NEW DELHI: Chinese handset maker OnePlus has released OxygenOS 2.1.4 for its first smartphone, OnePlus One.
In a blogpost, the company admitted that the device “was not getting its fair share of love” and announced that it has in “no way forgotten about the device that sent OnePlus into orbit.”
OxygenOS 2.1.4 comes with a Dark Mode, and support for custom icon packs. It has a new app permissions feature as that gives users the control over the information each app seeks access to. It also comes with several gestures that can be toggled in the settings along with double tap to wake up the smartphone.
This update is close to the version on the OnePlus 2, except it’s missing MaxxAudio and relevant apps, the manual camera mode, RAW file format capability, fingerprint support and the screen temperature slider.
Also, it is not an over-the-air update and requires manual flashing. You can get it by downloading the appropriate file for your system through the official website.