OnePlus finally has an update for the aging OnePlus One. The company recently released OxygenOS 2.1.4 for its first smartphone, admitting that the device “was not getting its fair share of love.”

“Now, because no two devices are the same, we inevitably had to deviate slightly from feature parity with the OnePlus 2,” OnePlus explained in a blog post, noting that bonus features in the OnePlus 2 code, such as MaxxAudio’s proprietary audio technology, were removed. “The manual camera mode and RAW file format capability also did not make the final cut. For obvious reasons, there is no fingerprint support, nor a screen temperature slider. Beyond these concessions, you will be able to enjoy a version of OxygenOS that has been fully optimized for the OnePlus One.”

Those extra features include Dark Mode, support for custom icon packs, special app permissions, double tap to wake and more. Hit the source to grab the installation packages now.