August 21, 2015 7:39:40 pm
OnePlus 2 is getting its first over-the-air software update which fixes existing bugs and introduces several new software enhancements. OnePlus 2 was launched on July 28 in India.
The new update brings Oxygen OS to version 2.0.1 and is aimed at improving the battery life of the device and fixing the stagefright vulnerability.
The new update brings improvements to user interface logic and coherence. It fixes issues with pinch-to-zoom feature in Google Photos app and also the instability with dark mode in certain apps. The new also resolves issue related to import or export of contacts stored on SIM card.
The Oxygen OS 2.0.1 patches the Stagefright security exploit that let attackers take control of an Android device and perform arbitrary operations through remote code or by sending specially crafted MMS messages. While reports suggested that the first patch issues by Google was flawed, Google confirmed that it has issued a fix to its OEM partners and AOSP project.
OnePlus update brings support for global carrier APNs and other improvements and bug fixes. OnePlus in its blog post has mentioned that the update will start rolling out in India and will incrementally reaches all OnePlus 2 devices.
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