OnePlus One receives CyanogenMod 11S 05G update

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While OnePlus One owners are waiting on their CM12 (Android 5.0) update, the company is pushing out release 05Q (based on Android 4.4.4) of CM11 to the 2014 "flagship killer". The update brings several new features and improvements to the OnePlus One.

The update comes just three days before OnePlus unveils its own OxygenOS (based on Android 5.0) on February 12. OxygenOS will be an alternative to CyanogenMod for OnePlus One owners.

Here is the full changelog detailing the improvements OnePlus owners can look forward to

  • Fixed dab with Linux 3.10
  • Improved ADB Sideload
  • Improved wipe confirmation screen layout
  • Improved progress bar
  • Fixed wrong emergency call property
  • Improved audio policy flexibility
  • Increased void volume
  • Improved light controls
  • Updated WCNSS configuration
  • Upgraded ADCB Files
  • Powered HAL improvements
  • Upgraded SQLite to version 3.8.6
  • Reduced volume increment/decrement step per click
  • Added support for Query SIM SMS capacity
  • Upgraded TP firmware to 14001220
  • Fixed headset insert/remove crash
  • Fixed ability to hang up a call from a wired audio headset
Set Up:
  • SetupWizard: Allow turning on mobile data if off by default
  • Fixed force close when sharing multiple files over Bluetooth
  • Displays download size as a decimal prefix
  • Enabled scrolling on the system update screen
  • Added Download clicked notification
  • Shows download size on UI
  • Updated Icons
  • Added progress bar
  • Added letterbox view for to show actual capture in preview
  • Added toast information to aid in first time use of Continuous shot
  • Additional supported video types
  • Blacklist, strip extension from number
  • Fixed screen rotation behavior during call
  • Call events can be handled on alarm
  • Fixed city and time zone entries
Those who don't want to wait for the official OTA, can download the zip file and manually flash the 05Q update to their OnePlus One. You should be able to apply it in recovery as long as you're stock.

source - PhoneArena | AndroidPolice

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