Oxygen OS is finally released, Download and flash your OnePlus One

Oxygen OS has finally made it’s release and is available now to flash your OnePlus One smartphone. Isn’t it cool ? well it is!

This could be the next step towards making the devices smarter and make it available to run on Custom OS based on the user’s interest. More over Cyanogen is also trying to give a hard competition to the Android and now the flagship killer spiced up the heat between the mobile OS’s.

Last year we’ve seen the official release of OnePlus One into the market which was mainly focused on hardware and this year it’s another step towards making a huge contribution to the mobile market that is making their own operating system for their smartphones which will help them to customize the UI, features etc based on the feedback from the users.

Already the OnePlus One forum is filled with the users from different countries giving feedback/suggestions on improving the smartphone features and in the same way the OnePlus One team is expecting a good feedback for their operating system too.

This is still in the testing phase and the OnePlus One smartphone users can flash it by following the tutorial posted in their forum.

Recommended links:

1. Download link for Official Oxygen Os

[vc_button title=”Oxygen OS” target=”_self” color=”default” href=”http://oxygenos.oneplus.net/oxygenos_1.0.0.zip”]

2. How to Flash Oxygen OS to your OnePlus One smartphone ?

[vc_button title=”Guide to flash” target=”_self” color=”default” href=”https://forums.oneplus.net/threads/oxygenos-is-here-installation-guide.289398/”]

This is purely based on the Android 5.0.2 which is light in weight and yet to be fully customized. To make it better please use the feedback app and comment your suggestions which will be directly seen by the Official ROM team of OnePlus.

For further information you can head over to the OnePlus offical forum.

we’re sure in coming years you can have a new experience on how you see a mobile OS, the more the companies that get into creating operating systems, the tougher it becomes to sustain a positive growth but from the user’s perception it would be a great deal for them to try out new OS.

Last Updated on by Vamsee Angadala

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