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HTC One update 4.3 Jellybean Australia

The long awaited HTC One update to Android Jellybean 4.3 for Australia is finally here.

I am the owner of a HTC One with Vodafone, I am not entirely sure this roll out pertains to all carriers.

The update  is a two step process with the phone requesting an initial software install to prep the phone (quite fast, took roughly 2 minutes) to download and install. Then after rebooting, the phone advises that a new update is available to download.

The download is relatively slow (probably because there are many users doing the update) and the size is about 680MB.

Updates to the blog to come when the install completes.

Ever since the update, the phone has been more susceptible to crashing when running apps. This could be attributed to memory handling, as it didn't use to be this unstable.


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