HTC One

Latest leak purportedly the same as the eventual OTA update

A complete functioning version of Android 4.3 with Sense 5.0 for the AT&T version of the HTC One has surfaced, and to many people's liking it seems to be a near final build of the software. Following reports from an insider that Android 4.3 updates for US versions of the One are on their way in the coming weeks, the leak of this complete RUU (or separate flashable ROM and radio) of the latest update gives many folks hope that the official OTA isn't far behind.

Between this leak and previous information and leaks of the firmware for various versions of the phone, we have to think that the official update can't be far away now, provided that the US carriers get on board with the program.

If you're willing to tinker around with your AT&T HTC One and want an early taste of what Android 4.3 could look like on the handset, head to the source link below. Just be sure to proceed with caution and know what you're getting into before you click — nobody likes a bricked phone.

Source: RootzWiki

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Android 4.3 with Sense 5.0 RUU for the AT&T HTC One leaks out

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Good to see HTC and the carriers pulling their fingers out.
Time for HTC to start trying to lead when it comes to updates

From what I understand there aren't any changes to Sense until the One phablet is released with Sense 5.5 and then the other One Models (except the One S) will also be updated.

Colors, Processor, Camera... Boy oh boy! I'm so excited I could just shit!

Go troll elsewhere, we love our phone, go make love to yours.

The only thing the 5S has going for it is a 64-bit SoC and a fingerprint-sensor.

Other than that, it's just the same iPhone from last year.

So a newer phone gets newer hardware...I would feel really bad for iphone users (no not really) if it didn't. Other than that I don't see anything that I would consider a feature worth putting in an article.

After watching the Apple event I think the only nice feature is the slow motion video ability, but it's something I'd likely never use. Camera quality is low on my list. As long as it's adequate, that's all I need.

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I've owned androids phones from every OEM and I find HTC the least buggy and most stable updates. Samsung is the worse, sometimes Samsung updates do more harm than good.

+ wrong.

The carriers additions cause most of the bugs. I am not just talking samsung either.

On that front though, samsung bugs are annoying but htcs cripple features

Sent from my wifes phone. Typos are because I hate her keyboard choices. Her bad

The iPhone is just old news ...they bring nothing new to the table ..same old screen size...which I can't even read anymore ...afraid to say iPhone 5 was my last ....android partnered with HTC and Samsung....is just so refreshing to use now ..and buttery smooth too...

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Yes, we know what those are.

- They're excellent writing tools
- They can be used to make lists
- People use them on a resume
- Used in most cooking recipes
- Not the same as ellipses

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So excited for my HTC One. Hopefully we'll get some 4.3 love on Sprint soon.

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If AT&T beats Sprint to the punch, I'll be shocked. Sprint's track record is excellent.

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Hopefully the dev edition gets its update soon then. I'd be shocked if any carrier branded One got it before the dev edition/unlocked edition gets it.

They are all getting it at the same time. HTC said so itself. The dev/unlocked will get it at the same time as the Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon versions. So do some research.

I hope so too!!! @BoB, if it's a hardware issue then I have yet to see one on Sprint without the "hardware issue." I had mine replaced and it had the purple issues both times. Also, the shade of the purple changes with each setting/app so HOPEFULLY it is a software issue.

Nice update leak but I've been on this update for a while bring in sense 5.5

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I love my HTC One. It's the best Android I've owned including my Nexus. Hopefully the new update keeps the same stability and integration with new features.

Cannot wait! My HTC is awesome, but i miss some of the features on my Nexus 7.

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What features could you miss coming from a Nexus? The One has everything plus. I switched from the Nexus 4 to HTC One, and I could not be happier. The dialer on the Nexus is a joke, as are the contacts and email apps.

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