A week ago Android latest operating system version Android 6.0 Marshmallow redesign for the OnePlus One smartphone was in its 'Last Testing Stage'. As of now, the Chinese tech firm OnePlus has at long last begun directing the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system to the handsets as a part of the most recent form of its commercial OS - Cyanogen OS 13 (CM13S).
OnePlus on its discussion forum on Friday declared that it has begun rolling out an Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow-based Cyanogen OS 13 build "ZNH0EAS26M" in stages to almost all OnePlus One cell phones. The post further stated that it will require investment to achieve all units, and made a request that users must wait for the update to come to their device before complaining.
The Cyanogen OS 13 brings nearly all the major overhauls one can anticipate from Android Marshmallow working system, for example, the inclusion of Doze, granular authorizations, Google Now on Tap and many other similar features. As always the users would receive an OTA update which they can physically check for by going to Settings > About Phone > System Updates on their OnePlus One handsets.
One must not forget that OnePlus One successor, the OnePlus 2 a month ago additionally got a near final build form of Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow-based OxygenOS 3.0. The company said it was looking for suggestions and feedback from its user base on three viewpoints - Network Testing, Camera, and Performance before globally unveiling the final build version.
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The organization a week ago also took off OxygenOS 2.2.1 Update for its most recent handset, the OnePlus X alongside the price cut of INR 2000 on the same. The Chinese tech firm paying heed to the complaints brought bug fixed apps and several other UI changes as a part of the update for the OnePlus X. Fixes for information spill issues, muting of microphone while making use of Google Hangouts, application drawer not launching when the Google search bar is hidden are some of them.
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