OnePlus One is receiving CM 12.1 OTA Update based on Android 5.1.1
Finally Cyanogen has started rolling out the latest version of Android lollipop. The OnePlus One users are getting the latest CM 12.1 OTA update based on Android lollipop 5.1.1. The latest update from cyanogen has fixes some bugs and added new features. The latest CM 12.1 OTA update provides critical security fixes for your device to address recently publicized vulnerabilities on Android devices. This is a major update will take 20 minutes for the installation process. The latest CM 12.1 for OnePlus One is defined as build YOG4PAS1N0.
The CM 12.1 OTA update will activate the home button in Google Chrome. It is interesting to see that the home page has been set to Bing. It is because Cyanogen and Microsoft are such good buddies these days. Cyanogen wrote about CM 12.1 OTA update on their blog:
Thanks for your patience as we begin the rollout of our over-the-air release of Cyanogen OS 12.1. The update begins to roll out to all OnePlus One device owners starting today. The CM 12.1 OTA update will be coming soon to device owners of the Andromax Q, Yureka, Yureka Plus, and Yuphoria. For this release, our main focus was on improving stability and performance across the board, but it doesn’t stop there. While we’d love to extol the virtues of 12.1 in a lengthy opening paragraph, you probably just want the juicy parts. [/pull_quote_center]
What’s new in CM 12.1 OTA update:
- Smarter Screen: LiveDisplay intelligently adjusts your screen based on environmental conditions.
- Calendar Together with Email: Enjoy the latest Boxer powered experience where you can seamlessly share your availability and schedule appointments.
- Cyanogen Browser: The new Cyanogen browser delivers search results and loads web sites faster and more securely than leading browsers.
- Redesigned Launcher: App Drawer and Folders have been redesigned for one-handed use.
- Fresh AudioFX: The user interface has been updated for consistency across all devices.
- More Playback support: We’ve substantially increased our support of codecs for video and audio playback.