02-23-2014 9:54 AM - edited 02-23-2014 9:55 AM
Got up this morning and hit the check for updates and it's downloading on my HTC One now! FINALLY
I'm in Sacramento.
02-23-2014 2:00 PM
got the update today and all sorts of issues. Slow response. Phone locks up. Apps dont load. App updates freeze. need to constantly restart to get it to come back to life.
I think I should have waited....
02-23-2014 5:29 PM - edited 02-23-2014 5:31 PM
Us Note 3, S3, S4 sStill waiting on AT&T for ours. 619.9mbs Some reporting Problems just so you know.
02-23-2014 9:10 PM
02-24-2014 6:27 AM
My HTC One still has not been able to update. I have tried to change the date and reboot. Does anyone have anyother options?
02-24-2014 7:14 AM
You need to manually check for the software update that is how I also got it last night which took 10 minutes to download. I was expecting it to take much longer but seems the At&t server's were not over loaded.
After the updated I wished HTC had kept the battery icon level in Green and not changed it to white.
The home screen has way too much stuff in white now which seems to be overkill to look at it.
02-24-2014 7:28 AM
Is there a manual download to update the phone using the computer? I did have to do this to move it to 4.3 but I haven't seen anything documented yet.
02-24-2014 7:38 AM
Regarding the overkill of white color seems that came from Google directly with kitkat. I wish Google had left the colors alone or at least HTC could of had done some customization for the battery and etc.
02-24-2014 11:29 AM - edited 02-24-2014 11:29 AM
I've been playing with my HTC One since the update to KitKat and notice the screen after the update was too bright. Finally switched on auto brightness and it seems to have fixed the issue for now. Anyone else noticed the screen being too bright? I have a feeling there is an issue wtih Kitkat since 4.3 didn't have this issue and I wasn't using auto brightness I had the HTC One set to a default set brightness level.
02-26-2014 9:55 AM
After the 4.4.2 update on my wife's and my HTC Ones, they were no longer able to connect to WiFi. Found solution on the web: In the Advance setting of WiFi (go to settings, WiFi, then click on the 3 dots menu on upper right hand of screen), click on WiFi Direct and change the phone name to HTC One (may be case sensitive, haven't tested). Once I made this change on each of the phones, they connected with no problems.
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