HTC has released the Android 5.0 Lollipop kernel source for the HTC One M7 Developer Edition on its developer site. The download file size is 558 MB and should help app developers in their efforts to find bugs on their Lollipop software.
HTC has commenced the rollout of Lollipop for the One M7 in Europe. According to a tweet published by Jeff Gordan, Senior Global Online Communications Manager at HTC, those who own the smartphone in Europe will be receiving Android 5.0 shortly, following on from the rollout to developer and unlocked handsets elsewhere.
HTC has confirmed that the over-the-air Android 5.0 Lollipop update is now rolling out to the developer and unlocked editions of the HTC One M7. Lollipop is already rolling out for the Sprint version of the phone.
If you own the HTC One M7 and are waiting for Sprint to roll out Lollipop, you'll not have to wait much longer as reports are coming in that handsets are receiving the OTA update. Just as Sprint shared yesterday, the rollout commenced this morning and Lollipop should be hitting your One M7 soon enough.
Posted by Dan Thorp-Lancaster on 4 Feb 2015 4:31 pm
HTC One M7 owners on Sprint are about to get a sweet treat. HTC's Mo Versi took to Twitter today to announce that the company has received technical approval for Android 5.0 Lollipop for the device, and it should start rolling out tomorrow, February 5.
Posted by Dan Thorp-Lancaster on 30 Jan 2015 5:56 pm
After releasing Lollipop for the M8 on a few Canadian carriers just yesterday, HTC has announced today that it won't be able to hit the promised 90-day window for a rollout to some carrier versions of the HTC One M8 and One M7.
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 14 Nov 2014 4:37 am
HTC's Mo Versi indicated on Twitter that the vendor is targeting Lollipop rollout to GPe devices from next week. Versi, however, failed to mention whether the One M8 or last year's One M7 would receive the update first.
90 days from now, owners of the HTC One M7 and the HTC One M8 will both be upgraded to Google's latest Android release — Lollipop. Though not entirely new news, the fact was confirmed today by HTC's Mo Versi on Twitter, the same day that Google has started to release its Android Lollipop code. HTC had promised in the past of timely Android updates, and the 90-day window definitely is part of...
Sprint is rolling out a new software update for the HTC One M7 on its network, which contains bug fixes, enhancements, and Google security improvements. The update brings the software version to 5.05.651.2 and clocks in at 325.18 MB.
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 15 Jul 2014 5:13 pm
While Google may have discontinued some of the original Google Play edition devices, that doesn't mean they just vanished, or went in a hole along with some Atari cartridges. Case in point — Expansys seems to have acquired enough of them to offer this great little sale to the public.
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 30 Jun 2014 4:11 am
HTC has already committed to bringing Android L to its devices within 90 days of the code going live, but that doesn't mean that the Taiwanese manufacturer is not focused on the current version of Android.
If you've been lusting over the real 24 carat gold HTC One M7 since we went hands on with back in October, we have some potentially good news for you. HTC UK is hosting a contest and one lucky individual will be able to collect one of the sought after devices by simply following @HTC_UK on Twitter and retweeting their contest posts.
Just like folk residing in Canada, those who own the HTC One M7 in Australia will be able to take full advantage of a Sense 6 update now rolling out on both Vodafone and Optus. The upgrade refreshes the user interface across the entire smartphone, providing an updated Blinkfeed, overhauled camera app, and more. HTC has also done some housework around the device with moving apps onto Google Play...
AT&T has joined Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile by offering a Sense 6 update to their HTC One M7. Some of our people in the forums have already spotted the rollout on their devices, and marks the last of the major American carriers to get the update. Worldwide, we've already seen this update come to Canada and Europe.
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 31 May 2014 5:10 am
If you're rocking AT&T's version of the HTC One M7 and are eagerly waiting to make the switch to Sense 6, we have some good news. A HTC executive has announced that users AT&T One M7 users will start receiving HTC's latest UI starting next week.
Sprint is rolling out an update to the HTC One M7 which brings a bunch of its software features up to date with the M8, namely with the inclusion of the Sense 6 interface. The native TV, camera app, and Blinkfeed are also getting an upgrade as a part of the rollout.
If you're rocking a HTC One M7, and you're in Europe then you might want to start looking for an update to Sense 6 that could be headed your way. We're hearing reports that unlocked devices in various parts of the continent are starting to see the update hit including the UK where we've verified it on our own M7.
If you're the owner of an original HTC One M7 and wondering when T-Mobile will be rolling out the Sense 6 update to your device, we have some good news. The rollout has already begun and if you've not seen the update arrive on your device as of yet, you should now be able to check for system updates and find v5.14.531.1 available.
The unlocked and developer editions of the HTC One M7 are getting an update to install Sense 6 today. The update comes after Canadian One M7 owners received an update to do the same earlier this week. The update weighs in at 668MB and brings a lot of what we've come to love about Sense 6 on the HTC One M8 to the year-old original One.
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