Cyanogen OS 12.1 update stands on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and it has reached OnePLus One devices OTA. Android Police states in a report that this update will arrive to merely 2% devotees.
But, don’t torment yourself because the OTA update will arrive to every OnePlus One user out there in the end. This update has the following no. YOG4PAS1N0 and it will take about 645 MB of space.
Cyanogen OS 12.1 rolls out with repairs regarding the Stagefright vulnerability. Different Android smartphone producers were already on it and they rolled out various fixes for the latter threat. This was a big deal because it permitted saboteurs to take full control over a person’s Android handset.
A pretty simple action performed with the help of a media file that was sent via MMS. The OnePlus has already unveiled a couple of Stagefright fixes for Oxygen OS and it was meant to target OnePlus One and OnePlus 2 devices.
Have a look at what the update notice reveals: “This update provides critical security fixes for your device to address recently publicized vulnerabilities on Android devices. As this is a sizable update, please allocate 20 minutes for the installation process and ensure your device is fully charged before proceeding with the install.”
If you have Android 5.0 operating on your device, you should check out another update that is up for grabs over-the-air, a minor one which is a file of 304 MB in size.
Keep your eyes open for the home knob found in Chrome. You will also see the home page with Bing set as the default browser. Even if this update will reach OnePlus One users, it will also be accessible to Yu Yureka and Yu Yuphoria users.
Let us recall the fact that Yu Televentures, announced back in June that Android 5.1 Lollipop-based Cyanogen OS 12.1 update for Yu Yureka and Yuphoria was in the ultimate testing phase.
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