Saturday , March 17 2018

Lollipop for HTC One Max appears in Europe and Asia – still in testing at Telstra

HTC’s oversized, year and a half old One Max is receiving its long awaited Lollipop update – at least in Europe and Asia.

According to users on XDADevelopers and tweets from well known HTC developer LlabTooFeR and another user in Europe, it appears the update has begun hitting phones in Taiwan, as well as in Europe, specifically users in Poland, Czech Republic and France.

The update is 760MB in size and brings with it the usual Lollipop goodies described in the above screenshots which translated reads:

Software Update 4.13.401.7 ( 706.15MB )

This update contains important improvements and bug fixes , including:
System update
– Update to Android 5.0 Lollipop
– Screen Lock and Notifications : new style user interface Lollipop privacy features aggiorntate
– Recent Apps : support multiple pages
– Adding search functionality in settings

For aggriornamento it recommends using a Wi – Fi . Download through a mobile data connesssione may incur additional charges .
This update will eliminate any non- content . Questions ? Contact us via I’indirizzo

The HTC One Max was released on only one carrier in Australia: Telstra. At this stage, Telstra list that they are currently testing the Lollipop update for the HTC One Max with an estimated delivery date of the 6th of July – though they do list the phones’ OS as Windows Phone (but we all make mistakes).

The update should be here for users on Telstra then, but if you imported your HTC One Max, you could see it sooner (or later) depending on where it came from. If you do receive the Lollipop update on your HTC One Max, let us know what you think.

Source: XDA-Developers, and @ValerioNebuloni.
Via: Android Police.

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