T-Mobile today announced an update to its HTC One that works on a trio of issues. Here's what's new in software version 1.27.531.11:

  • Software stability
  • LTE and reception
  • Processor enhancements

The update keeps things on Android 4.1.2 — we're not expecting 4.2.2 in the U.S. for a little while still — and weighs in at 247 megabytes.

Source: T-Mobile; more: HTC One forums; Thanks, Steve!


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T-Mobile's HTC One gets fix for LTE data, stability


Ok.. What happened to the galaxy S4 OTA updated file that we were suppose to receive? Verizon and sprint galaxy s4 users received the updated file about less than a month ago.

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"Side load from HTC to Software 1.27.531.11: You can update by connecting your device to your personal computer, and following the steps at the HTC website."

Where is this on HTC's website? It says you can sideload and then leaves you on your own as to where the file is...

Hopefully, if there is a new radio in the update, someone will compile the new baseband into a flashable .zip for us HTC One owners not using stock firmware. (Not that I really need it, as I already have excellent LTE reception in my neighborhood.)

From another forum about this update: Has anyone lost the HDR toggle for their pictures? When I checked, it wasn't there, and according to others on the forum, they have as well. I was wondering if this is something that is happening to everyone, not just a select few. And if so, will we be getting a fix for that.

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Yes, just updated at 2:30 PM CST, and HDR toggle is gone here, too. And I guess it's too late to cast a vote in favor of a semi-transparent Menu bar (30-40%)? Hate that black bar...I can't see those hidden details of my wallpapers! *sniff*

Yep it fixed LTE alright.... Now I get none!.... I am sure they will patch this too.... A/C Rocks!

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