European HTC One getting second KitKat update with Wifi fix

HTC has begun rolling out a second Android 4.4.2-based over-the-air update for the 2013 HTC One (M7) to some European customers. Today's 205MB update to version 4.19.401.11 follows the withdrawal of the earlier KitKat update due to "difficulties" experienced by some users. Today's OTA changelog references "support for more routers," suggesting incompatibility with certain Wifi equipment may have led to the earlier ROM being pulled.

In any case, European HTC One owners in certain regions — including Nordic countries, which tend to get new software first — should now be able to update to the new ROM by heading to Settings > About phone > Software updates. As always, other regions and carrier-branded phones may have a little longer to wait.

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  • Just got it and there's another change that I noticed immediately. At least on my phone the sim toolkit app is no longer present in the drawer, which is a relief, as it was the only app that kept popping up after each reboot, even if you hid it every time.
  • Where abouts are you ? And what network my friend ? Posted via Android Central App
  • I'm in Slovenia on the Mobitel provider.
  • Well, here's me with egg on my face. The application is back... >_>
  • just received update on Vodafone in UK Posted via Android Central App
  • Nothing on sim free in UK Posted from the ONE
  • This update is rolling out in Netherlands also at the moment.
  • I got an update on my Developer Edition in the States. -dN
  • I see the update but when i try to download it, it fails, it says that the update is corrupted and it doesn't download. Also i've noticed that the update in my phone has 308 MB not as shown in the picture. What can be my problem?
  • Update is ready from Slovakia
  • Do you see any improvement after this update for battery life?