This disclosure comes after the ROM-maker's statement that it won’t be supporting the device in the country due to owed exclusive partnership with Micromax.

However, work on creating this software is already underway, but with Cyanogen having revealed that it will be supporting the One handset’s software, things have gotten confusing now.

The phone was out across the world with the Android-based Cyanogen 11S OS onboard. The maker of the famous CyanogenMod supports this software with regular updates to keep it stable and add new features to it.

Finally the company has now clarified that it will issue OTA firmware updates for all global devices, including those sold in India.