The OnePlus team has today announced a CyanogenMod 11S update for the OnePlus One. The update will begin rolling out from today, bringing with it numerous fixes and improvements, but highlights include SwiftKey and MaxxAudio, both of which are now bundled with the OS. No, we're not on Android 5.0 Lollipop just yet.
As we continue to improve the camera on the One, there are now three video focus options: auto, continuous, and infinity. Other things that were added include regulatory information, audio output latency optimization, LED overlays, and an ANT+ library.
We previously looked at OnePlus teaming up with Waves Audio to offer MaxxAudio on its smartphone and SwiftKey was confirmed to be hitting the device too. If you've failed to use either software in the past, you'll now be able to choose a new keyboard and fiddle with some more settings.
Check the source link for the full log of changes. Expect to see the update hit your OnePlus One soon.
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