Get features from the OnePlus One and CyanogenMod 11S on your device
It may be hard to come across an invite to buy the OnePlus One featuring the special edition CyanogenMod ROM, CM11S, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get some of the features now, except for the lockscreen.
The source code for the device has been released and a system dump has showed up online, so you can try out many of the apps, in addition to downloading the boot animation.
Over at XDA Developers forum, member iH8ra!n uploaded a system dump from CyanogenMod 11S build KVT49L_XNPH22Q, “a complete firmware dump of the OnePlus One” as well as some Nexus 4 compatible CM11S applications. iH8ra!n tested all of the apps on a Nexus 4, running the latest CM 11 nightly and said that all are working. It was also noted that you should be running a CM 11 build compiled on or after May 8, 2014.
Some of the apps include CameraNext, GalleryNext, Screencast, the Hexo theme (there are two APKs, one for the icons, the other for everything else such as the wallpaper, font, etc.) and the theme store, Theme Showcase. The app APKs are uploaded to Google Drive and can be downloaded here.
Not all of the apps worked on my Nexus 4 running the latest nightly, but the new CM camera is one that worked that’s pretty great and I’ve used the Hexo theme and GalleryNext.
The lockscreen APKs are included, but don’t work. If you read through the thread on XDA, it seems that the only way it would work is if a ROM is ported over. There is an app though that gives you the look of the lockscreen that can be downloaded here on Google Play. There’s a photo below of what this app, “OnePlus One Lock Screen” looks like when activated.
If you would like to install the new Cyanogen boot animation, there are flashable .zip files at the source link below, as well as flashable zips for the apps if you would like to install them that way. Make sure when flashing the boot animation you download the right one for your device, according to your device’s screen resolution.
Although I wasn’t able to test them on another device, some may be able to be used on other devices, but that’s all up to you guys to try.
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