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OnePlus One getting a new CM 11S 05Q update today

OnePlus One

The OnePlus One smartphone will start receiving an OTA update to CyanogenMod 11S today according to a post issued by the company. The update known as CM 11S 05Q will introduce some new features while fixing a bunch of pertinent bugs. The Android version will remain unchanged at 4.4.4 though, with the Lollipop update expected to be shown off on February 12.

Amidst reports of the OnePlus-Cyanogen split, news of this update is welcoming. You can find the entire change log of the update below. So if you own a OnePlus One, the update should be hitting your device by now. If not, make sure you check the settings and pull the update manually.

Recovery:

  • Fixed dab with Linux 3.10Improved ADB SideloadImproved wipe confirmation screen layout
  • Improved progress bar

General:

  • Fixed wrong emergency call propertyImproved audio policy flexibilityIncreased void volume
  • Improved light controls
  • Updated WCNSS configuration
  • Upgraded ADCB Files
  • Powered HAL improvements
  • Upgraded SQLite to version 3.8.6
  • Reduced volume increment/decrement step per click
  • Added support for Query SIM SMS capacity
  • Upgraded TP firmware to 14001220
  • Fixed headset insert/remove crash
  • Fixed ability to hang up a call from a wired audio headset

Set Up:

  • SetupWizard: Allow turning on mobile data if off by default

FileManager:

  • Fixed force close when sharing multiple files over Bluetooth

FOTA:

  • Displays download size as a decimal prefix
  • Enabled scrolling on the system update screen
  • Added Download clicked notification
  • Shows download size on UI
  • Updated IconsAdded progress bar

CameraNext:

  • Added letterbox view for to show actual capture in preview
  • Added toast information to aid in first time use of Continuous shot

GalleryNext:

  • Additional supported video types

Dialer:

  • Blacklist, strip extension from number
  • Fixed screen rotation behavior during call

Clock:

  • Call events can be handled on alarm
  • Fixed city and time zone entries

Source: OnePlus

Via: Android Police