OnePlus X is now receiving an OTA update to Oxygen OS 2.2.0 that brings some important bug fixes for Indian users. OnePlus X is the third smartphone from the Chinese company, launched on the back of the successful OnePlus One and OnePlus 2. This is the same OTA update that was rolled out to the current flagship OnePlus 2 more than a month ago.
OnePlus released a changelog for the OnePlus X Oxygen OS 2.2.0 OTA update:
- Manual mode for Camera App
- Save to SD card option in Camera App
- USSD bug fix for India
- Added dual SIM preferences back in system settings
- OTA App upgrade
- Security patches
- General bug fixes and optimizations
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The USSD bug fix is the main change in this update. Due to this bug, OnePlus X users in India were unable to check calling/data related information after the end of a session. For example, when you end a call on a prepaid connection, Indian carriers send call cost reports containing call duration and call charges. Checking your remaining talktime or data balance was also not possible due to this bug. The Oxygen OS 2.2.0 OTA update has finally fixed this on the OnePlus X.
Additionally, OnePlus X users can now save photos to memory cards directly instead of transferring them manually. The option to save to SD cards is now present in the Camera app settings.