As many of you may know, the roll out of the new Cyanogen update was stopped this week with the justification that the brand will add a new feature to the firmware, detection of the “Okay, OnePlus” hotword. Many have doubted of this justification to stop a long-delayed rollout just to add a small new feature.gm
According to Cyanogen’s Steve Kondik, on the OnePlus forums
The reasons why we stopped the initial rollout are because of a problem updating encrypted devices from 11 to 12, and a couple of bugs that we felt were critical enough to fix before continuing (mms/telephony/themes). We also had an error in our production build environment that broke voice wakeup.
It seems taht that bugs have been fixed now, and the rollout can now continue; users who already received the initial CM 12 build (YNG1TAS0YL) will receive a small OTA for the aforementioned bugs. Users still on CM 11 will soon receive a preparatory update of about 8MB that’s mandatory for encrypted devices, followed immediately by the full CM 12 update (YNG1TAS17L).
As usual, the OTA file for the CM 12 (YNG1TAS17L) update is available for download and manual installation.
Once you get the update for the “Okay, OnePlus” feature you can activate it from Settings>Language and Input>Voice Wakeup.