OxygenOS 2.2.1 update brings RAW support to the default camera app on OnePlus 2 

A fresh software update is being rolled out today for the OnePlus 2 smartphone. No, the update is not gonna make any revolutionary change such as changing the Android version of the device to Marshmallow, but it does brings along a variety of bug fixes and enhancements. The update also takes care of the occasional image corruption issue in OnePlus Camera.

OnePlus 2 - Camera Lens Laser Autofocus


The key change that the update brings along is the addition of RAW support for the pre-installed camera app on the device. OnePlus rolled out an update in September, which allowed the RAW image capture feature through third-party applications. However, with this new update, it is being made a part of the original camera app.

Furthermore, the update also enhances compatibility with Bluetooth devices and Ultra SIM, accompanied by a GMS 3.0 upgrade. It also fixes roaming issues and also adds support for the Romanian language, along with a few security patches.

Like other update rollouts, this one will also appear on devices gradually. It might even take a week’s time to hit your device. But, we are certain that you will receive it, sooner or later.

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March 6, 2016 6:44 am 6:44 AM

Offtopic I have a micromax mmx 352g data card a few days before it suddenly stopped getting detected. Then I searched and upgraded firmware from a third party website. Now it is getting detected but imei is showing 00000000000000 like this.
Please help me if you have a solution.

Sayak Ghosh
March 5, 2016 11:17 pm 11:17 PM

what is ultra sim and gms 3.0?

March 5, 2016 9:10 pm 9:10 PM

already updated yesterday morning!!!!


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