OxygenOS 2.2.0 for the OnePlus 2 brings Google Camera fixes and much more

by: Jimmy WestenbergDecember 21, 2015

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OnePlus 2 owners will be happy to hear that OxygenOS version 2.2.0 is beginning to roll out starting today, bringing along with it a number of notable changes that should make the overall software experience much smoother.

Aside from a few security patches, general bug fixes and optimizations, the OnePlus 2 is getting a fix that should resolve the dual SIM card preference selection issue in the settings menu. OxygenOS 2.2.0 also brings with it a fix for a few Google Camera photosphere and panorama bugs as well as some new holiday wallpapers. With this update, you’ll also be able to adjust your screen temperature in the quick settings menu.

If you’re interested, here’s the full changelog for the 2.2.0 update:

  • Fixed dual SIM preference selection issues in settings
  • Added NTFS and exFAT support for OTG
  • Fixed Google Camera photo-sphere and panorama bugs
  • Screen temperature can now be adjusted from quick settings
  • Added hide search bar option in launcher settings
  • Security patches
  • Holiday wallpapers
  • General bug fixes and optimizations

OnePlus says the update is rolling out now in increments, so you might need to wait a day or two for the latest version to hit your device. Have you gotten the update for your OnePlus 2? If so, be sure to tell us how you like it in the comments below!

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  • Scott Kepple

    Said good bye to my Oneplus 2 yesterday and hello to the LG V10. My home button just stopped working one day. Most annoying thing ever.

    • Steve Brain

      Good for you mate, I’d have bought a V10 if they were available in Australia. But hey, the G4 I’m using at the moment is great :-)

      • Scott Kepple

        LG does a really decent job, it was this ofr the nexus 6P, but honestly I’ve ran stock android and oxygen for so long, the extra features are really a sell.

  • Steve Brain

    Haha, a firmware this close to stock and they take so long to fix the problems arising that they’re STILL working on Lollipop? That’s incredible. If LG can manage Marshmallow with their version of Android, I think it’s ridiculous that Oneplus are so close to stock Android and still haven’t caught up.

  • amir