HTC One Android KitKat update recommences
Android KitKat (4.4.2) hits the HTC One and HTC One Max.
The whole world will be looking at HTC later today when they unveil the 'All New HTC One', but don't worry they havn't forgotten those who have already bought their current flagship.
The Android KitKat (4.4.2) update has been re-released for the HTC One and is available to download via the software update button. Those with the smartphone on Three, O2, Vodafone or SIM-free owners should be able to install the update right now.
The update was originally released in the UK in February, but was later halted after users reported problems after installing the new version of Android. The issues, which related to poor battery life, have now been resolved and everything is good to go.
In addition, the Android KitKat update is also now available for the HTC One Max for the first time. Owners of HTC's phablet should be able to download and install the update over-the-air and as always we recommend you take backup before taking the plunge.
After installing Android KitKat it'll almost seem like you've got a whole new smartphone. Not only will you benefit from all the changes brought by Android KitKat itself, but you'll get a new version of HTC's custom user-interface HTC Sense (5.5). Overall, it's a very worthwhile upgrade!