OnePlus launches Oxygen OS for OnePlus One smartphones
OnePlus launches Oxygen OS for OnePlus One smartphonesOnePlus

Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has released a software patch to fix the touch-screen glitch, which has been nagging flagship handset One for the last few months.

The company claims that the new update is a beta version, and hence might not give the desired results after installation. Users might also encounter some side effects. However, don't jump the gun just yet, as we believe that even if there is any bug in the software, it is most likely benign and will not have any adverse effect on the device's performance.

That being said, we would like to remind that this procedure is very technical and should be performed by a person with sound knowledge of rooting (or manual software installation) Android devices. If the step-by-step installation process is not followed properly, there are chances of the smartphone getting bricked or being permanently irreparable. International Business Times, India Edition cannot be held responsible for any damage or claims from readers if the procedure does not yield the required results or if the smartphone is bricked. Hence, users are advised to proceed with caution.

Also read:  Cyanogen OS 12 (Android 5.0.2 Lollipop) Stability Update with Bug Fixes Released to OnePlus One via OTA


  • In order to install the new OxygenOS v1.01 via PC to OnePlus One, the desktop must be running either Windows 7 or Windows 8 software.
  • Users are required to install .Net 4.5 software (if you don't have it, download,HERE).

Downloadable files:

OxygenOS v1.01: Download Link

Md5: Download Link

The company in its bid to sway owners of OnePlus One running Cyanogen OS, has also made available a migration tool. If interested download, HERE.

Tutorial [How to Install OxygenOS v1.01 Stability Update on OnePlus One via PC]:

Step 1: Unzip the above into its own folder

Step 2: Copy the flashable OxygenOS zip and MD5 into the "download" folder contained in the above

Step 3: On the device go to Settings > Developer options and uncheck Update CM Recovery (CM has this checked as default which causes issues)

Step 4: Make sure the device is plugged into the computer

Step 5: Run the "OnePlusOneMigration.exe" file as Administrator

Step 6: Accept any prompts to confirm the drivers - they are ours and are signed

Step 7: Follow the prompts (as prompted) and you should end up with OxygenOS installed. The ADB sideload process can take awhile to finish.

[Credits: OnePlus Forum Administrator, Helen]

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