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Sprint HTC One E8 Gets Android Lollipop OTA Update And Full 1.9GB RUU

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HTC Posts Full 2GB RUU For Sprint's One M9 Containing Camera Improvements

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HTC Posts Full 1.5GB Lollipop RUU For T-Mobile's One M7

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HTC Posts Full Lollipop RUUs For Sprint's One M8 And M8 Harman Kardon Edition

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HTC Posts Lollipop RUUs For HTC One M7 and M8 Developer, Unlocked Editions

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HTC Posts Full 1.5GB RUU For The T-Mobile One M8 Lollipop Upgrade

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HTC Posts 1.5GB RUU File To Manually Install Lollipop On The Sprint HTC One M7

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HTC Releases One M7 OTA Update 5.05.651.2 For Sprint Complete With Full 1.5GB RUU Download

HTC has detailed an over-the-air update for the Sprint version of the One M7 that rolls out what the company refers to as "Google security fixes." This is vague in the usual carrier-provided-update-way, but folks over in the Sprint Community have reported some more specific changes. Users who install this update should no longer see the annoying "Smith Disabled" notification that appears after every reboot. The default flashlight app has apparently also been replaced by an LED flash app.

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HTC Releases Sprint EVO 4G LTE Android 4.3 Update As A Full RUU File, No OTA Update Coming

Just yesterday HTC committed to two full years of updates after release for new phones, but it looks like the company isn't keeping the updates to recent hardware. Last night Martin Fichter, one of HTC's US vice presidents, posted a link for a ROM Update Utility file ("RUU") for Sprint's HTC EVO 4G LTE to Twitter. The RUU updates the phone to Android 4.3 and Sense 5. If you've got an EVO 4G LTE phone and a Windows computer, you can flash it right now.

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HTC Posts A 1.12GB RUU For The T-Mobile HTC One With Android 4.3, In Case You're Having Problems Updating Or Want To Return To Stock

T-Mobile pushed out the Android 4.3 update for its HTC One just two days ago, but some users have had problems updating. While this story sounds like it would have an unhappy ending with some users left stranded using an older version of Jelly Bean, HTC has come out with an alternative means of saving the day. Today the company posted a full 1.12 GB RUU that T-Mobile customers can download and flash manually.

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