Each week we gather up all the major software updates for the biggest devices; phones tablets on U.S. carriers ( unlocked phones, of course), wearables, round them all up so you don’t miss a thing. Making sure your device installs the latest software is a good housekeeping practice, ensuring you have the latest features, close security holes, get those pesky bugs squashed.


Oneus One: The Cyanogen-powered device is getting a ton of needed fixes, resolving some inconsistencies with multitouch screen rotation in the CM 11S 38R update. oto fans will like the RAphoto support while audiophiles get 24-bit “high-resolution” music. The update also fixes many bugs inconsistencies that will hopefully make it a better experience for owners. Here’s the very full changelog:

Added method for users to report bugs directly to Cyanogen. Added pause button during video recording. Improved battery life. Fixed issues with camera exposure compensation stuck in “auto.” Fixed issues with “4G eferred” option not connecting to 3G data. Fixed issues with delay in torch activation. Fixed issues with unresponsive screen requiring reboot. Fixed issues with static in speaker when changing volume while headset plugged in. Fixed issues with rotation not triggering when rotated slowly. Fixed issues with Quiet Hours/system UI causing battery drain on last day of month. Fixed issues with camera not starting when D torch is already on. Fixed issues with Bluetooth volume low on connection.


Samsung Galaxy Mega: Samsung’s very large phone gets a small update. The device already has Android 4.4.4 Kit Kat, but the 00VNI3 patch adds -Fi calling, an HD Voice icon, some security fixes. HTC Evo 4G E: Yes, there was a time when the Evo was the must-have Android phone. Now it’s nearly ready for the digital retirement home. But if you still have one, you’re at least getting a security fix with update 3.17.651.9. But with so many solid, new phones out there it’s really time to upgrade.


Samsung Galaxy Tab 3: You’re finally getting the latest version of Kit Kat on your Galaxy tablet. The T217AUCUCNI1 update moves it from 4.4.2 to 4.4.4, which has some important security fixes. Though that won’t be the latest version for long, as Android is looming.


Samsung Galaxy S4: Instead of an Android version bump, Verizon’s Galaxy S4 is getting a lot of needed fixes for connectivity voicemail reliability. The KOT49H.I545VRUFNG6 patch also updates ISIS wallet to its new name Softcard (for obvious reasons) brings version 2.0 of the business-focused Knox security software.


HTC One M8: At HTC’s Double Exposure event, where it unveiled the periscope-shaped Re camera selfie-loving Desire Eye phone, the company said it’s bringing what it calls Eye Experience software to most of its devices.  It’s designed to complement the increased focus on photography with voice-triggered camera actions easier selfie-taking for its lineup of phones. It’s already starting to hit the One M8, M7, other phones in Europe, so it may be making its way stateside soon.