It’s still hard to get your hands on a OnePlus One, however if you’re among the small group of people using the handset, a new software update is now available for your rare smartphone. Cyanogen’s CM 11S 38R is rolling out as an over-the-air patch and its highlights include an updated lockscreen, improved touchscreen responsiveness, the ability to capture photos in RAW format and high bitrate (24 bit, 96/192khz—flac/alac/wav) audio support.

Like most software updates, Cyanogen’s latest effort resolves its share of unspecified bug fixes, so you may notice an overall performance improvement when using your phone.

Here’s a look at today’s changelog in its entirety:

  • Added method for users to report bugs directly to Cyanogen.
  • Added pause button during video recording.
  • Improved battery life.
  • Fixed issues with camera exposure compensation stuck in ‘auto’.
  • Fixed issues with ‘4G Preferred’ option not connecting to 3G data.
  • Fixed issues with delay in torch activation.
  • Fixed issues with unresponsive screen requiring reboot.
  • Fixed issues with static in speaker when changing volume while headset plugged in.
  • Fixed issues with rotation not triggering when rotated slowly.
  • Fixed issues with Quiet Hours / system UI causing battery drain on last day of month.
  • Fixed issues with camera not starting when LED torch is already on.
  • Fixed issues with Bluetooth volume low on connection.

(via OnePlus)

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