KitKat update for HTC One pushing to AT&T customers now

HTC has made good on getting the newest version of Android on to its current flagship, the HTC One. If you are an AT&T subscriber, you should be receiving the notification shortly.

The Android 4.4.2 update should bring better overall performance along with goodies that HTC has thrown into the mix thanks to an updated Sense 5.5 user interface.

BlinkFeed has a new menu which will give you quicker access to content. Also, location settings have been refined which should offer the opportunity to enhance battery life. The list shows which apps are using location settings so you can see which ones might be affecting battery performance the most.

The photo gallery has been updated too, allowing faster access to photos that are connected with social networking or the cloud. There is also a new do-not-disturb feature joining the fray. There have been some changes to the music application, widgets are easier to add to home screens, and HTC has bolstered the photo software for better low-light performance.

Has your AT&T HTC One received the KitKat update yet?

Thanks Harrison for the tip!



1. Maxim6194

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2. maulgandhi unregistered

O C'mon, Samsung flagship devices are the only ones without updates. LG beat Samsung. LG is less likely to update their phones. First HTC, now LG..Wow. Still cant believe. samsung you losing a lot of customers. never buying Samsung again. Go nexus GO nexus Go nexus!!! Samsung is making the same mistake what htc did couple of years ago; releasing too many phones, and not updating on time. HTC is back on track to become no.1 again.

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