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Oxygen OS 2.2.0 update starts rolling out on OnePlus X
The OnePlus X update to OxygenOS 2.2.0 has officially begun, one month after it starting rolling out to the OnePlus 2. The update was announced over on the OnePlus forum and while there are several additions in the update, the biggest news for users is likely to be the arrival of manual mode for the OnePlus X camera.
Other OxygenOS update features for the OPX include: dual-SIM preferences added to system settings; “save to SD Card” added to the camera app; update to the OTA app. The usual security updates, performance enhancements and bug fixes are also included, including a USSD bug fix for Indian users. It also patches the Stagefright vulnerability.
The OxygenOS update is still not Marshmallow-based, but that update shouldn’t be too far away. While the Marshmallow update has been confirmed for the OnePlus One and OnePlus 2 in Q1, 2016, the OnePlus X has not been confirmed for the update. For the impatient, you can grab the OTA file here, via XDA Developers (this link has not been verified, so proceed at your own risk).
Have you got the update yet? What are your thoughts?