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Cyanogen pulls out OnePlus touchscreen fix due to battery drain

They created a fix to an annoying problem, only to have that fix create another possibly more annoying problem. That is the situation that some OnePlus One users are experiencing, as a fix to the device's touchscreen issues has been pulled out because it has been causing excessive battery drain once it has been installed. Cyanogen says they are already working on creating an actual solution that will not cause further damage.

OnePlus One gets another touchscreen firmware update

OnePlus surprised the mobile industry by introducing OnePlus One that ended up as one of the top and most popular smartphones in 2014. It was initially offered by invitation only but the company recently made it available for everyone. The brand even went through some challenges and legal battles the past months especially in India, no thanks to Cyanogen making an exclusive contract with Micromax despite an earlier agreement with OnePlus. So the two tech companies went head-to-head in India but good thing that chapter is almost over.

OnePlus ready to deal with touchscreen issues, firmware update soon

According to OnePlus, there was a sharp increase in users experiencing touchscreen issues in the past few days. This has caused a minor uproar in the always active OnePlus forums. There might just be a few owners of the OnePlus One compared to other brands, but they sure know how to make themselves heard. Good thing OnePlus knows how listen to their users.

OnePlus ends legal battles in India, Cyanogen to continue support

If you remember last year, China-based smartphone manufacturer OnePlus got itself into a sticky situation with primary software partner Cyanogen over business actions in the sub-continent of India. As you may know, India is one of the fastest growing smartphone markets in the world, and everybody wants a piece of the pie – even Cyanogen and OnePlus. The year of 2014 ended with OnePlus and Cyanogen, plus Cyanogen’s India-based partner Micromaxx, in a legal scuffle. OnePlus just released what seems like good news today that their legal troubles in India are over.

OnePlus One system update rolling out now

If you are a user of the OnePlus One smartphone running cyanogen, a new update is apparently ready to roll out. Reposts have surfaced indicating that some users have received the notification that a new update for the device is ready to install.

OnePlus One now available for anyone, even without invite

Has it only been a year since OnePlus introduced this different kind of marketing wherein you had to get an invite to buy a smartphone? Well, apparently, April 23, 2014 was the big day and to commemorate this milestone, they are finally doing away with the thing that made them famous in the first place. That's right, anyone can order online the OnePlus One, and it doesn't have to be just Tuesdays. It can be everyday until forever, or until they run out of stocks.

Invites out: OnePlus 2, OPO Lite speculated to debut tomorrow

Well look what we have here. It looks like some of the rumors and leaks were less than true, as we all were led to believe that OnePlus is pushing its flagship launch to Q3, maybe Q4 of this year. But here we are today, and an invite is clearly out from the Shenzhen-based outfit for what seems to be a launch event tomorrow. Will the OnePlus 2 finally be unveiled, together with a rumored second phone device?

LeTV looks to be a new player in high-end devices

It wasn’t too long ago when China-based brands like Xiaomi, OPPO, and OnePlus made their debut and sounded their challenge to the established order of smartphone manufacturers. These young Chinese companies were aggressive and were willing to sell devices that have the same or almost the same specs as the flagship and high-end devices Samsung, Apple, HTC or LG – and selling them at ridiculously low prices. It looks like we have another new player in LeTV.
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