Android fans, it’s been a lively week in the world of mobile technology. Sony took everyone by surprise by announcing the new Xperia Z4 in Japan, though truth be told there’s not much new about the device; Xiaomi introduced the latest in a series of affordable blockbusters on Wednesday, the $200 Mi 4i; LG continued to reveal details about the G4, due to launch on April 28; OnePlus restarted the Cyanogen OS 12 update and announced it’s finally dropping its invite system; and Google launched a new version of Android Wear and the Project Fi wireless service.
Reports are coming in that Cyanogen and OnePlus have resumed the rollout of the Cyanogen 12 OTA (Lollipop) for the OnePlus One.
Still haven’t received an update to CM 12 on your OnePlus One? As it turns out, OnePlus has paused the update in order to add a new feature.
The OnePlus One took the mobile world by storm one year ago, and now the world can finally buy it without restrictions.
OnePlus have begun sending out invites for an April 20th announcement, though it’s unclear exactly what the company will be focusing on.
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OnePlus is expecting 3-5 million smartphone sales this year, as it plans to release two new models before the end of 2015.
After missing last month’s deadline, the CyanogenMod 12S update for the OnePlus One has now passed certification and should be arriving this week.
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OnePlus needed an extra week to deliver it, but its new Oxygen operating system is now available for download.