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HTC Releases Dual Lens SDK For Developers To Access The One M8's Duo Camera

HTC didn't bump up the megapixel count on the HTC One M8's 4 "ultrapixel" camera over the course of the past year, but that doesn't make the company any less eager to show off what the phone can do. This year's flagship doesn't have just one camera, but two, and they're capable of pulling off no shortage of somewhat impressive, somewhat gimmicky features. Now, as the company promised on Big Unveil Day, the Dual Lens SDK Preview is available for download, waiting for developers to come and crack it open.

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Team Win Recovery Project Releases TWRP For The Verizon HTC One M8

Verizon was the first US carrier to get the HTC One M8 on its airwaves, if only by a nose. Even so, it took the folks at Team Win Recovery Project a little longer to get their much-loved TWRP custom recovery onto the Verizon version of the phone, probably because it takes a little more effort to get around the carrier's locks. But whatever the reason, it's here, and ROM aficionados on Big Red will surely be grateful.

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More United States, European, And Asian HTC One M8 Models Now Have Kernel Source Code Available

HTC wasted no time making its new One M8 flagship available, which inevitably means that the source code for its software kernel would need to follow. HTC has dutifully published the code for a range of new M8 phones on top of those published earlier this month, specifying carriers in the United States and Europe and one model in Asia. Here's the list of new source code files now available from HTCDev.com:

  • United States - T-Mobile
  • United Kingdom - Orange, H3G, and O2
  • France - Bouygues, Vodafone, Orange
  • Spain - Generic
  • Germany - T-Mobile
  • Netherlands - T-Mobile
  • Poland - T-Mobile
  • Austria - T-Mobile
  • Taiwan - Generic

That's in addition to various phones published last week, which includes the source code for the One M8 Google Play Edition.

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HTC One M8 Now Available From T-Mobile - $636 Full Retail Price Or $26.50 A Month For Two Years

Three of the big four American carriers started offering the HTC One M8 on March 25th, the day the phone was announced. One, T-Mobile, is just getting the phone today. But last does not mean least, and with this un-carrier's low prices, there's plenty of reason to have waited. Unfortunately (and unsurprisingly), the affordability does not start with the phone itself, which is now available for $26.50 a month for twenty-four months or $636 all at once.

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HTC Puts Its Play Store Listings To Good Use, Updates BlinkFeed And Gallery

It's becoming more common for manufacturers to put their proprietary applications in the Play Store for easy updating, a trend essentially started by Motorola. HTC recently followed suit by adding several of its apps – including Sense TV, Gallery, and BlinkFeed – to the Store.

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[Update: Winner] Win A Samsung Galaxy S5 Or HTC One M8 (Winner's Choice) From UpgradeSwap And Android Police

There comes a time in every mobile user's life when a new phone that he or she simply must have hits the scene. The problem is, that scenario probably hits on a yearly basis (at the very least), and contracts are generally for a two-year term; that leaves no option but paying full-price for the new handset.

To help offset some of the cost of the new device, the most logical option is to sell the old one.

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Verizon's HTC One Max Now Receiving OTA Update To Android 4.4.2 (Build Number 2.16.605.2)

Back on Friday, HTC's executive director of product management announced that the One Max on Verizon should receive an OTA update bringing the latest version of KitKat after the weekend. Well, Monday's here, and so is the update. Verizon HTC One Max owners should now or soon receive an update notification that looks an awful lot like this one.

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You Can Now Transform Your Regular GSM HTC One M8 Into A Google Play Edition M8

Well, you knew it was going to happen sooner or later. No sooner was s-off packaged up for the masses, than a flashable ZIP was created to turn the standard Sense-laden M8 into a Google Play Edition device. This process is not for the faint of heart – you could break things and render your phone useless. For the brave or foolhardy, read on.

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Firewater S-Off Tool Updated With Support For HTC One M8

There's nothing like a completely open device if you really want to tweak things and flash all sorts of ill-advised software. HTC isn't going to make it easy, though. Getting s-off is necessary to do all that fun stuff, and now the recently released Firewater tool has been updated with support for the M8.

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Verizon HTC One Max Receives Technical Approval For Sense 5.5/Android 4.4.2 Update, OTA Expected On April 7th

HTC has put a deal of effort into getting speedy updates out for the HTC One, and the Verizon version of the phone received the update at the beginning of February. Unfortunately, One Max owners have had longer to wait for the newer software, even though HTC has promised that it's on its way. Well, now we have a date. HTC's executive director of product management has now announced via Twitter that the Sense 5.5 and Android 4.4.2 update has received technical approval from Verizon.

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