After the OnePlus 2, the company has now started rolling out OxygenOS 2.2.0 update for the OnePlus X. Furthermore, the company is also bringing its homebrew Oxygen OS to the OnePlus One, which was the only one left running on Cyanogen OS. Also Read - OnePlus Nord CE vs Redmi Note 10 Pro Max: Does 4G still outdo 5G at a lesser price?Also Read - OnePlus Nord CE 5G pre-orders in India begin: How to book the new OnePlus
Just like the OnePlus 2, the OxygenOS update for the OnePlus X brings with it a bunch of bug fixes and new features. The new features include a manual mode for the camera app, as well as the option to save photos to SD card. The company has added dual-SIM preferences to System settings, security patches, and a USSD bug fix. Also Read - OnePlus TV U1S series with 4K UHD display, Dolby Audio launched in India starting at Rs 39,999
OnePlus says that the update rollout is a gradual process and users might have to wait a bit until it hits their devices. In the meantime, you can head over to Settings -> About Phone -> System Updates, to check for the update manually.
As mentioned above, OnePlus is also rolling out OxygenOS 2.1.4 update for the OnePlus One. It is however not an OTA update, but a complete end-to-end package that needs to be manually flashed onto the device.
To keep the OS clean and fast, the company says that there are a few features missing on the release version. These include the likes of MaxxAudio’s sound technology, manual camera mode, RAW file support and the screen temperature slider among others. That said, it does come with a couple of unique features like Dark Mode, and custom icon packs among others.
OnePlus warns that flashing the OxygenOS onto the OnePlus One will wipe the device’s memory clean. While side-loading the ROM using something TWRP could work, the company strongly advises against it. OnePlus says using TWRP could potentially lead to the smartphone losing radio and IMEI, which can only be solved by visiting the service center.
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