Verizon's HTC One M9 finally gets Nougat

Vlad, 25 September 2017

The HTC One M9 was launched in 2015, but that hasn't prevented it from being updated to Android 7.0 Nougat, the OS version Google released last year. Internationally, One M9 units started seeing the new software back in February. In the US, T-Mobile rolled out the update in March, while AT&T followed suit in May.

On the other hand, Verizon is only now pushing the same software release to One M9 units it's sold. Four months after AT&T, six months after T-Mobile, but better late than never, right?

If you own a One M9 purchased from Verizon, expect to see an update notification popping up soon - though do take into account that such rollouts are always staged, so it may take a few days. The new build is 4.49.605.11. Aside from all the goodies in Nougat, it comes with the August 2017 security patch level.

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  • Anonymous

Just put the phone in airplane mode first, then change the modes, then connect to wifi do the update....switch modes to whichever you need later after the update if need be it is easy.

  • Anonymous

Go in the call settings and you can switch from global to CDMA mode, and then download the update! Then switch to whatever mode you want when finished.

  • Ruthy

I'd appreciate anyone's help, cause it seems like HTC or Verizon can't assist me. I have an unlocked HTC One M9, but Verizon based. I've checked for the latest update for my phone, but it says "software update only work in CDMA mode", which doesn't w...

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