Android 4.4.2 Now Rolling Out to the AT&T HTC One, OTA Captured!
Just yesterday, we talked about how Android 4.4.2 had begun rolling out to the T-Mobile HTC One. We also mentioned that a similar update was on its way for the AT&T HTC One in the very near future. Well, that time is now here, as the 4.4.2 update has begun rolling out for AT&T’s variant of the device.
The update, which comes in at software version 4.18.502.7, started rolling out early this morning. As expected, it packs Android 4.4.2 laced with Sense 5.5. Naturally, this is a staged rollout, meaning that not every device will receive the update immediately. However, thanks to XDA Senior Members clsA and smoley, we have a pair of mirrors on AndroidFileHost and Dropbox, which can be flashed through the stock recovery.
Head over to the Android 4.4.2 update thread to get in on the discussion. And if you’re looking to get in on the update a bit early, head over to clsA’s AndroidFileHost mirror and smoley’s Dropbox mirror.
[Screenshots courtesy of XDA Senior Member fitchpuckman.]
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