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  1. Hillmon

    Hillmon Member

  2. gibbs1984

    gibbs1984 Well-Known Member

    4.2.2 official has been released, will probably start seeing the OTA's soon.
  3. MoshuXXL

    MoshuXXL Member

    I've installed 4.2.2 yesterday. CID_032 Romania
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  4. henryka

    henryka Member

    I got 4.2.2 today (Norway)
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  5. BerntBalchen

    BerntBalchen Member

    Same here :) There was one little update first so it could handle the 4.2.2, but all went well. This update did not do anything with the LTE problem i have. But i know they are working on it. And its still on 5.0 HTC sense.
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  6. EarlyMon

    EarlyMon The PearlyMon Moderator

    Not sure if this is common knowledge, thought I'd mention it -

    Cult of Android: How To Hide The Virtual Menu Button On Your HTC One With Android 4.2.2. http://goo.gl/mag/clsocy7
  7. valeschumi

    valeschumi Member

    Philippines got the update yesterday, ok sofar
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  8. ajeet

    ajeet Active Member

    From Malaysia, got the update last night (12 hours ago).
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  9. JKOH

    JKOH Member

    From Singapore, finally got my update last night.
    You will get a small update to fix a bug and after that the 4.2.2.:)
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  10. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    The update has just arrived for my phone (UK, unbranded).

    Going to take a nandroid before applying it (been using temp recovery to keep the option).
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  11. danski

    danski Well-Known Member

    Yup, I checked my unbranded One this morning, had a small update first to fix a bug allowing a updates, checked again after it retsrted and 4.2.2 now downloading...

    I`m in UK too.
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  12. Paul25

    Paul25 Well-Known Member Contributor

    HTC One Update to Android 4.2.2 available in the UK.
    The Jellybean 4.2.2. update for the HTC One started rolling out in the UK from today. Download it now: Settings > About > Software Updates > Check now
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  13. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    And with one small settings change the three dot menu bar is gone :)

    Info for rooters: the 4.2.2 update also updates your bootloader. You'll still be able to use the HTCDev unlock (I expect), but you will not be able to use revone to gain S-Off, and probably not moonshine either (not confirmed - the XDA thread for that is very quiet).

    This may change in future, but right now if you are interested in S-Off do it before accepting this update, as you won't be able to after.

    (Further discussion of this should be taken to All Things Root).
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  14. MartinS

    MartinS Well-Known Member

    Just checked again and got the bug fix. Hopefully the update will follow.

    EDIT: Yes downloading 4.2.2


    Although it seems to lose Google Keyboard. Still shows up in the market but disappeared on the phone. I can open the app from the market but when I press "enable in settings" it's not there...
  15. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    One funny little effect I've just noticed. Apex Pro is very smooth on this device except the zoom out to screen previews was always a bit jerky (especially if triggered by tapping the home key rather than pinching). Nothing in Apex settings seemed to make much difference, though maybe I didn't try hard enough. Now with 4.2.2 that animation is suddenly extremely smooth. I guess it's some change in the system animations that's responsible, but that's the one flaw in the launcher fixed for me :)
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  16. MartinS

    MartinS Well-Known Member

    Wasn't it 4.2+ where "Project Butter" really came in? This may have helped the rendering process in Apex...
  17. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    Could be. It was talked about before 4.2, but as I was running Gingerbread back then I wasn't keeping detailed track of the changes :)
  18. marctronixx

    marctronixx Moderator Moderator

    SO we don't blow this thread up with "i got it too" posts, just post here if any issues occur or to address any changes. any "i got mine too" posts may be removed just to keep the thread clean.

    Any rooting questions please take those to the rooted section.

    Congrats to all who are getting the update!
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  19. worrasf

    worrasf Member

    HTC one on EE - major software update release today (416.42 MB) - currently downloading

  20. garyr4

    garyr4 New Member

    got my update 6pm yesterday in North East England, smaller update of the two sent my blinkfeed crazy, had to factory reset phone to stop it trying to synchronise constantly and draining the battery, phones just as fast as before, only problem with update is the developers option in settings isn't there anymore, other than that no problems.
  21. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    That's a JB 4.2 feature, not HTC specific.

    It does exist, but you need to use an Easter Egg to enable it (!!??). Go to Settings > About > Software Information > More, and tap repeatedly on "Build number". After a few taps it will start to give you a countdown, and if you keep on tapping you will be told "congratulations, you are now a developer" or words to that effect.

    Once you've done that, the Developer options menu will be back.

    No, I've really no idea who thought this was a good idea...
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  22. garyr4

    garyr4 New Member

    Developer options menu is now back thanks Hadron :). I think somebody
    needs to give there head a shake on this one.
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  23. KOLIO

    KOLIO Guides Guide


    Coincidentally, I stumbled upon this on my HISENSE SERO 7 PRO tablet last night, w/o prior knowledge of this. I was wondering WTH that was all about....... :D
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  24. Mouse1903

    Mouse1903 Member

    Got it yesterday, quick to install. Like the extra information given in the drop down menu, although annoying you have to go through an extra window to switch on the power saver
  25. Hadron

    Hadron Well-Known Member Contributor

    Swings and roundabouts. For those of us who don't change that setting, the advantage is that we no longer have that permanent(*) "power saver" notification cluttering the notification area. Guess it really is impossible to please everyone :(

    Though HTC, if you are reading this: make that power switch panel customisable and maybe you will please everyone :D.

    I find that I do use it, but have kept my previous notification power widget as well, since I can get to that quicker and it has options the HTC one doesn't have. Shame you can't make the power widget the default when you pull the notifications down (an old Desire ROM which had a similar panel, Redux 2, would show the toggles first if there were no non-permanent notifications present, which was quite a good solution).

    (*) Yeah, I know there was a trick to get rid of it until the next reboot. Happy not to have to bother with that now.
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