HTC One S Heartbleed fix

A quick heads up for those of you sporting the HTC One S on T-Mobile, or EVO 4G LTE on Sprint. Be on the lookout for a system update that'll patch the OpenSSL "Heartbleed" bug. It's a small update and takes just a minute or two to install. But it's one you don't want to skip.

More: HTC One S forums, EVO 4G LTE forums

There are 12 comments

Blaize19 says:

Thanks for the head's up! Didn't think we were gonna get one.

Posted via my HTC One S using the Android Central App

paul8213 says:

I will definitely update, but I'll be very PISSED if this patch removes my ability to install non-market apps

icyrock1 says:

I doubt it. Side loading is a part of android.

paul8213 says:

Update: My T-Mobile HTC One S is in a permanent REBOOT CYCLE! FML

paul8213 says:

Don't update unless you want to factory reset!

weirdroid says:

Huh? It took two minutes and everything is fine on my Evo LTE.

Are you still running 4.1 on your Evo LTE?!

weirdroid says:

Yes and its still the pefect device for me.

Why not upgrade to 4.3? So many new features and awesomeness.

Sorry jumping into ! But I want to upgrade my T mobile HTC one s 4.1.1 to 4.3. Can you guide me how to upgrade it!

Sorry, the HTC One S cannot be upgraded to 4.3 due to the lack of support from HTC. If you are rooted, you should look around online though.

weirdroid says:

I heard a lot of rough stories about upgrading to 4.3 with the HTC ruu. I also spent a couple weeks with a M7 last year and the only thing I really liked better about the OS was the settings widgets in the notification area, but I'm good enough with the old power control widget. 4.3 took away some things l like such as landscape lock and launch screens when docked and the menu button option.