Thanks to the efforts of a handful of devs on the XDA Forums, you can now install a port of the Android L developer preview on your HTC One (M7). But beware, it’s not quite complete.
A leaked update roadmap shows that HTC will continue to make point releases for some devices and that it is evaluating Android L for several of its handsets.
After rolling out to T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon — AT&T users have reported that the HTC One M7 Sense 6 update is now reaching their devices as well.
Android 4.4.3 is now rolling out to Nexus, Google Play Edition and Motorola devices. You may want to start checking for updates if your device is in line!
Verizon and Sprint have now started to roll out Sense 6 for the HTC One M7.
The HTC One M7 is now starting to see an update to Sense 6.0 in the United States, at least if you happen to own an unlocked or developer edition version of the device.
The HTC One M7 continues to be an amazing smartphone and today it’s getting even better for those who hold a Canadian version. Sense 6.0 is now starting to roll out!
Users of the original HTC One (M7) will not have to upgrade to the new One (M8) or worry about flashing any custom ROMs in order to use HTC’s new Sense 6 Android skin. HTC USA President Jason Mackenzie has announced that Sense 6 will roll out to the original HTC One by the end of May.
BestBoyz News of a red variant of the HTC One (M8) heading to Verizon Wireless made the rounds on Twitter recently and caused some buzz in Twitterland. The leaked information came from Twitter user @evleaks, an acknowledged source of insider information about HTC devices. The all-metal HTC One (M8) currently has three official color variants: Gunmetal Gray, Glacial Silver, and Amber Gold. The rumored red variant will reportedly be known as Glamour Red. Unlike several of previous leaks from @evleaks, this one was not accompanied by any photo or image. Many users would have appreciated such proof of the information’s…
After updating their HTC One to Android 4.4.2 KitKat, some users are reporting that video is now only recording with left channel audio. Fortunately, there’s a workaround.