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As we have already covered many stories about the OnePlus One receiving the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow officially from Cyanogen OS team with their latest Cyanogen OS 13. This is a great deal for OnePlus One users looking forward to testing the latest AOSP source code on their Android device so early. Cyanogen OS team released the OTA version ZNH0EAS26M which was the first Android 6.0.1 release for the CM 13.1 ROM. Later, the developer team released a small bug fix incremental OTA update version ZNH0EAS2JK that took the Cyanogen OS to version 13.0.1. The full firmware file wasn’t available when the OTAs were released. However, today, Cyanogen released the fastboot files for the OnePlus on their support page. The listed files consist of 2 fastboot zip files and 1 fastboot boot debuggable image file. All are signed and come officially from the Cyanogen OS development team. Check out the source. If you are interested, then grab the files and follow the guide below.

Download OnePlus One Cyanogen OS 13.0.1 ZNH0EAS2JK Fastboot & Flashable Zip Files

Version Download MD5 Checksum
Cyanogen OS 13.0.1 (6.0.1) cm-13.0-ZNH0EAS2JK-bacon-signed-fastboot-2d1a3b8dca.zip f44c296aa4347a282d0b1b555e55bb63
Cyanogen OS 13.0.1 (6.0.1) cm-13.0-ZNH0EAS2JK-bacon-signed-e7fe1f7ac5.zip 9ef2d6fa8fc5461d9cdd63fa955dd8ec
Cyanogen OS 13.0.1 (6.0.1) ccm-13.0-ZNH0EAS2JK-bacon-boot-debuggable-52d8c0f6c7.img 42a60bbce4edb4b76b7795dcd77e5e89

How to Flash Official Cyanogen OS 13.0.1 ZNH0EAS2JK Fastboot Image File On OnePlus One?

As this is the full firmware file for OnePlus One, you cannot install it using stock or custom recovery. This requires ADB and fastboot method. Follow our tutorial for OnePlus One: How to Restore OnePlus One To Stock Cyanogen OS 13.0.1 With Fastboot Files or Factory Image or you may also refer to our detailed tutorial: How to Flash Factory Images On Android Devices. The second file is a flashable zip file. Use this tutorial to flash it.

This guide can be helpful in the following situations:

  • Upgrade your OnePlus One to newer Android version (6.0.1).
  • Fix your OnePlus One if it’s giving you force closes (FC errors) and restarts randomly.
  • Unbrick your OnePlus One if it’s stuck at the boot logo or device gets into bootloop.
  • Restore/ Revert back to Stock on your OnePlus One with the latest fastboot file.
  • Restore OnePlus device to factory state or OEM.
  • Downgrade your OnePlus One to lower build no. by using the lower Android version 5.1.1 file.
  • Unroot or uninstall custom recovery like TWRP from your OnePlus One.

Follow and like us on social media. For queries, comment down below or leave a message in the forums. the OnePlus 2, one of the most popular device from the manufacturer, has already received the official Beta Oxygen OS 3.0. You may also like Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for OnePlus X.

Source: Cyanogen OS

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