Simply install or revert to stock with official tools
Those who purchased the Oppo N1 before the CyanogenMod version was available will be excited to know that the official CyanogenMod ROM for the device is available to all users. As promised the official package is available for installation on any version of the Oppo N1, so if you want to ditch that ColorOS in favor of CM you now can.
CyanogenMod has been customized for the N1 to support all of the different hardware and software features that are found on the device. Some of the unique support they built in were for the rotating camera, the O-Click Bluetooth remote control as well as various features from ColorOS like double tap to wake.
The installation process is extremely easy, and if you want to revert at any time you will be able to load ColorOS back on the device. For full details of the loading process and download links for CM or ColorOS for the Oppo N1, be sure to hit the source link below.
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