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[Q] Get OTA Updates Back?

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23rd May 2014, 11:29 PM   |  #11  
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Because it's the carriers that push out the OTAs.

Why did you roll back to 4.1.2 from 4.3?

Various reasons. I hate the company logo on the cellphone and bloatware, and I installed GPE to my HTC One for development
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23rd May 2014, 11:35 PM   |  #12  
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Various reasons. I hate the company logo on the cellphone and bloatware, and I installed GPE to my HTC One for developing

Why not just run a later DE RUU and then flash the latest OTA?
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Why not just run a later DE RUU and then flash the latest OTA?

Especially for 4.4.2, HTC official release was a bit longer than GPE (1month?) and I need to verify and fix some apps with 4.4.2 issues.
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