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[Discussion] HTC One M8 - Updates

27th March 2014, 03:46 PM |#1  
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[Discussion] HTC One M8 - Updates
The newest firmware out is: 4.16.401.10

The changelog:

This update includes important enhancements and bug fixes, including:

System Update
  • Android 5.0 Lollipop Update
Lockscreen and Notifications
  • New Lollipop UI style with enhanced privacy features.
Recent Apps
  • Supporting Multiple pages
Addition of search function within settings
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I am on 1.12.161.17 with Vodafone with no OTA download available.
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Originally Posted by paul211b

I am on 1.12.161.17 with Vodafone with no OTA download available.

Paul O'Brien from Modaco apparently got word that HTC disabled the update servers. Made to be going back on today, but I wouldn't hold my breath.

It's pretty annoying. Can't change CID yet ,so don't think getting a stock rom is even a choice.
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I am on 1.12.161.17 with Vodafone with no OTA download available.

Hmm mine is 1.12.61.17. Typo?

I'm on EE in the UK.

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Hmm mine is 1.12.61.17. Typo?

I'm on EE in the UK.

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Just double checked and it is definatly 1.12.161.17 for Vodafone. I get a replacement phone on Thursday due to complaining about the speaker grill not sitting flush so I will check this when it arrives.
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Just double checked and it is definatly 1.12.161.17 for Vodafone. I get a replacement phone on Thursday due to complaining about the speaker grill not sitting flush so I will check this when it arrives.

Operator variants I guess.

Am I right in thinking once we are able to change the CID we can flash a stock ROM?

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Operator variants I guess.

Am I right in thinking once we are able to change the CID we can flash a stock ROM?

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All branded ROMs will have branded CID's which means that all updates come from carriers and not from HTC themselves, we need S-Off. Once we do, we can do anything on the phone.

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