The Oxygen OS 2.2.0 update has officially began rolling to the OnePlus X. The Oxygen OS update was first made known to the public through the OnePlus forum. The update will bring a number of enhancements, with the biggest highlight to users being the introduction of the manual mode function on the OnePlus X camera.
Other additional OxygenOS update features to be expected on the OnePlus X handset include: an added “save to SD card” option to the camera app, dual-SIM options are now included in the system settings, a new update to the over-the-air app, among others. Also featured are the typical security updates, bug fixes, enhanced performance as well as a USSD bug fix for users in India. It also comes with patches for the Stagefright vulnerability.
Though the Oxygen OS 2.2.0 is not based on the Android Marshmallow software, the update isn’t too far behind. It is worth mentioning that the Android 6.0 OS update has already been confirmed for the OnePlus One and the OnePlus 2 in the first quarter of 2016, the same update is yet to be confirmed for the OnePlus X as well. If you are too impatient to wait for the notification to update your device, you can access the OTA firmware here through the XDA Developers forum, though this should be done at your own risk, as the link has not been verified.
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