BY | August 25, 2013

HTC One Android 4.2.2 OTA update available, it can also be downloaded manually. The update launched in Europe will help fix bugs and give your prized handset improved functioning

It is a great handset and it is going to get better in the days to come. Yes, HTC One is not just among the best handsets, to millions and millions of people across the world, it is the best handset and is attracting a large number of people who are falling for it.

The demand for the handset is still going up and there is no sign that the demand for it might have weakened. On the other hand there are signs that the HTC One’s demand will go up substantially in the days to come with the latest Android 4.2.2 update launched for the handset.

The fact that HTC One was launched with rather old Android 4.1 OS was a sort of disappointment to many HTC fans. But this too didn’t affect the demand for the handset as people thought that the promised updates will help them get over this disadvantage in the coming days. And thankfully this promised update has arrived. Though many people are expecting Android 4.3 update on their handsets, but others will completely be satisfied with Android 4.2.2 Android Jelly Bean update.

The good news for HTC One users is the fact that the Taiwanese tech giant has started releasing Android 4.2.2 Over-The-Air (OTA) update for HTC One. Reports suggest that in Europe it is being released via stock Android 4.2.2 official firmware with build number 2.24.401.8. another good news is the fact that this will also bring Sense 5.0 to the HTC One owners. In the meantime for outside Europe HTC One users, they can install Android 4.2.2 manually.

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