OnePlus 2 – Oxygen OS Receives Update to 2.1.0

OnePlus 2 Receives Update to 2.1.0 With Camera Enhancements and Bug Fixes


Only a small number of OnePlus 2 owners are getting the update today, but OnePlus says that, if everything goes as planned, a broader rollout will start tomorrow,with a wider launch expected to start from September 22.
As OnePlus itself is mentioning, the new software update is a “sizable” one that’s “full of bug fixes and improvements”, bringing Oxygen OS to version 2.1.0 (the previously released version was 2.0.2).
The addition of a manual camera mode puts the OnePlus 2 — on which OxygenOS is installed as standard — in a small group of smartphones that provide this unusual feature, most notably placing it alongside the LG G4. We’ve seen some impressive results from the G4 using the manual mode, and it could be exactly what’s needed to make the OnePlus 2’s camera shine.

Other changes include:

  • RAW support inside third-party camera apps
  • A color balance slider for adjusting display tone
  • Exchange support
  • Fixed issues causing problems with third-party apps
  • Improved telephony services that prevents lag when activating/deactivating airplane mode


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