HTC One M7 Lollipop update reaches the Asian market

Jeffrey van de Velde
By Jeffrey van de Velde
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HTC is finally pushing out the OTA updates to bring Android 5.0 Lollipop to their One M7 user in India and other Asian countries.

The update is following the release of the Lollipop OTA update for the One M7 in Europe and the US in February just three months after release of the final Lollipop code. This time the update is landing in India, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam. The OTA update isn’t confirmed yet for customers outside the already updated countries, but there is a solid change that the update will roll out to other market in Asia soon.

The Lollipop update brings several new design elements to the M7 within their HTC Sense. These new elements include: the new notification style, the new lock screen notification, the revamped quick settings and the recent activities interface. The OTA change log is also mentions the additions of the search bar in the settings. The software update has 7.21.707.105 as its version number and is weighing roughly 775MB. The update will show up automatically, but if you want to check it manually, go to Settings>About Phone>Software Update.

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The Update to Android Lollipop may be the last update for the One M7, the device had a lot of updates during the 2 years. When it became available for buying it had Android 4.1 Jelly Bean running on it. Now after 2 years of updates that will stop at Android 5.0 Lollipop. Mo Versi announced that only the Google Play Edition M7 will receive the update to Android 5.1 Lollipop, but after a day with a lot of press attention and angry costumers, there is still a small change that it will see Android 5.1. Or his message on the day after his announcement was to cool down their costumers. And after two years of usage a lot of people are getting a new device, so that means for HTC that they can also move on.

Thank you for reading this article, I hope you liked it. So as always from me #NeverSettle for anything less than our best articles. Come back soon to TrueTech! for more awesome news.

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HTC is finally pushing out the OTA updates to bring Android 5.0 Lollipop to their One M7 user in India and other Asian countries.

The update is following the release of the Lollipop OTA update for the One M7 in Europe and the US in February just three months after release of the final Lollipop code. This time the update is landing in India, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam. The OTA update isn’t confirmed yet for customers outside the already updated countries, but there is a solid change that the update will roll out to other market in Asia soon.

The Lollipop update brings several new design elements to the M7 within their HTC Sense. These new elements include: the new notification style, the new lock screen notification, the revamped quick settings and the recent activities interface. The OTA change log is also mentions the additions of the search bar in the settings. The software update has 7.21.707.105 as its version number and is weighing roughly 775MB. The update will show up automatically, but if you want to check it manually, go to Settings>About Phone>Software Update.

One M7

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The Update to Android Lollipop may be the last update for the One M7, the device had a lot of updates during the 2 years. When it became available for buying it had Android 4.1 Jelly Bean running on it. Now after 2 years of updates that will stop at Android 5.0 Lollipop. Mo Versi announced that only the Google Play Edition M7 will receive the update to Android 5.1 Lollipop, but after a day with a lot of press attention and angry costumers, there is still a small change that it will see Android 5.1. Or his message on the day after his announcement was to cool down their costumers. And after two years of usage a lot of people are getting a new device, so that means for HTC that they can also move on.

Thank you for reading this article, I hope you liked it. So as always from me #NeverSettle for anything less than our best articles. Come back soon to TrueTech! for more awesome news.

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