Last month, HTC started rolling out the Android 4.4.2 (KitKat) update to last year’s HTC One, but halted the rollout due to users in the UK experiencing difficulties with the update. Now the Taiwanese phone maker has started rolling out the update again to the handset.
HTC UK announced, “HTC is focused on providing timely software updates for both HTC Sense™ innovation and major Google Android™ releases. In an effort to bring transparency to this process, we will be marking the steps of preparation and our progress, by device and carrier.”
According to the page, the update has been pushed to unlocked or SIM-free versions of the handset. Network operators Vodafone, O2, and Three have also begun to roll out the update to the HTC One. The update is still under integration with EE.
The page also says that Android 4.4 (KitKat) for the HTC One Mini and HTC One Max in the UK is under integration, meaning the update will be pushed to these devices soon.
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