Aiden J., 04 Apr 2015Well, They are late with old ver. !!! its 5.0.2 LOLLIPOP they should have released it earlier ... moreBecause if they updated it to Android 5.1, they would have to basically throw away weeks of hard work and create a completely new ROM, and also have to wait for certification from Google. You then have at least 2 extra months of complaining to do.
Anonymous, 06 Apr 2015i have downloaded TWRP recovery file and also extracted oxygenos100_flashable.zip on my comput... morehttps://forums.oneplus.net/threads/oxygenos-is-here-installation-guide.289398/
i have downloaded TWRP recovery file and also extracted oxygenos100_flashable.zip on my computer but have no idea how to open it.
mac, 04 Apr 2015what is hardware requirement for this rom?? can it support on Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562?HAHA,you're funny.
Anonymous, 05 Apr 2015So what ? Once you have oneplus one you never go back .because no ones buying and you cant afford another
sudhars, 05 Apr 2015how is the dng/raw file capture quality after upgrade?Right now, it has the google camera, which doesn't support RAW. Not even 4k video recording or slow motion :(
avsroy, 05 Apr 2015So have all the flagships announced in late 2013 and delivered in early 2014 been updated to L... moreSamsung Galaxy S5, released April 2014, updated to Lollipop January 2015
HTC One M8, released March 2014, updated to Lollipop January 2015
Sony Xperia Z2, released April 2014, updated to Lollipop March 2015
LG G3, released June 2014, updated to Lollipop, December 2014
Oneplus One, released April 2014, updated to Lollipop April 2015
So yeah, Oneplus One is the slowest of the big flagship devices to come out in the first half of 2014 to update to Lollipop. It gets even worse if you compare with the second half of 2014 (Sony Z3, Moto X, Nexus 6 etc)
And even more idiotic, when one of the promises of Oneplus was that they would deliver fast Nexus-like updates to their device. Just yet another in the line of lies (announced size and specs don't match final product, that it's a startup company but owned wholly by Oppo etc)
Anonymous, 04 Apr 2015Rofl what a joke. 6 months after Lollipop was released, this "flagship killer" got u... moreSo have all the flagships announced in late 2013 and delivered in early 2014 been updated to L now? It would be great to see the model names with release dates in your post :-)
I would be nice to see other battery test with Oxygen OS and CM12S. Please!
Rajesh69, 04 Apr 2015Looks like the development team has released it in a hurry. Though they have listed out a few ... moreYes but because it is near AOSP and based on a Qualcomm SOC it can easily be ported ;)
what is hardware requirement for this rom??
can it support on Samsung Galaxy S Duos S7562?
Isn't there an easier way instead of flashing the oneplus one to install oxygen os
WoW!!! not a single credit given to Paranoid Android for this new Oxygen OS...if it wasn't for Paranoid Android source code and their devs this Oxygen OS will never come alive at all...
Downloaded and flashed on 64GB Sandstone. Initial thoughts are positive, stable and 98% pure stock lollipop. No major bugs seen. Download size 705mb with full Google apps. Flashed with TWRP and yes a full wipe is needed before flashing otherwise you will get force closes.
Looks like the development team has released it in a hurry. Though they have listed out a few known bugs, we should expect more. I will wait for the Cyanogenmod 12s which should be out in a few more days. Probably move to Oxygen after I see a few reviews :)
For those of you asking if you can install or on your phone - You cannot install this on any phone other than the Oneplus One.