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OnePlus paused CM OS 12 OTA to add ‘OK OnePlus’ feature

OnePlus had started the rollout of the much awaited Android 5.0 Lollipop based Cyanogen OS 12 system update for the One last week. Few lucky folks managed to download the CM OS 12 and many kept waiting for the OTA update.

Carl Pei, co-founder of OnePlus shared on Twitter that the OTA update was paused to add a new ‘OK OnePlus’ voice activation feature in the update. The new OK OnePlus is quite similar to the Ok Google voice search feature and it will even work when the phone is in sleep mode.

The OK OnePlus was announced last year when the phone was launched and was supposed to be integrated through an OTA system update. However, that never happened. Now OnePlus will add that with the CM OS 12 OTA update and start seeding it again.

Those who have manually installed the CM OS 12 update might have to repeat the process next week in order to get the new voice activation feature.


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