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    Default HTC One: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    I have to say the annoyance of the omnipresent lock screen is currently outweighing any enhancements that were added.

    I didn't mine Blinkfeed being persistent, but I know that annoyed a lot of people. I do like the addition of the "full size" PIN unlock. The Swiftkey pad that came up on 4.3 kind of sucked. Removal of Flash from the stock browser is a nuisance, but just swapping in Dolphin makes that tolerable.

    Hopefully a small update can put the lock screen situation back where it was. Otherwise I would have been content to stay on Jellybean.
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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    kit kat is vastly superior to 4.3 JB.


    you must adapt.



    put the new LS pages to good use with widgets which information you might need to access quickly.

    increase the lock phone period or use the "bypass lock screen on wake feature" option.



    once you get used to it its not a big deal.



    as for flash do us all a favour and let it go already. its people like you that keep that archaic and dangerous technology alive.
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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Quote Originally Posted by Troneas View Post
    kit kat is vastly superior to 4.3 JB.


    you must adapt.



    put the new LS pages to good use with widgets which information you might need to access quickly.

    increase the lock phone period or use the "bypass lock screen on wake feature" option.



    once you get used to it its not a big deal.



    as for flash do us all a favour and let it go already. its people like you that keep that archaic and dangerous technology alive.
    There is no option to get rid of the simple slide to unlock screen, so not sure what you mean there.

    As for Flash, for work there are still many companies that use Flash for their component matrices so I do need it. I couldn't care less what the technology used is, but there are still sites that I need to use on a daily basis that are non-functional without Flash. It's not up to me to "let it go."

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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    yes i know there is no option...

    but you need to give yourself time to get used to it is all; or work around the issue.
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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Hi

    Just wanted to know, is ART available for you guys in Developer Options?
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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Quote Originally Posted by Tsepz_GP View Post
    Hi

    Just wanted to know, is ART available for you guys in Developer Options?
    No.

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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Thanks!

    I guess the OEMs have removed the ART option so as it doesn't conflict with their custom UIs. The S4 and Note 3 4.4.2 FWs also don't have it, so I was just curious if this was just a Samsung thing.
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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    How's battery life? On other devices I've upgraded to 4.4.2, ie a Moto X and N7, I found Kit Kat to be a battery drainer.
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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Quote Originally Posted by Troneas View Post
    kit kat is vastly superior to 4.3 JB.
    No, not really. More like incremental.

    as for flash do us all a favour and let it go already. its people like you that keep that archaic and dangerous technology alive.
    I agree, but not in as bossy a manner :P
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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Quote Originally Posted by xchange View Post


    I agree, but not in as bossy a manner :P

    the intention was more like a desperate plea!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon_Doh View Post
    How's battery life? On other devices I've upgraded to 4.4.2, ie a Moto X and N7, I found Kit Kat to be a battery drainer.
    Oh it really blows for me. Much better on 4.4 than 4.4.2. About 3-4 hours less with the same usage.

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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Quote Originally Posted by jfs101 View Post
    Oh it really blows for me. Much better on 4.4 than 4.4.2. About 3-4 hours less with the same usage.

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    Are you folks using HTC's official version of 4.4.2 or a ROM?
    Just curious why I was updated only yesterday on my Dev. Edition while you've had it for weeks....

    Also, I lost the News & Weather app that came with Android going all the way back to my Nexus One. How can I get that back? The apk from Nexus One won't install. It was a lot more simpler than BlinkFeed and Flipboard... <sigh>
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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Quote Originally Posted by AGReklaw View Post
    Are you folks using HTC's official version of 4.4.2 or a ROM?
    Just curious why I was updated only yesterday on my Dev. Edition while you've had it for weeks....

    Also, I lost the News & Weather app that came with Android going all the way back to my Nexus One. How can I get that back? The apk from Nexus One won't install. It was a lot more simpler than BlinkFeed and Flipboard... <sigh>


    your update was ready for a few weeks now. it came out around the time sprint started pushing it out.

    i updated my international unlocked then which was late january.


    also these people are updating from 4.3 JB.
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    Default Re: HTC One: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    i have the unlocked international 32gb model. i know others have reported seeing 4.4 in an OTA for this version, but i still have not. does anyone know if the OTA just hasn't reached the US yet? I am on AT&T prepaid.

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    Default Re: HTC One: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Quote Originally Posted by Pepito141 View Post
    i have the unlocked international 32gb model. i know others have reported seeing 4.4 in an OTA for this version, but i still have not. does anyone know if the OTA just hasn't reached the US yet? I am on AT&T prepaid.

    Sent from my ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T using Tapatalk
    the international unlocked got 4.4 in the US back in november.


    in late january it was updated again to 4.4.2.
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    Default Re: HTC One: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Where's the green battery bar gone ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by riche-rich View Post
    Where's the green battery bar gone ?

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    Google changed it to this atrocious white thing...
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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Quote Originally Posted by AGReklaw View Post
    Just curious why I was updated only yesterday on my Dev. Edition while you've had it for weeks....
    OTA updates on the 32 GB unlocked US model...

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    Default Re: HTC One: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Anyone have ideas on why I didn't get the OTA? Chatted with htc but they couldn't figure it out either.

    Appreciate the help

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    Default Re: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Quote Originally Posted by Jon_Doh View Post
    How's battery life? On other devices I've upgraded to 4.4.2, ie a Moto X and N7, I found Kit Kat to be a battery drainer.
    I haven't notice any change in battery life after installing KitKat. It all seems to work about the same for me.
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    Default Re: HTC One: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Where are developers options after the update?

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    Default Re: HTC One: Thoughts after a couple weeks on 4.4.2

    Quote Originally Posted by ffejjj View Post
    Where are developers options after the update?

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    I found them

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