Final Cyanogen 12 update ETAs arrive – Steve Kondik

Jeffrey van de Velde
By Jeffrey van de Velde
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After a lot of delays, the update to CM12S for Oneplus user seems to be closer than ever. A few days ago we already reported the messages from Steve Kondik on his own page and the official Cyanogen Inc. page on Google+, but now he posted another message. The CEO of Cyanogen Inc. Steve Kondik did an announcement, by posting a reply. The answer was there almost immediately, but a few people saw it and made a print screen so everyone can see it. The print screen states:

“Should be. Takes about four days. Once it’s out I’ll probably write-up retrospect on everything that’s gone down along the way.”

CM12S

 

The CEO had also been talking lot’s before this news arrived. Here you can read all the messages again from a few days ago:

“The truth is that we’re just drunk and lazy.  Seriously though, a new test suite came out because of MR1 literally the same day as we submitted, and so we had to redo the whole process with the new one.”

“No, this has nothing to do anything like that. It really is that the suite changed, added new requirements, and we had to address them. I haven’t slept in a week, seriously.”

“It’s just as frustrating for us because we are in scramble mode and really want to ship our hard work. Hopefully we’ll get the signoff in the next day or two. We’ll immediately send the OTA as soon as we get that email :)”

Their explanation of the delay is that after the release of Android 5.1 Lollipop (MR1) there came a new test suite, so they needed to do the test all over again. When Google gave them the green light for the certification for the OTA update, it will be released for every Oneplus One user who are running stock Cyanogen 11S. People are maybe thinking that Cyanogen is a bit slow or that it doesn’t matter them. But it is just the opposite, they are very frustrated as they can’t show the hard work they have done on the ROM to the public yet. And the ETA that Oneplus gave wasn’t from Cyanogen, so nobody can come and complain at them.

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After a lot of delays, the update to CM12S for Oneplus user seems to be closer than ever. A few days ago we already reported the messages from Steve Kondik on his own page and the official Cyanogen Inc. page on Google+, but now he posted another message. The CEO of Cyanogen Inc. Steve Kondik did an announcement, by posting a reply. The answer was there almost immediately, but a few people saw it and made a print screen so everyone can see it. The print screen states:

“Should be. Takes about four days. Once it’s out I’ll probably write-up retrospect on everything that’s gone down along the way.”

CM12S

 

The CEO had also been talking lot’s before this news arrived. Here you can read all the messages again from a few days ago:

“The truth is that we’re just drunk and lazy.  Seriously though, a new test suite came out because of MR1 literally the same day as we submitted, and so we had to redo the whole process with the new one.”

“No, this has nothing to do anything like that. It really is that the suite changed, added new requirements, and we had to address them. I haven’t slept in a week, seriously.”

“It’s just as frustrating for us because we are in scramble mode and really want to ship our hard work. Hopefully we’ll get the signoff in the next day or two. We’ll immediately send the OTA as soon as we get that email :)”

Their explanation of the delay is that after the release of Android 5.1 Lollipop (MR1) there came a new test suite, so they needed to do the test all over again. When Google gave them the green light for the certification for the OTA update, it will be released for every Oneplus One user who are running stock Cyanogen 11S. People are maybe thinking that Cyanogen is a bit slow or that it doesn’t matter them. But it is just the opposite, they are very frustrated as they can’t show the hard work they have done on the ROM to the public yet. And the ETA that Oneplus gave wasn’t from Cyanogen, so nobody can come and complain at them.

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Hello everyone, Welcome at one of my articles or just at my profile. I hope you enjoy reading our articles. We really want to thank you for supporting us! So, a bit more about myself. My name is Jeffrey, I live in the Netherlands and I'm 17 years old at this moment.I love everything about tech, if you've got a question you can always hit me up at my True-Tech email address. Cheers! Jeffrey [email protected]
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