AnonD-583200, 02 Nov 2016Flash it with another rom in a microsd card.Thanks for answering, Do I have to flash LP first? or Can I flash MM rigt away.
AnonD-590274, 27 Sep 2016Just bought HTC M8 International variant through OLX. When I came home and factory reset the p... moreyour problem is due to having rooted phone. I had the same problem with an HTC one m8 a few months earlier. It was in Kitkat and couldn't update it to lollipop just because it is roted. Today I bought another one and thankfully it is unrooted and upgrading android to it as I write. Now you have two options,
1. Download custom Marshmallow/Lollipop roms and flash with it.
2. There are some methods which can make your phone in the stock unrooted conditions and you can upgrade through OTA. Google it.
Hi! people, I have purchased the greatest HTC M8 phone, European version with Android 4.4.4, I have rooted, unlocked and install TWRP recovery, I install Marshmallow From Android revolution and was successfully installed but after rebooting phone just goes to bootloader, what can I do to install Android 6 on my phone? thanks.
One of the amazing phone that I ever have totally stylish metallic body is top of the mark from every aspects this phone is amazing using this phone since Jan, 2015
32 months using this beast. I'm a proud owner. Although I'm still using Lollipop. I love this phone
AnonD-599376, 18 Oct 2016It does support 64gb memory card. I myself have been using it for 2 years. (Samsung Evo +)This works good for me for 2 years too.
AnonD-525577, 27 Sep 2016pls help my HTC one m8 mouth pix is no longer work in normal call again until I put it on spea... moreCheck your charging port.. I had same problem, I check the port ,slide little bit and problem solved...
how do i update my htc one m8 to marshallow and what good is the software
AnonD-599376, 18 Oct 2016It does support 64gb memory card. I myself have been using it for 2 years. (Samsung Evo +)heating problem?????
I have had issue after issue with this phone and can't wait for my upgrade. I have been using HTC for nearly 4 years and am definitely going to change when my upgrade is due in 3 weeks
It is 4g supported
I get jio sim in india,but dont get mobile network.
Wenn i try, phone show your sim card does not allowed a connection.
Try this ..
In phone dial type *#*#4636#*#*
Phone information and select LTE ..
Now go to settings >mobile data >
But we have selected to LTE.
Don't get jio netwark india.
So if u can tell me what i do for get netwark, i will enjoy 4g
2 years using this phone I still recommend; best phone ever made in the world
It does support 64gb memory card. I myself have been using it for 2 years. (Samsung Evo +)
HTC M8 is great phone I have been using it for the last two years, I just got myself a HTC one X9 I am still using my M8 too no issues
I've used the M8 for nearly 2 years now as my alternate phone (different carrier) to my iPhone 6S and now 6S Plus. The HTC M8 is a fabulous phone-one of my all time favorites. Despite not being an Android fan, I love using the M8.
Worst 'phone ever owned, bar none - and I've owned a fair few over the last 25 years or so. It's not that the 'phone itself is bad - I can make and receive calls, which is fair enough - but every other element (data usage, connectivity, battery life, backup operation and effectiveness, relevance of online support to what is available on the 'phone, ability to transfer between other devices, performance of camera vs. "paper" specs, even durability of all but the superb Aluminium chassis - really, everything) is so far short of anything experienced on other 'phones - including Motorola, and that's saying something - I am severely disappointed.
I have owned, enjoyed and promoted HTC devices since the early days of PDAs (well over 15 years) and I am saddened to find that this particular paperweight, and the backup for it, fall so far short of expectation. Apple isn't a real option for me as, currently. as I'm Android-based for so many other things, and Samsung seem to be burning everything in sight with their S7, so I'm on the hunt for options now. I would just like to find a decent way to extract my photos and other personal data from the useless lump in my coat pocket, then it's a saddened bye-bye to HTC after so long. Yes, I'm sad - even if I should be just angry to find that the support team so disinterested ....