OnePlus One is the recent flagship launched by the company, OnePlus. The OnePlus One has the best hardware you would expect in a phone so far! It rocks a Full HD (1920×1080) screen, with 401 ppi! The screen isn’t just good on the paper, but also to the feel, because it comes with the new Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The OnePlus One will get the updates the fastest, after the Google’s Nexus devices, because it’s preloaded with CyanogenMod 11s. It currently runs Android 4.4.4 (KitKat) and will be updated soon to Lollipop! Not only is it a beast at its display, but the specs inside in rock! The OnePlus One is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 801 chipset, and a whooping 2.5 GHz Quad-Core processor and the Krait 400. This means that handset gamers will obviously choose this phone in particular.
But this post isn’t about its hardware, it’s about its software. OnePlus One comes with CyanogenMod 11s, as mentioned above, which means a ton of features to mess up with. But you must have tried out ROMs for this device! As it’s not in the final stages of development, the OnePlus One has a serious chance of getting bricked. This tutorial is about the people who have bricked their phone, or want to revert back to stock. Follow this simple guide to unbrick your OnePlus One.
Note : This tutorial must be followed properly! Make sure you have all the drivers installed on your Windows PC, and you have administrator permissions.
Restore OnePlus One to Stock – The Steps
- Make sure you have installed appropriate USB Drivers for the OnePlus One on your computer.
- Download the OPORecovery Tool corresponding to your device model:
- Run the following program as an administrator. In Windows 8, 8.1, or 7, right click on the program, select ‘Run as administrator’ and proceed.
- Switch your OnePlus One off.
- Connect your OnePlus One to your PC.
- If Windows doesn’t detect it, press Volume UP + Power at the same time, until it detects it.
- Click Refresh, you will notice something different.
- Make sure that ‘Normal Restore’ is checked, and click on start. The flashing process will start now. Do not interrupt the flashing process. It may take a long time…
- The tool will show a green circle once done. This indicates that the flashing process has successfully been done.
- Now, disconnect your OnePlus One from your PC.
Voila! Check your OnePlus One now, it has been reverted back to stock/unbricked!