08-14-2013 5:30 AM - edited 08-14-2013 5:31 AM
They will be selling the HTC withKey Lime Pie stock before ATT sends out the 4.2.2 update lol.
08-14-2013 6:17 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to the HTC One, I always wondered who was the genius at HTC to make the decision to release a high-end phone with outdated software.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.
Ya but the Verizon Gs3 4.1.2 Update Doesn't include multi-window unlike the AT&T build so meh i would rather wait and get everything then Get it first and get the gimped version
08-19-2013 8:26 AM
Looks like HTC is going to push 4.3 to the US and skip 4.2.2. Won't be seeing it until September or later I guess from what I see posted. Oh well, I'm looking forward to the HTC tweaks.
08-19-2013 8:42 AM
08-19-2013 8:49 AM