HTC One M8 Android 4.4.3 latest system dumps [2.22.401.4]

Today HTC has officially started rolling out the newest Android 4.4.3 update (with Android 4.4.4 security fixes included) for the HTC One M8. The newest system version is tagged as 2.22.401.4 and it brings a lot of improvements system wide. Some of them we already mentioned here and here.

If you don't want to wait for the OTA notification you can already flash latest system dumps.  For more details please visit my XDA thread.

If you are a power user and a custom ROMs flasher, you can also grab the latest Android Revolution HD based on the 2.22.401.4 update with many extra goodies under the hood.

Finally, if you only want to root your device and keep the rest stock, feel free to visit my XDA thread with a special rooting tools.

All above files can be accessed via Downloads Page on my blog.

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HTC decides to skip Android 4.4.4 update. OTA based on 4.4.3 + security fix coming soon

International version of the HTC One M8 is currently running Android 4.4.2 (1.54.401.10) but this will change very soon. According to the confirmed information, the new over-the-air (OTA) update with Android 4.4.3 will start rolling out late next week for the 0P6B10000 variant of the HTC One M8 with the following CID numbers: 

HTC__001, HTC__E11, HTC__102, HTC__203, HTC__405, HTC__Y13, HTC__304, HTC__A07, HTC__002, HTC__016, HTC__032, HTC__J15, HTC__M27, HTC__A48, HTC__K18.


HTC One M8 - My point of (re)view

HTC One M8; the newest HTC high-end device! You have probably read plenty of reviews around the internet. Is there anything else that can be discovered or described? Depending on the point of view some aspects can be more or less important. I will try to point out some of the major differences between the HTC One M7 and the HTC One M8 together with describing some of the features I find to be advantages or disadvantages.


Incoming Android 4.4.3 with HTC Sense 6.1 for the HTC One M8

HTC has been working hard to keep the HTC One M8 at the cutting edge. These days, one of the crucial strategy element in the war between smartphones companies is to keep their top devices bundled with the latest Android OS.


Inspire Envy: the HTC One M8

The HTC One M8 is not just a „better HTC One” as some might think. Honestly saying, I’ve been thinking the same way before I had a chance to hold this beauty in my hand for a first time. Let's put aside the hardware specification for now. Before I’ll review the newest HTC One M8 let me show you some close, high quality pictures of the youngest HTC piece of art.


How to: Enable Harman & Kardon sound effect of the HTC One M8

Just few days ago HTC announced the new HTC One (M8) Harman & Kardon Edition. The HTC One (M8) Harman & Kardon edition has been designed for consumers who appreciate high-quality audio and want the best smartphone on the market without compromise. It’s a special edition of the critically acclaimed HTC One (M8) that builds upon the iconic all-metal design in a new brushed black finish with champagne accents, and is another example of HTC’s commitment to offer the best audio experience on a smartphone.

Today we present you how to enjoy this revolutionary audio experience on your “regular” HTC One (M8).


Sense 6 Toolbox for HTC One & HTC One M8

Happy day for all users who love to customize their HTC Sense UI! Sense 6 Toolbox (previously Sense 5 Toolbox) is known to be the best and the most advanced tool to customize your Sense 5/6 based device. It’s based on Xposed eco-system and it allows you to change a lot of settings of the user interface, including colour schemes and different layout styles.

More details can be found here ---> Sense 6 Toolbox with Android Revolution HD


HTC Sense 6.0 Bluetooth security "issue" explained

Bluetooth is not a new technology and has long been associated with hands free headsets but with newer devices over the last few years it has obviously evolved into a technology that connects to printers, headphones, speakers, cars and of course other phones.