OnePlus is known to push out timely and many updates to its phones, and the company has left no stones unturned to keep the OnePlus 2 updated with latest features and performance tweaks. In case you own a OnePlus 2, you will be delighted to know that a new Oxygen OS 2.2.0 update has been released by OnePlus. This new rollout brings security patches and bug fixes to the phone along with some new add-ons.
Apart from general optimisations and bug fixes, the new Oxygen OS 2.2.0 comes with holiday wallpapers, security enhancements, and a new option in the launcher settings to hide search bar. You can now adjust screen temperature from quick settings. Bugs found in Google Camera’s panorama and photo-sphere have been dealt with, while the update has also added exFAT and NTFS support for OTG. Some users were reporting issues with the dual-SIM preference selection in settings, and that problem too has been fixed.
However, the changelog of the update does not mention any fox for the fingerprint scanner/home key issues that some users are experiencing. So we expect this bug to be fixed in the next update.
If you haven’t received the update on your OnePlus 2 yet, you need to wait for a day or two as the rollout is gradual and will take some time to reach all the devices.