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OnePlus 2 getting OxygenOS 2.0.2 OTA update with some performance improvements

OnePlus 2 was officially unveiled at a special VR launch event on July 28. The ‘2016 flagship killer’ went on sale on August 11, however, you can purchase it only if you have an ‘invite’. The second OTA update of OxygenOS 2.0.2 is now rolling out, after it got the first major OTA update around a week back.


It’s just been over a week that the first OTA rolled out for OnePlus 2, the company has now pushed OxygenOS 2.0.2. This incremental roll out of the second OTA update for OnePlus 2 begins today. It will take sometime to reach everyone. Thus, have some patience. The improvements that come with this OxygenOS 2.0.2 update are:

  • Improvements to fingerprint recognition accuracy
  • Resolves a bug that could cause volume to be muted unexpectedly
  • Stability improvements to the front facing camera
  • Camera preview UX improvements

So, as we can see in the changelog, the OnePlus 2 will now see an improvement in the fingerprint recognition accuracy along with stability improvements to the front-facing camera. It also resolves a bug that causes volume to be muted unexpectedly and also improves the camera preview UX.

OnePlus is even promising a more significant update (OxygenOS 2.1) by mid-September. The company has also released the kernel sources of OnePlus 2.

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