OnePlus X has finally started receiving the OxygenOS 2.2.0 update. This update comes months after the device got the OxygenOS 2.1.3 update. The news of the update being rolled out appeared on OnePlus’s official forum, today.
If you own a OnePlus X smartphone, then you must watch out for a software update notification to pop up on your device. Like other manufacturers, OnePlus is also rolling out the update in a phase-wise manner. So, in case you haven’t received the notification then stay calm, it will reach your device soon.
On a sunny side, you can also check for the OTA update manually. Simply go to Settings > About phone > System updates > Check for update. After clicking on the ‘check for update’, your device will search for the update and if it finds it then it will start the installation. The update is 40MB in size.
To give you more insight, this latest OxygenOS 2.2.0 update is heavily based on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, which means that you should not expect it bring in substantial changes. The OnePlus X was launched with Android 5.1.1 so the users must be pretty much familiar with its usual features such as Smart Lock, native battery saver mode, heads-up notifications, better battery statistics, and much more.
Although, this update does not tag under major update segment but there are reasons to install it on your OnePlus X smartphone. The changelog for the update on OnePlus forum suggests that a new firmware introduces a Manual mode for the Camera app, which provides an option to save the images to SD as a default option in the Camera app. Also, the update also brings along corrections for the USSD bug for India, along with dual-SIM preferences option in system settings. The update also includes security patches, general bug fixes, and system optimization for the device.
Do you own a OnePlus X? If yes, then let us know if you have got the update and how is it fairing on your device? Hit the comments section below!