Originally Posted by djnikko
This could mean, if any DEV's are up 4 a greater challenge is a 4.4.3 GPE ROM Port to the One Max
? Verizon at best will take maybe 1 year or so to send 1million $ to create bloat, s we can spend time taking it off.
HTC One M8, M7, and other Google Play editions receive Android 4.4.3 as HTC posts kernel source
"By now you know Android 4.4.3 is rolling out to a variety of “stock” Android devices. We already told you about the update hitting Motorola devices (X, G, and E) and have received reports of the update arriving for the both the Samsung Galaxy S4 Google Play edition, and HTC One (M7).
Without wasting any time, HTC is now posting the kernel source for, not only the HTC One (M7), but the HTC One M8 as well. This means the M8 should be joining the party any minute now (along with other GPe devices). You can find links to the source code via the link below."
I have a One Max and the One M8 both on Verizon. In the M8 forums they cannot get the GPE roms to work properly on the non-GPE M8's so I doubt it will be attempted for the Max. It would be easier to port the M7 GPE 4.4.3 to the Max since the hardware is almost the same.
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