OnePlus released its OnePlus One phone in 2014 and it was cherished so much by people that this meant the start of the OnePlus brand. Back then, it has set an alternative benchmark in the Flagship gadgets market, despite the fact that it’s almost 2018, and yet a major part of customers are finding help in it, by making it their personal driver.
Don’t care about the error and bugs, they are not staying for long
AOSP ROM is the one that can help you and it is accessible as of now. However, it is still an experiment, so you might find some errors and bugs. The significant downside of this ROM is that the Camera and the video recording features are not working properly and another serious issue is that both physical navigation keys and on-screen navigation keys are activated automatically, which is not a very pleasant thing to see.
Baby steps to installing Android 8.0 Oreo
For the installation to run smoothly, you will have to get a rooted device and, preferably, TWRP installed on it. You really should make a back up of your files, just to be sure. After that, download the ROM and Gapps file.
Now you need to put your device on recovery mode and afterwards tap on the Wipe option. With that, wipe the system, cache and all the data. After that tap on the Install button and find the ROM document exhibit in your gadget, then swipe the Install option.
As it finishes, tap again on the Install option and select the Gapps document, then just swipe the Install option, and you should be ready to go. Click on the Reboot option. Don’t worry if it takes a while, it’s all normal.