Sure, OnePlus released their in-house operating system, the OxygenOS over the weekend to get over its Cyanogen stalemate. Cyanogen engaged in an exclusive contract with Micromax and pushed OnePlus to the corner. While many users are experimenting with the OxygenOS and testing it out, most are not impressed with the features and would like to stick to the earlier ROM.
Luckily for them, Cyanogen’s Steve Kondik has said on Google+ that the ROM could release in a couple of days. In a reply to a post, he says, “It’s just as frustrating for us because we are in scramble mode and really want to ship our hard work. Hopefully we’ll get the signoff in the next day or two. We’ll immediately send the OTA as soon as we get that email”.
If you have been planning to get the OxygenOS update for your OnePlus hadnset, you might want to hold it off to see how it fares and wait for our review in a day or two. If it’s not any good, you might want to wait for the Cyanogen CM12S update. However, if you still want to get your hands on the OxygenOS, you can install the update here.