A new update to Oxygen OS has started rolling out for the OnePlus X bringing it up to version 2.2.2. The update brings in new camera UI, monthly security patch, carrier stability and more. The update has stated appearing on global units for the OnePlus device, it is 328 MB in size and available through OTA. The update does not bring the OnePlus X up to Android 6.0 Marshmallow – which is unfortunate, given the fact that Android 7.0 Nougat is launching this month.
But OnePlus does bring in a slew of changes to the OnePlus X, and a ton of fixes as well. They’ve upgraded the camera UI to version 1.4, improved camera frame rate performance, updated Swiftkey to v6.3.3 and carrier name mapping, Added July’s security patch, added trusted face unlock security option, and fixed a slew of other issues. So if you’ve been facing issues with the OnePlus X, this update should definitely provide you with a much better experience.
The update to Oxygen OS 2.2.2 is pretty big in size, you can head to Settings, then tap on ‘About Phone’ and go to ‘System Updates’ and tap on ‘Check for Updates’ and you should be able to pull down the update. But do keep in mind that this is a phased roll out. So you may not see the update right away, and it may be a few days before it actually makes its way to your device.
Here is the full change log:
- Upgraded camera to version 1.4 UI
- Improved camera frame rate performance
- Added trusted face unlock security option
- Updated SwiftKey to version 6.3.3
- Updated carrier name mapping
- Added July 1 security patch
- Fixed default SIM card selection issue
- Fixed network operator selection issue
- Fixed screen rotation issue
- General improvements and bug fixes
The company has also promised to bring Marshmallow update to the device, while Indian customers might get a VoLTE update for making calls through Jio.
Other Developments: Meanwhile, the OnePlus One is getting the August security update. The firmware weighs 58 MB and has no new features.