HTC will roll out Android 4.2 for HTC One resume next week




HTC is planning to roll out Android 4.2 for its HTC One somewhere to resume next week. The distribution of the update was put stop when it appeared that the mobile Internet after the update did not work for some users.

Peter Chou, president of HTC Europe, let it know to Tweakers. The company was started in mid-July with the spread of the new Android version via an OTA update, but explained that soon stopped when it appeared that some users could set up. no data connection after update

The problem was in the so-called apn settings. These contain the data that a smartphone needs to connect to the mobile data network of a provider connection. After installing the update these institutions were in some users disappeared, leaving mobile internet no longer worked. HTC then decided to roll stop and fix the bug.

The update, which is about 416MB big, brings the One from Android 4.1 to Android 4.2. After the update is accordingly possible to place widgets on the lock screen and the notification bar with a second screen toggles, as standard Android 4.2 is. Furthermore, Google Now be called by sweeping up from the Home button and the bar can be hidden. bottom with the menu button And in many more apps available screen space.

Also there are many minor changes: be as the dozens of photos that are created when Zoe no longer saved in the DCIM folder, but they are now elsewhere: only one of the images is in the default camera images.




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