Although some may still be waiting to get their hands on the OnePlus 2, the company is wasting no time in pushing out its second minor update for the handset. A new OxygenOS 2.0.2 OTA update is now rolling out for the phone, so keep your eye out of that notification.
The update also fixes a bug that caused the phone’s volume to be muted at seemingly random intervals. The OxygenOS 2.0.2 update aims to fix a number of issues brought up by community feedback. There are tweaks made to the phone’s fingerprint recognition accuracy, camera preview UX improvements and stability improvements to the front facing camera.
OnePlus states that this is an incremental rollout, so customers in different regions might not see the update notification right away. Not expecting a lot from this OTA update since it seems to be a minor update with very few bug fixes. Looking forward to the OxygenOS 2.1.0 update scheduled for mid-September. A larger, more substantial version 2.1 update is scheduled for mid-September too.
(Also read: OnePlus 2 Review: Can lightning strike twice ?)
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