For a while now, it seemed like OnePlus One had received its final update. Owners of the smartphone probably saw an Oxygen OS update reaching the phone like a distant dream. However, OnePlus One owners can take a sigh of relief as it was announced on OnePlus’s forums that the long-awaited OxygenOS 2.1.4 is expected to arrive to the OnePlus One.
The company has praised the OxygenOS 2.1.4 stating that the firmware offers a smooth user experience free from excessive bloatware. Although, this new version will be a little different from the OnePlus 2 variant. Among the features that won’t be available include MaxxAudio’s very own sound technology or any other related apps. Also neither the RAW format compatibility nor the manual camera settings will make an appearance. Obviously, the developers haven’t given much attention to fingerprint support, as the device lacks the necessary hardware for it. Additionally, there will be no screen temperature slider.
On the hand, users will get an array of sleek features they’ve been missing out on. This will include added personalization features (accented colors and dark mode), a wide selection of custom icon packages to choose from along with Marshmallow’s enhanced App permissions control.
OnePlus One owners will need to download the update to manually flash it on their device because the handset and its software system are projects sourced from the community. Click this link for more information on the update as well as for the links for the update download and instructions.
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