on the same day.

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  Reply # 1007331 17-Mar-2014 14:14
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NikT: 4.4.2 for the Vodafone HTC One has been network approved as of this morning. Shouldn't be far away now, folks.


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Any update on this, I guess once you've approved it's basically down to HTC but just wondered if they'd told you anything?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1007359 17-Mar-2014 15:04

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NikT: 4.4.2 for the Vodafone HTC One has been network approved as of this morning. Shouldn't be far away now, folks.


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Any update on this, I guess once you've approved it's basically down to HTC but just wondered if they'd told you anything?


Unfortunately, the vendors don't tend to tell us much about their rollout plans once we've approved the software - Samsung, for example, are still waiting to push out a few updates that were approved on this end last year. Working on getting more information out around the general device update process in the future. Hopefully HTC push forward with this one soon. :)




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  Reply # 1007368 17-Mar-2014 15:21
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I would suggest checking for updates tomorrow.

The 18th was the date given by Telstra and Optus for their updates going live.

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  Reply # 1007918 18-Mar-2014 10:11
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Sense6 leaked preview (HTC Sense 6.0 M7):




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  Reply # 1008014 18-Mar-2014 12:11
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bradstewart: I would suggest checking for updates tomorrow.

The 18th was the date given by Telstra and Optus for their updates going live.



Anyone got the 4.4 update at all? Seems to be live for Telstra users now, according to their community site...

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  Reply # 1008021 18-Mar-2014 12:26
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Mines available, but I'm waiting till I'm back in WiFi to download. I'm on Vodafone.

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  Reply # 1008027 18-Mar-2014 12:37
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Downloading now. First attempt failed, said the package was corrupted.

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  Reply # 1008046 18-Mar-2014 12:48
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Downloading now... (Telecom)

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  Reply # 1008047 18-Mar-2014 12:48
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freitasm: Downloading for my HTC One now:





Lol, I checked again myself just after posting and had the update waiting for me also....!

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Reply # 1008050 18-Mar-2014 12:49
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Yep, me too - on grandma Spark

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  Reply # 1008051 18-Mar-2014 12:55
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All done...time to play and see what all the fuss is about.

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  Reply # 1008059 18-Mar-2014 13:07
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Worked the second time. First difference I noticed was the battery icon. Thought I was out of juice!

Does seem a little zippier but that could be from the reboot or just wishful thinking.

Still got red tint in camera...

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  Reply # 1008060 18-Mar-2014 13:08
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I've had it on my (parallel imported, on Voda) HTC One for about a month now ... meh ... no really obvious advantages in my opinion.. 

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