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Still having touchscreen issues with your OnePlus One? This Cyanogen OS 12 build might help

If you've been experiencing touchscreen sensitivity or Bluetooth connection issues on your OnePlus One, you'll be happy to know that one of the most recent versions of Cyanogen OS is here to help.
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June 18, 2015

If you’ve been experiencing touchscreen sensitivity or Bluetooth connection issues on your OnePlus One, you’ll be happy to know that one of the most recent versions of Cyanogen OS is here to help. Well, at least that’s what Cyanogen claims. OnePlus One owners have been plagued with touchscreen issues off and on ever since the device was released, and so far, only a few users have seen fixes come to their devices. But now version YNG1TAS2I3 of Cyanogen OS, which is still based off of Android 5.0, should fix the following problems:

  • Touchscreen sensitivity
  • Bluetooth connectivity with several in-car systems
  • MMS sending on several carriers

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While this update was just recently released to Cyanogen’s site, early adopters have been reporting good results. The folks over at Android Police also claim that if you happen to be running build YNG1TAS17L, you can instead flash this incremental build of the software to save yourself around 500MB. If you aren’t running that version, however, you’ll need to flash the full ROM listed above.

Once you try out the new Cyanogen OS build, let us know if your problems are resolved!