07-06-2013 6:41 PM
Seeing the changes to the HTC One with the 4.2.2 update makes me wonder how long it will take AT&T to send it out for its customers. I'm very excited after seeing all the changes to Sense 5.
Any bets on when it will release?
07-07-2013 1:30 PM
07-07-2013 6:08 PM
07-07-2013 6:31 PM
07-07-2013 9:31 PM
All big carriers are like that. They cannot keep up with all the devices they ever sold, so Google Play editions are the only way out. Turns out, I am not a big fan of phone subsidies. Will try out T-Mobile when my contract runs out.
07-08-2013 8:52 AM
it was just released today and now it's on it's way to the usa it started in Europe and other countries first
07-29-2013 9:02 AM
07-29-2013 12:10 PM
Load of garbage! Please refer to thd S3 threads and the 8 months At&t is holding the update. The answe may be never or may be when the sales of the htc one slow down. From past experience I would say january of 2014.
07-29-2013 12:21 PM
The main reason why U.S. carriers meddle in the update process is to make sure that their bloatware, I mean, carrier-specific apps, function properly with the software updates. After all, it's extremely important that AT&T Navigator and Yellow Pages work, otherwise the update is worthless! With regards to the HTC One, I always wondered who was the genius at HTC to make the decision to release a high-end phone with outdated software.
I wouldn't expect AT&T to issue this update any time soon, as AT&T is known for severe update delays. For instance, all other U.S. carriers have already released the 4.1.2 update for the Samsung Galaxy S3 several months ago. AT&T's version is still stuck on 4.1.1. When questioned about the delay, AT&T keeps pulling out the "testing" excuse. Mind you, a custom ROM based on T-Mobile's official version works flawlessly on AT&T's variant.
After waiting (and waiting....and waiting....) for AT&T to update the Galaxy S3, I made the decision to completely remove the carrier from the update process by purchasing the Galaxy S4 Google Edition. Never again will I allow carriers to block updates.
08-01-2013 7:38 AM
My HTC One has reported a software update. 254.6 mg. Downloading now, not sure what the update is. Will report back after installation.
08-01-2013 9:47 PM
08-06-2013 4:32 PM
When will AT&T be pushing out the update to it's users? (Android 4.2.2 for HTC One)
Can someone from AT&T respond? Realize this may be a long shot but figured I'd try.
Right now, the update is in the UK. HTC One releases it to the carriers and they (carriers) go through the sorce code line by line and add/delete information they want/don't want in the update.
AT&T is known for taking an exorbitant amount of time reviewing update releases...except for Blackberry devices and I have no idea why that is but I still have Blackberry phone.
The 4.2.2 update has been in the UK all July so the US should be seeing it sometime this month I'm guessing.
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