This tablet has a kitkat update . yes 4.4.2 is available. Just a heads up and warning to you. The update is a problem the problem is with the WiFi just crashing every 10 minutes. Haven't seen a fix for it can't downgrade and have to say if you have a 4.2.2 still working Dont do the update just yet .
hi, I finally received the ota update for 4.1 on my ns4g today, but when the phone reboot to bootloader to install the update, i realize that i needed to backup something, so i cancelled the install. after i did the backup, when i went back to check for update again, i dont get the ota update any more. does any now know how i can get the ota update back? thanks a million....
Sprint’s HTC One variant is expected to see an update today, as was confirmed by Sprint’s website. The update is 1.31.651.2 and includes an “HD Voice enhancement,” and allows Sprint’s ringtones to show up in the ringtones list. Some bug fixes are expected to be included as well.
Owners of the HTC One in Canada should begin to receive the Android 4.3 update starting today. Early last week the company’s flagship device started to receive the update in Taiwan and today it turns out that Rogers, TELUS, Bell, and Virgin Mobile are all pushing the update to the handset.
Google is hard at work today releasing updates for some of its apps, one of them being the Google Wallet app that received an update earlier today bringing the new “Orders” feature. Now it looks like Google Translate is next in line to receive an update.
The new update improves the stability of the app and fixes bugs and crashes.
Good news for you T-Mobile HTC One S owners. A new update has been readied by T-Mo and they’ve begun to push out version 1.84.531.2.710RD to all handsets beginning today. The update is being delivered via the OTA (over the air) method and T-Mobile sates that you wont be able to force the download yourself. Looks like you will just have to be patient on this one.
I had my Huawei Activa for about four months now and on Monday it said there would be an important enhancement for it, as it was installing the update it said FOTA error so i took it to a Metro PCS and all they did was a factory reset and it didn't reset anything at all. So today I noticed that i needed to update some apps so I removed some apps so i could update them.
Yesterday, I received a notification of a system update. I was a bit surprised as I wasn't aware that an update was in the pipeline. Anyway, the operating system itself hasn't changed - I was already running 2.3.5 and I'm still running 2.3.5. The software number on my Wildfire S now reads 220.127.116.11 but I don't know what it was beforehand. My HTC Sense version is 2.1.