Developers have successfully ported the Nougat to OnePlus One
These last couple of days have been a rough one for the management of OnePlus and whenever their name shows up in the news section, people are now looking forward to reading the words about them. What with the fact that their Oxygen OS caused more harm than it did the users good and we even heard of an OnePlus 3 unit, it has come to the hands of the original member of the OnePlus line-up, the OnePlus One, to restore some normalcy.
With the launch of the Android Nougat 7.0, we have seen a series of developers get to work and start porting this software onto various smartphones that have not even been listed for support, some of such being the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5. It seems that the success seen on the Nexus front has further emboldened the developers to try something better and they have ported the Nougat to a OnePlus One smartphone.
Although there are a few bumps, glitches and issues, the developer community should be applauded on pulling off such a feat just a few days after the software was launched and if you want to get a Nougat experience on your own One smartphone, this could be the only alternative given that you won’t be getting any official updates.
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