Some notes and sketches to install OxygenOS on the OnePlus One, plus some remarks on my experiences.
Download OxygenOS from here. Unzip the file and check MD5 of
oxygen_1.0.0_flashable.zip with MD5 from web-page.
$ cat oxygen_1.0.0_flashable.md5 2d79312774c44d2fa2bf5bb0c877d1b7 ONE_12_OTA_001_all.zip $ md5sum oxygen_1.0.0_flashable.zip 2d79312774c44d2fa2bf5bb0c877d1b7 oxygen_1.0.0_flashable.zip
Installation instructions are in Installation Guide. This guide is also very helpful: How to Install CyanogenMod on the OnePlus One (“bacon”).
apt-get install android-tools-adb apt-get install android-tools-fastboot
As user root:
adb reboot bootloader adb devices fastboot devices fastboot oem unlock fastboot flash recovery twrp-220.127.116.11-bacon.img adb shell adb push oxygen_1.0.0_flashable.zip /sdcard/
It is recommended to install
supersu, which is offered on the phone during installation.
Some remarks on my experience with OxygenOS after three weeks of use:
- Battery life is worse than with old CM11, CM12 also has these battery drain issues. It looks like this is a general Lollipop problem.
- Double tap to turn phone off no longer works.
- Encryption of phone no longer works.