OnePlus One Receives 44S OTA Update
The OnePlus One is a great choice for all you who don’t want to spend the big bucks on the Google Nexus 6. The “Flagship Killer” received an OTA from the CyanogenMod team fixing some annoyances spotted since the last update. The CM team focused mostly on stability with this update, so you shouldn’t be expecting some new functions etc.
This small update fixes the following things:
- Memory causing screen artifacts will not anymore
- Random reboots and instability are now gone
- Solved problems with WiFi and modem crashes
- Fixed Filesystem
- Fixed issues with “black bar”
- Fixed issues with persist partition corruption
- AT&T VoLTE fixes
Thanks to XDA Senior Member dmarden, you can grab the OTA file and flash it onto your device. Your phone might use stock or custom recovery. Dmarden prepared a second package that can be used with modified system partitions, so feel free to use it if you are a fan of Xposed or custom kernels. Keep in mind that you need to update your custom kernel to the latest release and read instructions provided by developers. You can get the OTA from this thread.
There is still no news regarding Lollipop, but CyanogenMod started the work on version 12 already by pushing some changes to their Github repositories. It’s likely that OnePlus One should get an update withing couple of weeks from now.