The OnePlus One has not had a smooth ride to fame since it debuted earlier this year. The unlocked handset boasts powerful specs and a large 1080p screen, but its invite system had precluded many fans from buying one, and its CyanogenMOD-based software has had more than a few problems.
The latest update, CM11S 44S, aims to fix, once and for all, the company’s biggest issues: poor touchscreen responsiveness. According to OnePlus, the update integrates a new Synaptics touch driver that should make mis-presses a thing of the past.
The update also fixes a number of outstanding bugs, including a potentially dangerous one that caused corrupted memory partitions for a small number of users.
A full list of fixes and improvements is below:
- Resolved SSLv3 POODLE security issue
- Updated touchscreen firmware
- Fixed issues with memory causing screen artifacts
- Fixed issues with random reboots and instability
- Fixed issues with WiFi and modem crashes
- Fixed issues with Filesystem
- Fixed issues with “black bar”
- Fixed issues with persist partition corruption
- Fixed issues with AT&T VoLTE
The update will roll out to users over the coming days, or you can download the 90MB update to flash it manually.