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Re: Selfie camera not working for HTC one M8.
In most places, the warranty on an OTA update starts on the date of the update, not the date you bought the phone. IOW, if they broke it, they get to fix it - free. (The liability laws in the US - all 50 states - make breaking something the liability of whoever broke it.) I've had more than one phone replaced because of bad update. (Most of the time, the carrier will reflash the update and everything will be fine, but if that doesn't fix it, they have to do something to "make you whole", even if that means replacing the phone. And if it's the fault of a badly-written update, and you push hard enough, you might even be able to swap to a different phone with no charge. They can't absolve themselves of liability - it's statutory.)
Originally Posted by Jon Coffey1