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HTC One for Sprint, Dev version now receiving Lollipop

The Samsung Galaxy S5 isn’t the only smartphone sold by Sprint that is to be updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop starting today. It’s joined by the original HTC One from 2013, which follows in the footsteps of its successor.

Sprint has been pushing the newest version of Android to its One units since this morning. The rollout is an over-the-air affair, so your phone will notify you once it’s ready to download and install.

As always in these cases, keep in mind that these rollouts are usually staggered, which means it may take a few days or so for the update to reach all the devices out there.

The HTC One Developer Edition is also getting the new software. This model is in the process of being upgraded to Android 5.0.2 Lollipop, with Sense 6 on top. After applying its update, you’ll have ROM version 7.17.1540.7. The download you’ll need to perform comes in at around 702MB.

If you own either of these handsets and are impatient to see the new bits on your device, you can obviously head to Settings and manually check if it’s available – who knows, maybe you’ll get lucky.

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