How to Update OnePlus One to Cyanogen OS 12 build YNG1TAS2I3
The OnePlus One users can now download a new Cyanogen OS 12 build version YNG1TAS2I3. The update brings the necessary bug-fixes for a number of issues that smartphone owners have been facing for a while. These include touchscreen sensitivity, Bluetooth connectivity with several in-car systems and MMS text sending on various carriers.
OnePlus has previously rolled out a couple of OTA updates to fix the touch unresponsiveness issue, but it had only got it fixed partially. The manufacturer now claims to have resolved almost all the nagging common problems with the OnePlus One, thanks to this new Cyanogen OS update.
It’s worth mentioning that the latest build of Cyanogen OS 12 is based on Android 5.0.2 Lollipop, and not Android 5.1.1 — an update OnePlus recently promised.
The YNG1TASI3 update comprises of both OTA (just 20 MB!) and full ROM (566 MB). Those who are running an earlier Lollipop build YNG1TAS17L are recommended to use the smaller incremental OTA zip file, which should save more than 500MB storage space on your phone.
Nevertheless, if the OTA update fails to fix the issue, then you could flash the FULL version ROM.
- The guide is only for OnePlus One. Don’t try on any other device!
- Make sure you backup all the necessary files and settings on your phone.
- Verify that the phone is running on stock recovery and stock ROM
- Ensure the OnePlus One is charged to at least 80% of power.
Disclaimer: TechFrag will not be held liable for any potential damage caused to your device as a result of following this guide. So users are advised to proceed at their own risk.
Update OnePlus One to Cyanogen OS 12 build YNG1TAS2I3
Download the official update file (either OTA or Full) for OnePlus One.
Transfer the downloaded file to the root folder of your phone’s internal storage.
Boot your OnePlus One into recovery mode:
- Enable developer options first. Go into Setting > About phone. Tap build no 7 times.
- Return to Settings and then choose Developer options.
- Enable Advanced reboot.
- Reboot into stock recovery by pressing and holding the Power and Volume Down rocker together, then release them when the OnePlus logo appears on screen.
Flash the update by following the below instructions:
- On Stock Cyanogen recovery, tap on ‘Apply Update’.
- Select ‘Choose from Internal Storage’.
- Select ‘0/’ which is the internal storage.
- Now, choose the zip file you downloaded earlier.
- On TWRP recovery (v184.108.40.206 or newer), tap on Install > locate the update file.
- Tap on the file, then do a swipe on the “Swipe to Confirm Flash” option.
Wait until the update is installed, then return to main page and perform ‘wipe cache partition’.
Tap on ‘Reboot system now’ to restart the device.
That’s it. Now, your OnePlus One should be running on the new Cyanogen OS 12 Lollipop OS. Enjoy!
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