HTC is facing delays in rolling out Android 5.0 for One and One M8




HTC has confirmed that the rollout of Android 5.0 is not as fast as hoped. Due to problems with the software does not receive all the users of the One and the One M8 update within the promised deadline of February 1st. When the roll is to be completed is unknown.

The Taiwanese manufacturer made ​​the delay itself known on his website. According to HTC are problems with Google the cause of the slow rollout of Android 5.0, there would first have several bugs have been fixed before the rollout could be started. The promise was to roll out the update within 90 days after receiving the source code. That deadline, which expires on 1 February, HTC proposes not to make pick.

Some users of the One and the One M8 will therefore be the Android 5.0 update later ingest their device. However, HTC could not tell when that will be. There are tests going on with telecom providers, who must approve the deployment. Dutch users of the One M8 noticed incidentally earlier this week that the update came on their device. One for the roll-out has yet to begin.

Previously showed that Google already had to postpone the release of the Nexus 6 because in Android 5.0, codenamed Lollipop, a mistake was that caused Vodafone customers could no longer send text messages. Google has the bug is now fixed with an update. Incidentally complained users then about memory problems.

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