T-Mobile HTC 10, HTC One M9 receiving security updates


T-Mobile is now pushing out updates to its HTC 10 and HTC One M9.

T-Mo’s support pages for its HTC 10 and HTC One M9 show that new updates are rolling out to the phones this week. The changelogs for both updates are the same: “Android security updates by Google.”


TmoNews reader Kevin received the update on his One M9 today, and after updating, his phone was on the October 1 Android security patch live.

If you’ve got an HTC 10 or HTC One M9 and you haven’t yet gotten your update, you can go into Settings > About > Software update > Check Now to check for your update manually.

Thanks, Kevin!

Sources: T-Mobile HTC 10, HTC One M9

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  • Juan Carlos Tejada

    tmo pushing? last time I had problems with a tmo s/w update, tmo blame the manufacturer or even google they sugested. and refuse to correct the problem. why tmo force devices to updates?

    • corona10

      They arent forcing you to do anything, you dont have to install it

      • Juan Carlos Tejada

        i know that, but why the annoying reminder? thats my problema, and yea, i have disable for notifications.

  • PC_Tool

    Yep. Right on schedule. After the last security update hit I RUU’d back to stock to take it and decided to hold off on rooting again for a bit.

    Yesterday morning I fired up ADB/fastboot, flashed TWRP and rooted. Rebooted the device and, “Oh look; It’s downloading a system update. How nice.”

    My wonderful timing…

    I’ll probably leave it for now – Nougat should be coming for the 10 Real Soon Now™ anyway.

  • BadBatz

    The HTC 10 got the September update (in September) as well.
    The fact that T-Mobile is not selling the HTC 10 anymore is puzzling to say the least: overall, the HTC 10 is the best phone on the market.