News by Luke Jones on Saturday November 08, 2014.
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CyanogenMod has issued a slice of brand new software for the OnePlus One, bringing a new update to the device to sort out a number of minor issues that have been evident on the handset recently. Carrying the build number CM 11S 44S, the patch addresses security flaws in the CyanogenMod, while it also tackles a touchscreen problem that has been reported on the OnePlus One for a long time. This screen issue affects typing, while the software update will also provide a fix for the so-called "black bar" problem that occasionally leaves lines on the screen.The update is available now over the air and should be showing up right now. The package weighs in at 87.4MB and should be landing on your OnePlus One in the next few days if it has not already. The company will be sending out another pre-order windows this month, although OnePlus has not said whether this update will ship with new devices or whether users will need to do a day one update.
Check out the full changelog: Fixed issues with memory causing screen artefacts Fixed issues with random reboots and instability Fixed issues with WiFi and modem crashes Fixed issues with Filesystem Fixed issues with "black bar" Fixed issues with persist partition corruption Fixed issues with AT&T VoLTE
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