Android 4.2.2 Update Being Pushed To Chinese Dual-SIM HTC One
The long-awaited Android 4.2.2 update for the HTC One has started its rollout on the Chinese dual-SIM version (M7C-DUC). It is rumored that the international versions — including those in the U.S. — could also receive this update sometime later on today day.
This update brings a shedload of much-needed changes to the device, including several optimizations and bug fixes. One of the biggest changes it brings is the new file format for Zoe, which makes for a much better file management tactic. And it goes without saying that this update also brings all of the usual Android 4.2.2 features, such as Google Now, Daydream, Gesture Typing, and expandable, actionable notifications.
The full changelog can be seen below:
- Android 4.2.2
- Launcher bar enhancement
- Widget panel rearrangement
- New Lock screen style: Widget
- Enhanced Home button behavior
- Add Home button options to make navigation menu bar removable
- Show battery level in status bar
- Quick settings panel: 12 default settings by new touch gesture
- AE/AF lock feature: Lock Exposure/Focus at viewfinder screen
- Zoe:New Zoe file format for better file management
- Video Highlights: Add 6 more themes
- Music channel: Add seek, fast/back forward functions to enhance user experience
HTC Sense input
- Chinese dictionary update
The One is HTC’s flagship device for 2013, packing a 1.7GHz quad-core processor, 32GB of built-in storage, 2GB of RAM, BoomSound, an UltraPixel camera with HTC Zoe, and a 4.7-inch 1080p display. All of these statistics make for a pretty incredible high-end Android device.
If you own a Chinese dual-SIM edition of the HTC One and want to update your software, simply go to the ‘Check Now’ menu item in the system settings, you can do this by going to Settings>About phone> Software updates.