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aallison1882

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I could be wrong about this, but I thought Verizon historically started pushing updates on Tuesdays. Not that I'm getting my hopes up for tomorrow though.
 

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well lets hope so because if Mo Versi the VP, Product Management @ HTC stated that it was supposed to drop on Monday and it doesnt, thats not very positive.
 

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Mine is trying to update. Showed at about 1:30AM this morning but my battery was too low to download. Woke up and it says it is "Device Management is running" System Update.

Been doing that since about 8AM not sure what is going on with it.Screenshot_2015-07-22-09-51-55.jpg
 
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Well Mo Versi confirmed the delay via twitter

"Dugger ‏@Legobricke 13h13 hours ago
@moversi Any update on Verizon 5.1 for the #HTCM9?

Mo Versi ‏@moversi 1h1 hour ago
@Legobricke There's been a short delay, need to respin SW. I'll update you once we're ready for approval. Thanks."
 

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For a company with poor sales and bad reviews on the net you would think they would have every update and fix possible out ASAP to try to improve sales ,guess they don't care.
 

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For a company with poor sales and bad reviews on the net you would think they would have every update and fix possible out ASAP to try to improve sales ,guess they don't care.
Well, from HTC if goes to the carrier for them to add their branding and test. Then it is up to the carrier to approve and release it.
 

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That's no excuse , after the reviews they have recieved they should have worked around the clock to maximize everything that could have been improved with software updates and lit a fire under the carriers to get it out . If software can improve the device it should have been maxed out by now .
 

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That's no excuse , after the reviews they have recieved they should have worked around the clock to maximize everything that could have been improved with software updates and lit a fire under the carriers to get it out . If software can improve the device it should have been maxed out by now .
The carriers hold it up to tweak, add their bloatware, and test and you want to blame HTC? This also happens with upgrades for other manufacturers phones. If you are not happy because you haven't got your upgrade from Verizon, complain about Verizon. It is in their hands. The other carriers (Sprint, AT&T, & T-mobile) have already pushed it.
 

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Not for nothing iPhones don't have this issue.. they push updates to all there phones no matter what carrier you are on.

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Verizon is traditionally behind on their updates. Unlike Apple, Android manufacturers need carrier approval before software updates. At this point it appears Verizon might be holding up the update since every US carrier already got this

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