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Android 5.1 Lollipop now rolling out to the T-Mobile HTCOne M9
If you’ve been waiting for the update to Android 5.1 Lollipop to make its way to your HTC One M9 on T-Mobile, your wait is almost up. Starting today, T-Mobile is rolling out Android 5.1 to One M9 handsets on its network, bringing the software version number up to 2.7.531.6.
The update brings some notable battery improvements to the device, and will also make Google Wallet a pre-installed application from here on out. The One M9 is also receiving a new “Anti-theft” feature, according to the carrier, which Google refers to as factory reset protection in its Android 5.1 changelog. The T-Mobile One M9 already received the big camera-improving update that began rolling out a few months ago, so there likely won’t be many big improvements on this front with the new update.
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This update, which comes in at a hefty 833MB download, is now rolling out to all devices. It might take a few days to make its way to your handset. If you’d like to check manually, head over to your Settings menu, then choose the About tab, and finally check for your update from there. Once this new software version comes to your phone, be sure to let us know how you like it in the comments below!