OnePlus 2 software update released to fix camera, fingerprint, and speaker related bugs

When OnePlus 2 was announced, it was plagued by a lot of software bugs and issues. After the device was put on sale, the device has received a couple of updates for fixing those bugs. Today, the OnePlus 2 has received a new software update today, updating the devices’ software to OxygenOS 2.0.2.

OnePlus 2 OxygenOS 2.0.2 Software Update

The software update has a file size of just 8.9MB, but it brings fixes to the front-facing camera, fingerprint sensor, and speaker related bugs on the OnePlus 2. OnePlus recently updated the software on the OnePlus 2 to OxygenOS 2.0.1 that brought fix to the Stagefright exploit apart from improving battery life and SIM card import/export feature.

I have received the OxygenOS 2.0.2 update on the review unit that I received from the company, but it is showing “installation failed” error after trying to install the update, and then the device is getting rebooted. If you are facing the same problem let us know in the comments section below.

Computer science engineer turned technology blogger. Following consumer electronics industry closely from 2006, he can now predict pretty much where the market is heading. He has a dream to own Android, Windows Phone and iOS smartphones all at the same time.

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