OnePlus 2 will not run standard CyanogenMod




The OnePlus 2, to be released this summer, will be unlike his predecessor One running CyanogenMod no, but OnePlus’ own OxygenOS. So says the founder of the Chinese smartphone manufacturer against an American newspaper.

With the confirmation opposite USA Today puts an end to the rumors about the end of the collaboration between OnePlus and Cyanogen. The OnePlus One came out last year with standard CyanogenMod aboard Cyanogen and the unit still provides updates. While it is possible that there comes out a CyanogenMod-edition for the OnePlus 2, that will be a custom ROM and no standard software.

OxygenOS is the skin that is OnePlus own making. It has previously adopted many developers of custom ROM Paranoid Android. The current version of the OnePlus One is based on Android 5.0 and is close to stock Android.

OnePlus confirms that it will sell the OnePlus 2 again with a system of invitations. That would be necessary to avoid the proliferation of delivery times or that people are ‘sold’ to see on the site. The device comes between early July and late September from. The OnePlus One is from Monday to get it now without an invitation. That was the case every Tuesday, but now also applies to other days of the week.


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