OxygenOS 2.0.2 update rolls out starting today, bringing fixes and improvements to the OnePlus 2
A bit more than a week ago, OnePlus 2 users received an update to version 2.0.1 of OxygenOS. Today, another update is being rolled out that takes the OS to version 2.0.2. The latest edition of OxygenOS improves the accuracy of the fingerprint recognition technology. What can be more annoying than trying to convince your phone that you are its owner? Even more aggravating, you are trying to unlock your handset using something that only you are in possession of.
One change coming with the update exterminates a bug that randomly muted the phone's volume, and you should also notice an improvement to the stability of the front-facing camera. Speaking of the cameras on the OnePlus 2, Oxygen 2.0.2 includes a new and improved UX for the camera preview.
In addition to revealing the dissemination of OxygenOS 2.0.2, OnePlus announced that a major update to version 2.1 is coming in the middle of this month. While there is no word on what to expect, the jump to version 2.1 from 2.0.2 indicates that some major new features will soon be on the way to OnePlus 2 users.
If you own the OnePlus 2, when the OxygenOS version 2.0.2 update arrives, make sure that you are hooked up to a Wi-Fi network before starting the updating process. Also, your battery should be charged to at least 50%. Because the update is being pushed out in waves, it could take a few days before it hits your phone. Be patient, and you will find the notification arriving on your handset soon enough.
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