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[Discussion] HTC One - Updates

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The purpose of this thread is to provide a singular location to talk about all updates for all regions. There is no need to create a new thread for every update for every region. Just discuss it here in this thread

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The newest firmware out is: 7.19.401.2

The changelog:

This update includes important enhancements and bug fixes, including:

System Update
  • Android 5.0.2 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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What do you find annoying about the menu bar?
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What do you find annoying about the menu bar?

The 3 dot menu bar at the bottom of the screen because facebook refuse to adhere to google's guidelines for designing an android app.
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Oh yeah, I use the Xposed framework and MoDaCo's Tookit to solve that issue. Here is hope its not present in 4.2.2.
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Oh yeah, I use the Xposed framework and MoDaCo's Tookit to solve that issue. Here is hope its not present in 4.2.2.

If it is you might see a grown man cry and that ain't a pretty sight lol

My only concern about rooting and going to 4.2.2 that way would be if anything goes wrong would it still be possible to downgrade by using the main ver hack on the toolkit as I have previously done.
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The 3 dot menu bar at the bottom of the screen because facebook refuse to adhere to google's guidelines for designing an android app.

Is it actually solved in the official update by htc? Or just custom roms

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Is it actually solved in the official update by htc? Or just custom roms

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According to mike1986 you can now press and hold home for menu and swipe up for google now so yes it should now be fixed.
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