HTC One Max

The Verizon HTC One Max KitKat update has started rolling out, with users in the Android Central forums downloading it right now.

The One Max already had Sense 5.5, so the user facing changes shouldn't be too noticable, but the update to Android 4.4.2 brings along all of the new APIs from Google, such as immersive mode and the new web views.

To check for your update, go to the Settings, choose About, then Software updates.

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cowboys2000 says:

Updates are always nice.

Still waiting on S4 update !

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jwebsta32 says:


slinky826 says:

As well as the G2's update.

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NEmickeyfan says:


FortTech101 says:

Why didn't Android Central tell about the Sprint update?

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DWR_31 says:

Can Verizon customers use Google Wallet now?

Just playing..,
But no. I really would like to know.

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Noah0504 says:

Yep! I was able to use it the last few months I had my Galaxy Nexus as well. I think it was something Google did that actually made it work. Either way, you should be able to.

Wobblin30 says:

Gigantic phone but ran well and had an excellent battery. Would like to see a 2nd version with a pen.

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jimbo says:

Perhaps you'll see the Nexus 6 manufactured HTC as well as the Nexus 7 (2014).

I think the stylus will remain with the Note lovers.

carraser891 says:

anyone else but me not care about updates anymore. I feel like anything past 4.2 is good enough... until it's time to get a new phone

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Warrenisit says:

Same here. I still like updates but I'm not drooling over them like I used to. Understandably, they used to bring much bigger changes with each update though.

luniboy26 says:

Yup, not much of a reason to need an update at this point until the do another drastic UI change

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Raptor007 says:

Still no update on the GS4 or GN3. Gotta wonder WTF is Verizon's problem. Oh that's right they don't make money on updates so they make you wait until long, long, long after every other carrier is done.

BB_Bmore says:

Although in this case it seems more like a Samsung problem than a Verizon problem, also HTC has done a fine job getting these updates out.


truckroot says:

Yup. Glad I left them. They would rather have u buy a new phone than push out timely updates.

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