Until now, OnePlus One owners were able to install Android Marshmallow on their devices only via third-party ROMS. This phone, which was released exactly two years ago, with Android 4.4.2 KitKat out of the box, it was upgraded to 5.1.1 Lollipop and on top of the OS was running CyanogenMod 12.1.1 or Oxygen 2.1.4. Finally, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow is ready to roll out, in the form of Cyanogen OS 13, over the air.
OnePlus has announced the news on its forums and owners of its first flagship should get Marshmallow in the next days, over the air. However, the official firmware for OnePlus One is Cyanogen OS 13 and it’s based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. In the past months, there were released a few Marshmallow custom ROMs for OnePlus One, such as [ROM][CM13][Android 6.0] TugaPower, [EXPERIMENTAL][CAF][MRA58K] Homemade Android 6.0 Marshmallow build, [ALPHA][WIP][ROM][6.0] CyanogenMOD 13 [UNOFFICIAL], EXP | ROM | CyanogenMOD 13 Unofficial Builds | Alpha, [CAF/AOSP][6.0.0][BETA]AOSParadox Project 2.0, [Marshmallow] VM13 by vinman12, [6.0] OmniRom [EXPERIMENTAL], [ROM][6.0][alpha][UNOFFICIAL] 2 Nov | CyanogenMOD 13 builds, [ALPHA][WIP][ROM][Android 6.0] Zaphods CyanogenMOD 13 [UNOFFICIAL] etc., and now, the official Cyanogen OS 13 (CM13S) build ZNH0EAS26M is being pushed out to this Chinese device.
If you won’t be notified soon about the availability of the update, you should head to your phone’s Settings> About Phone> System Updates and check if the Marshmallow update is available. This version brings new features such as Doze, the battery saver which will extend the life of your device by up to 30 percent; Google Now on Tap; better app permissions; bug fixes and other improvements. At this moment, the manufacturer is soak testing Marshmallow on its newer OnePlus 2, so the update will be released soon for this device. As for the OnePlus X, the mid-range phone was upgraded to OxygenOS 2.2.1 last week.
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