While the Cyanogen update with Android Lollipop as a base had arrived on the One smartphone, OnePlus had announced a pause.
Carl Pei, one of the co-founders of Chinese society, had justified the thing by evoking the integration of a functionality OK OnePlus, derived from Ok Google, which lets you search by voice from the desktop or the lock screen. The reopening of the valves was scheduled for later this week.
Updating with OK OnePlus (click to enlarge)
Well, it’s done. The users can request the update again CyanogenMod 12S or receive notification of availability, before proceeding to download and installation. Download takes approximately 600 MB.
Still on the news around the OnePlus One, it should be noted that the Chinese smartphone blew its first candle and that it is, for the occasion, now accessible every day and without invitation. Some may even find it in physical shop, the manufacturer having signed its first contract with an operator.