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OxygenOS 2.1.3 for the OnePlus X brings SD card improvements, security fixes and more
OnePlus has just announced that it will soon begin rolling out OxygenOS version 2.1.3 to the OnePlus X, the company’s new budget-friendly handset. Among the standard bug fixes and optimizations that normally come along with incremental updates, the X will be getting a few notable fixes relating to the SD card. Also included in the update are a few security patches. For the full changelog, see below:
- SD card related improvements including:
- UX improvements
- exFAT SD card support
- Ability to move apps to and from SD card
- Fixed reboots caused by removing SD card in an active state
- Security patches
- General bug fixes and optimizations
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The company says this over-the-air update will be rolled out incrementally, starting with roughly 10% of users. The update will begin rolling out to the general public around 24-48 hours after the initial release, assuming all goes well.
Have you gotten the update on your OnePlus X? If so, be sure to let us know how it’s treating you! And if you still need a microSD card for your OnePlus X, be sure to check out our big Black Friday deals roundup post for the best SD card deals on the web!