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Cyanogen OS 12 (YNG1TAS17L) Rooted/Cleaned ROM On OnePlus One

Written by Hassan Abbas

Here is how to install Cyanogen OS 12 OnePlus One YNG1TAS17L Rooted/Cleaned ROM. The Cyanogen team released the OTA update for OnePlus One devices. The build number of this firmware is YNG1TAS17L that comes with Ok OnePlus voice activation functionality and some other fixes. So if you have a OnePlus One and waiting for a rooted and cleaned ROM for your device then we’ve some good news for you that CraZY_BoY^ (Senior XDA Member) has provided a rooted and cleaned ROM including small mods which are based on the Cyanogen OS 12 YNG1TAS17L.


If you are interested to get this rooted and cleaned Cyanogen OS 12 (YNG1TAS17L) ROM on your OnePlus One then follow the given instructions to update your OnePlus One manually. Do note that this ROM has SuperSU pre-installed and according to the forum member, you don’t need to install Google Apps package separately.

Before proceeding to the installation guide, check out the main features of this ROM:

Cyanogen OS 12 (YNG1TAS17L) ROM Features:

  • Cleaned
  • SuperSU (because Titanium Backup works better with it)
  • Eleven Music Player instead of Google Music
  • Cabinet instead of stock CM FM
  • Camera Next Mod
  • Material Gallery icon


This guide containing the rooted and cleaned Cyanogen OS 12 YNG1TAS17L ROM can be used for the OnePlus One devices only. Do not try to install this firmware on any other device or incorrect variant. It is recommended to check the model number of your device first.


We will not responsible for any kind of damage during or after the installation of Cyanogen OS 12 OnePlus One ROM. Proceed at your own risk.


  • Create a proper backup of all your existing data and settings on the phone before proceeding to the installation guide using a recommended custom recovery.
  • Enable USB Debugging Mode on the OnePlus One by navigating to Settings > Developer Options.
  • Verify that you’ve properly installed the OnePlus One USB Drivers on the PC.
  • Your device should be rooted with the latest version of a custom recovery like CWM or TWRP installed.
  • The bootloader of your OnePlus One must be unlocked.
  • Make sure that the battery level of the device is above 80% before going ahead.

Steps to Flash Cyanogen OS 12 OnePlus One YNG1TAS17L Rooted/Cleaned ROM:

1:- First, download Cyanogen OS 12 OnePlus One YNG1TAS17L ROM ( and Google Apps on the desktop of the PC.

Download Cyanogen OS 12 YNG1TAS17L Rooted/Cleaned ROM

2:- Plug your device to the PC using its USB data cable and mount its USB memory storage.

3:- Transfer Cyanogen OS 12 YNG1TAS17L ROM .zip file which you’ve already downloaded from the above link to the root folder of your SD card on the phone.

4:- Power OFF the OnePlus One and then press and hold Volume Down Power keys at the same time enter the phone into Recovery Mode.

5:- While your device is now in CWM Recovery, perform wipe data/factory resetwipe cache partition and wipe Dalvik cache also by navigating to Advanced > Wipe Dalvik Cache.

Note:- wipe dalvik cache will help you to prevent boot loops and other errors while ROM installation.

6:- Go back to the main Recovery Menu and choose to install zip from SD card → to choose zip from sd card.

7:- Navigate to the Cyanogen OS 12 YNG1TAS17L ROM .zip file which you’ve already transferred to the SD card of your device previously. Select the ROM .zip file using the Power button and confirm the installation to begin.

8:- Navigate to +++++Go Back+++++ once the installation is completed. From Recovery Menu, reboot your device by selecting reboot system now.

That’s All! You’ve successfully installed the latest Cyanogen OS 12 OnePlus One rooted ROM.


Let us know in the comment section below if you have any queries or problems regarding the above tutorial to update OnePlus One to CM12 OS ROM.

Also Read: How to Root and install TWRP recovery on OnePlus 3

About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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