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    HTC One M7 - Sense 6.0, Android 4.4.3, Stock Kernel - Active
    Google Nexus 10 - Android 4.4.4, Stock Kernel - Active
    Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY - CyanogenMod 11.0, Android 4.4.4, CM 11.0 Kernel - Semi-Active


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4 Interesting, so it was Chrome all along causing the speaker phone problem and not KitKat itself? If so then... I don't have any other noticable problems with the update :p.
3 That seems odd.... Why would the functionality be there in the stock recovery to flash update.zips if you can only do it S-OFF which isn't something that you're even meant to do..... Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk Unless I'm wrong, both...
2 I'm in the UK with CID HTC__001 and I don't mind waiting, it just means by the time we get the update, most of the bugs have been fixed. I rather have a stable update instead of a buggy one. Just change your phone to another version if you want th...
2 As above, follow the guide above. Since you unlocked via the testpoint and there's no fastboot, you need to have your kernels in a .ftf file format. Here's a thread with download links to ftf kernels:
2 For those in the UK, HTC pulled the update: