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  1. I'm getting ready to download this now. http://www.pocketables.com/2014/01/sprint-htc-updated-3-05-651-6-fixes-profileprl-bug.html Here the sprint link: https://community.sprint.com/baw/thread/146002 http://support.sprint.com/support/article/Find_and_update_the_software_version_on_your_HTC_One/WServiceAdvisory_542_GKB48984?INTNAV=SU:DP:OV:UG:HtcOne:FindAndUpdateTheSoftwareVersionOnYourHtcOne Apparently these are the fixes - WiFi always scanning for networks, even when the that option is turned off. - Shorter WiFi range, causing more frequent disconnects. - LTE not connecting. - SIM card error messages that persist, even after a supposed fix was rolled out. - Proximity sensor calibration issues. - RSSI fix - HD Voice Improvements - PRL/Profile errors.
  2. Since Sense 5.1 will be running on Jelly Bean 4.1.2 on the HTC One, Do you think the EVO LTE will be updated with it also?
  3. HTC is offering $100 or value of the phone to upgrade to the HTC One. http://www.htc.com/us/smartphones/htc-one/signup
  4. I have a question for you all, recently the flagship phones that have been coming out have all been pretty much on par with each other, with the key differentiators really being design, brand, and usability, among other things. I remember about a year ago or so, I used to look at Benchmark scores, and it really did influence what type of phone I was more prone to get. But with the recent phones, notably the ONE and S4 with Sprint, there really isn't a big difference in scores and performance (The S4 gets higher scores), but that doesn't really seem to translate into better performance in real world tests (subjectively). My question is this: Do you look up certain objective facts, such as the benchmark scores, or are you more influence by the your own subjective observations, such as feel of the phone or brand? -Luis (The reason I'm asking is because articles keep pushing scores, and performance, one saying that the S4 isn't better than the iPhone 5, and that they fail to understand why someone would line up to buy the S4)
  5. http://www.androidguys.com/2013/01/04/htc-m7-set-to-have-simple-and-clean-ui-all-black-design/
  6. Technobuffalo had 3 articles testing different phones on T-Mobiles LTE network. Here is a summary of the speed differences: iPhone - Download: 32.32Mbps Upload: 13.57Mbps Note II - Download: 57.99Mbps Upload: 20.16Mbps HTC ONE - Download: 27Mbps Upload: 11.52MBps Why is a big difference between the HTC ONE and the Note II.? I don't know how many test were run, and if these are averages, but it doesn't look good for HTC to be the slowest.
  7. by Jeff Foster Sprint 4G Rollout Updates Monday, February 27, 2012 - 2:21 AM MST Earlier this year, both HTC and Samsung stated in reports that it will be slimming down its product lines in order to reduce expenses, concentrate on higher quality and to lessen the effects of diluting similar product lines. Samsung has hinted that the Galaxy S lll will be launched simultaneously in many markets, and would eliminate the U.S. carriers from individual looks and independent features. Now HTC has introduced its "One" (several discussions are taking place on individual phones already) brand which appear to cover the entry, mid and high level markets. The new "One" phones will be equipped with Android 4.0, Beats Audio and a "toned down" Sense UI. This new Sense will be more Android like and less resourse intensive. It appears like HTC was listening to customer complaints of Sense UI taking too much memory and interfering with performance. HTC appears it has taken its cues from Samsung and its success from the GSll series of devices that boosted Samsung's bottom line. HTC is hoping that this new strategy and new Ice Cream Sandwich devices will help HTC climb back towards the top spot and return to a position of reporting record profits. So are you sad, angry or relieved that the Evo badge may be no more? S4GRU members have been commenting and speculating since October 7th on the next Evo LTE device anticipated. Sound off with your thoughts below. Source: CNET
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