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Review: HTC One for Sprint (Harman Kardon Edition)

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May 12, 2014, 2:14 AM
over in the "HTC One (M8) (CDMA)" discussion:

Help: Recover deleted contacts on One M8

Yesterday, I flashed an new ROM to my HTC One M8 with CyanogenMod Installer app. I followed the exactly as a tutorial video did. But the process failed at the last step during ROM installation,maybe caused by some network error. When I powered on my device today, all of the data including phone contacts, SMS and media files were gone, like a factory rest.

Does anyone know how to get the data back? Is there any chance to successfully recover it? Thanks
I will never purchase another HTC product again, ever!
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There are many third party recovery apps. Choose an app with good reviews. I'll suggest to use DiskDigger to get your photos back. It scans whole device- including the SD card for deleted files.

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Solution 1: recover contacts from sync files.
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May 11, 2014, 9:11 AM

One downfall

Looks like there is one major downfall with this. It's on Sprint. So that makes it basically a useless brick.

May 6, 2014, 2:50 PM

Is the HK edition really using a different DAC?

I thought the HTC One M8 supported FLAC playback already. Is there really a different DAC in the HK edition or are the differences just software and bundled headphones along with exclusive color? What is the DAC in the normal M8 if it's different than the one in the HK edition? It is unfortunate that DAC specifications/chip information are not ever listed or available in spec lists for any phone unless HTC specifically decides to mention it like with the HK edition.
Its just different software. You can convert any M8 to the HK edition. Its on XDA.
The M8 supports 24-bit FLAC at 92KHz. The HK M8 supports 24-bit FLAC at 192KHz.

Mar 27, 2014, 1:22 AM
over in the "HTC One (M8) (CDMA)" discussion:

Global network

This seems to be a great phone to die for. Could someone please confirm if this phone with Sprint as a carrier would work overseas, I heard the Verizon and TMobile version work globally. Thanks 🙂
Yes, the Sprint version does have global roaming. I specifically confirmed that with HTC.
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