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  # 1118840 31-Aug-2014 09:37
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Telecom here and no update either.

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  # 1125644 10-Sep-2014 11:32
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On 2Degrees and have an update to 4.4.3 available this morning.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1125645 10-Sep-2014 11:33
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Nothing on Telecom...

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  # 1125672 10-Sep-2014 12:01
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macdroid: On 2Degrees and have an update to 4.4.3 available this morning.


Just checked. Same here.

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  # 1125721 10-Sep-2014 13:00
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I've got an HTC-1M8 running on 4.4.3 having been updated OTA. My original HTC-One is running 4.4.2: is there an OTA update to 4.4.3 for the HTC-One's? I keep checking on wifi but keeps getting No update available for your phone".

I was on Telecom-now-Spark but am now on Vodafone, so I don't have a SIM card in the HTC-One. I assume the OTA updates are managed and controlled by the service providers?


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  # 1125762 10-Sep-2014 14:01

Indio: I've got an HTC-1M8 running on 4.4.3 having been updated OTA. My original HTC-One is running 4.4.2: is there an OTA update to 4.4.3 for the HTC-One's? I keep checking on wifi but keeps getting No update available for your phone".

I was on Telecom-now-Spark but am now on Vodafone, so I don't have a SIM card in the HTC-One. I assume the OTA updates are managed and controlled by the service providers?



OTA updates are managed and rolled out by the phone manufacturer, they just send them to the network operators to test to make sure they work on the network.

If your phone was originally from Telecom, it will continue to receive updates at the same time as other Telecom units, regardless of the SIM you put in it. :)




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  # 1125764 10-Sep-2014 14:07
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NikT:
Indio: I've got an HTC-1M8 running on 4.4.3 having been updated OTA. My original HTC-One is running 4.4.2: is there an OTA update to 4.4.3 for the HTC-One's? I keep checking on wifi but keeps getting No update available for your phone".

I was on Telecom-now-Spark but am now on Vodafone, so I don't have a SIM card in the HTC-One. I assume the OTA updates are managed and controlled by the service providers?



OTA updates are managed and rolled out by the phone manufacturer, they just send them to the network operators to test to make sure they work on the network.

If your phone was originally from Telecom, it will continue to receive updates at the same time as other Telecom units, regardless of the SIM you put in it. :)


This.
So you just need Wi-Fi. There is a hold up with the NZ/AU M7s because VF AU found a bug and sent it back to HTC. No revised ETA as yet.




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  # 1125765 10-Sep-2014 14:12
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Thanks NikT and Dingbatt.



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  # 1126095 10-Sep-2014 20:26
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So I just checked my phone (spark) and the 4.4.3 update has appeared. I have a bit of work to do putting the stock recovery etc back and doing a nandroid before installing though. At least I'll download it.




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  # 1126096 10-Sep-2014 20:29
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Yep, got it on mine as well (M7 on Spark). Downloading now...

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  # 1126097 10-Sep-2014 20:31
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Downloading mine too.... On Spark.



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  # 1126121 10-Sep-2014 21:21
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Funny thing is I just checked the VF AU support page and they are still showing it as waiting for feedback from HTC.

Anyway I am installing the update, but it is like watching paint dry.




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  # 1126125 10-Sep-2014 21:30
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Dingbatt: Funny thing is I just checked the VF AU support page and they are still showing it as waiting for feedback from HTC.


a) they could be just a bit slow to update their web page or b) the other carriers might still have approved it for release. Updates *can* be released carrier by carrier, remember.

Fwiw, I've got no update showing for my VF NZ M7. I know that VF have a centralised testing lab for the Asia/Pacific region, so it's possible that a red flag from VF AU could also delay update rollout VF NZ also.


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  # 1126156 10-Sep-2014 22:07
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Dingbatt: Funny thing is I just checked the VF AU support page and they are still showing it as waiting for feedback from HTC.

Anyway I am installing the update, but it is like watching paint dry.

Thanks for the heads-up: my HTC-OneM7 is now on 4.4.3



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  # 1126160 10-Sep-2014 22:14
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Right. All done. Rocking 6.11.980.7 now. Had to re-enable root and Xposed but all seems okay now.




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