While the OnePlus 3 may still struggle in bringing Android Pay support to its users, OnePlus 2 OxygenOS 3.1.0 update is on its way. The emerging Chinese tech company has notified that the update will be incremental. Hence, users may have to wait a few days before the OTA update notification shows up.

While the OnePlus 2 may be months away from a software bump, the latest update does bring some relief to the users. Apart from the August security level upgrade, OnePlus 2 OxygenOS 3.1.0 update also fixes the notorious QuadRooter vulnerability. BlackBerry was the first OEM brand to announce a QuadRooter fix last month.

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“We’ve begun rolling out OxygenOS 3.1.0 for the OnePlus 2 today. Here’s what’s new in this update:

  • Fixed some notification issues
  • Improved Doze Mode performance
  • Added media sound toggle for alert slider
  • Addressed alert slider/silent mode issue
  • Implemented August 1 security patches for Android
  • Implemented Quadrooter patch
  • General bug fixes

This rollout will be incremental. We will do our best to get everyone covered as quickly as possible. Please give us your thoughts and feedback in the comments below!”

Apart from the QuadRooter patch, the update also promises to fix issues with notifications, alert slider and enhanced performance of Doze Mode. If you are among the users eligible for the latest OnePlus 2 OxygenOS 3.1.0 update, do keep us posted on what enhancements you’ve received with the update.

Source: Stuff

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