The OnePlus 2 is yet to receive an official Android Marshmallow update. Fortunately users of the device can still get to enjoy most of the features packed in the OS, thanks to a released community build of the Marshmallow software. The Marshmallow based OxygenOS 3.0.1 which is currently available to the OnePlus 2, should be the last beta installed manually before owners of the handset can see the final build reach them.
OxygenOS 3.0.1 brings a load of new features with the inclusion of an optimized Doze Mode, added fingerprint improvements, camera improvements along with a fix for the optical image stabilization feature, the recent apps screen now includes a Clear process button for shutting down background processes, apps in recents that are not affected by the Clear all option have been locked, and SwiftKey has been updated to a 6.3.3 version.
If you’re willing to try out this latest beta firmware, you can manually download and flash the ROM on your device. Otherwise you’ll have to wait a few more weeks before the official update rolls over the air.
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