Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has released a new software to the mid-range OnePlus X. This new firmware OxygenOS v2.2.1 is not based on Android Marshmallow OS, but is an incremental update and brings bug-fixes, optimisation features, security software patch and more to the OnePlus X.
Here's the official OxygenOS 2.2.1 change-log:
- Fix for data leak while roaming experienced in some regions
- Fix for microphone being muted when using Google Hangouts
- Fix for app drawer not launching when google search bar is hidden
- GMS 3.0 upgrade
- APN update to support Tigo carrier
- Security patch update
- General bug fixes and optimizations
The OTA (Over-The-Air) roll-out process is being carried in out stages so it will take some time for the new update to reach all corners of the world.
How to install OTA update on Android phones:
Go to Settings >> About Phone >> System update
In a related development, OnePlus has commenced Android v6.0.1 Marshmallow-based OxygenOS v3.0 soak test for OnePlus 2.
If the company is satisfied with the feedback from the device owners, the new update will be officially released soon.
Going by the previous soak test conducted by Android smartphone makers, it will take a couple of weeks to roll-out the firmware to the public en masse.