Android 4.2.2 update hits the international version of the HTC One

Android 4.2.2 update hits the international version of the HTC One
The international version of the HTC One has received its update to Android 4.2.2. In addition to the OS update, the phone also received a minor update to Sense 5.0 although it will still go by the same title. One change allows you to long press the home key on the lower right of the device and instead of getting Google Now, you will get the menu key. The app drawer and the dock have been updated and screen saver "Daydream" has been added. You can have it appear during anything you do such as charging or docking.

The update also allows you to work with native Android sound profiles via equalizer controls. Next to the battery level, you can set up the phone to display the percentage of battery life remaining by going to Settings> Power> Show Battery Level.

This update is for the unlocked international model only. Those with an HTC One tied to a particular carrier will just have to wait. The carriers have to test out the update first before they give it the green light.

source: AndroidRevolution via SlashGear

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