Some curious folks over at XDA have managed to put together a functioning Android 5.0 AOSP ROM for the OnePlus One handset. The smartphone is expected to officially get the CyanogenMod skinned version of Android 5.0 sometime early next year, but this is worth a try if you can’t wait till then.
As of now, it is said that features like Bluetooth and NFC are non-functional while everything else appears to be pretty stable. It’s good to know that the developer community is out there to support the handset even though it’s only available in limited quantities.
Bear in mind, this ROM is in no way affiliated to the CyanogenMod team even though the ROM file mentions CM12. It’s essentially a stock Android 5.0 build which you’ll find running on the Nexus 6 or even the Nexus 5 which supports a nearly finished developer preview build of Lollipop.
Make sure you give this a try if you’re aware of all the risks involved with flashing third party ROMs.
Via: Android Beat