Verizon HTC One

Enhancements in stability and accessibility included

Verizon's variant of the HTC One may have launched with a newer version of software than the other US carriers, but it is still in need of some improvements and is receiving an OTA update starting today. The update to software version 1.10.605.10 has three main changelog components:

  • Device lock-ups have been reduced
  • Internet accessibility for the visually impaired is now supported
  • Update to ISIS Mobile Wallet

The update to ISIS Mobile Wallet probably isn't valuable to just about anyone, but improvements in accessibility and overall system stability are always welcomed. Keep on the lookout for the OTA prompt on your own Verizon HTC One, and chime in in the forums once you've received the update to let other members know how things go.

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Source: Verizon

 
There are 32 comments

ne0ne says:

I love my HTC one. Was running gpe Rom until I picked up the Moto X. Now I'll enjoy skinless android over there and sense 5 on 4.3 on my htc one.

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BoB16731 says:

And that has what to do with this

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ne0ne says:

Just glad to see carriers pushing updates. Singing the htc one praises.

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NoNexus says:

wait the Moto X is skinless?

Wait your serious?

Let me laugh at you a bit harder.

It is close but it is not vanilla

blessedred says:

Pretty much is skinless if you don't use their features so stfu you have no right to laugh at him.

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ne0ne says:

It's darn close. Minus active notifications and touchless control and you are looking at pretty much stock android all around. Yeah there is the Motorola assist app, but when you compare it to TouchWiz or Sense it could be considered skinless.

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ne0ne says:

It could be compared IMO to a GPE. Go ahead and laugh at me while I enjoy a pretty pure android experience on the Moto X.

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Bwahahahaha says:

NoNexus has already proven to be a total jackass time and time again... pay no attention to that troll

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ibcop says:

Just a fancy way of saying they are adding more bloat ware. Lol

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bluesun3030 says:

This couldn't have waited for the 4.3 OTA? I haven't seen much of any reports of users having device lock-ups. A timely release to add more ISIS bloatware, thanks Verizon.

codiusprime says:

I'm pretty sure the Verizon One already has 4.3.

Edit: I'm mistaken, it's on 4.2. My bad. I personally would rather them push out updates when they're ready instead of waiting. Just me though.

the1m.polo says:

People people people.... Smh..

if the carrier knows about bugs and they sit back and do nothing...
You complain...
If they update the phone to fix the bugs, but its not the update you want..
You complain...
Be happy the phone is being serviced!

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Habiib says:

THANK YOU!!!!!!

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codiusprime says:

You have to realize that in a lot of people's minds (most of them not even Verizon subscribers) Verizon can do no right.

the1m.polo says:

Oh yeah i know... Lol... They ignore when Verizon does many things right.. And Verizon gets lambasted when they do something questionable... Which in many situations other carriers do the same thing... AC is full of Verizon haters...
I get that Verizon isn't the most hacker/ phone geek friendly carrier.. But my coverage is more important than anything... Hate on that!! ... Lol

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Exactly what I say. At the moment, I can't unlock the bootloader on my S4 which sucks because I love rooting and installing custom ROMs, the whole bit. But then again, the S4 is already an incredible phone, and I can't complain about Verizon because their service is top notch!

matthwo8 says:

Saw this first part of the headline and thought for a split sec HTFD 4.3 already!? Fail. Haven't really had any issues with the phone so not sure if the update is worth the bother. If anyone finds a good reason to update. Please let me know!

Abionic says:

None of the things I need, what I want will happen when hell freezes over, or when root excess finally happens, whichever comes first.

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Motorola Droid Bionic Has Been Stolen and has been recovered! Yey!

HybridCat says:

Does this mean Verizon Wireless will be the last carrier to push 4.3 to HTC One?

n8hall says:

Most certainly.

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HybridCat says:

I hope you're wrong.

The employee at the Verizon Wireless corporate store told me that Verizon usually gets OTA updates faster than other carriers. :(

codiusprime says:

You mean an employee at a company that has a vested interest in you buying and using their services lied about an easily verifiable fact?

Well I never.

KTMKTM says:

Sorry but either they lied or don't know any better. Untrue. One example of many is the VZW Galaxy Nexus being notoriously late to receive updates by many months compared to the same models on other carriers.

mazda3racer says:

It is my experience that VZW employees are woefully ignorant on just about every aspect of their technology. I do not expect anymore from them beyond ringing up my order.

SpookDroid says:

So device lock-ups have been reduced... Reduced. Not eliminated. Reduced.

Holy Telephone Crap, Wattman!

n8hall says:

Bet you anything this is an update to fix the high-pitched ringing problem many Verizon One owners are complaining about daily. Hopefully.

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This is bullshit. Should have included this in the 4.3 update. Now were really not going to get it for another 6 months.

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Eric379 says:

Maybe by the time my plan is up for renewal in November they'll have my HTC One with 4.3 ready to go! I've already picked the phone, and the accessories, and even come to grips with giving up my unlimited data plan, and I'm only about 7 weeks away... Nobody better come out with a phone I might like better before then! LOL

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Allen Lee1 says:

well...at least it's better than nothing I guess. still haven't received my update yet and yes I checked to see if I pull it instead of it pushed out to my phone.

ardnaszavi says:

Just got 4.3 on my Rogers One! So happy

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RobRud says:

The update deleted all my wifi passwords.

matthwo8 says:

Update didn't affect my WiFi. So far tho really no noticeable changes.