OnePlus and Cyanogen both started rolling out an over-the-air (OTA) software update for the newly launched OnePlus One smartphone in India. With the new update, the company’s pushed some minor fixes with the release, which by means, the update – CyanogenMod 11S (44S) – is being “slowly” pushed over the air in phrases, so many can’t expect at the right time.
The new upgrade includes various fixes that will apparently make the OnePlus One user experience better. Here’s what the official changelog says, which OnePlus posted on its forums:
- Fixed issues with random reboots and instability
- Fixed issues with memory causing screen artifacts
- Fixed issues with WiFi and modem crashes
- Fixed issues with Filesystem
- Fixed issues with “black bar”
- Fixed issues with persist partition corruption
- Fixed issues with AT&T VoLTE
The CyanogenMod update comes almost a month after the previous important software update, which brought, among other things, high-quality audio playback, and the ability to shoot photos in RAW format and something like that.
Back in July, OnePlus although confirmed that the One CyanogenMod-based smartphone would get Android 5.0 Lollipop (that time the OS was called the “Android L”) “within three months” from receiving the final software from Google. Further, the handset should be updated to Lollipop in February the least.
OPnePlus planning to see about in total of 1 million One smartphone units before the end of the year, and which already have sold out 500,000 One handsets currently.
In order to download and install the CyanogenMod 11S (44S) on your OnePlus One smartphone and learn more about it, then please head over to this forum link here.