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OnePlus 2 starts receiving Oxygen OS 2.2.1 OTA update with RAW support for Camera App

OnePlus has started rolling out their latest OTA update – Oxygen OS v2.2.1 for their flagship OnePlus 2 smartphone. This update has started rolling out via OTA for users across the globe and there are some improvements included along with a new feature for the OnePlus camera App – it gets RAW support which allows users to save photos in RAW format using the camera settings.

RAW support was available for OnePlus 2 earlier but restricted to 3rd party applications and not seen in the OnePlus camera App. Here is a list of changes or updates which users will be getting on updating their OnePlus 2 to Oxygen OS 2.2.1.

OnePlus 2 Oxygen OS v 2.2.1 OTA update

  • RAW support in OnePlus Camera
  • Bluetooth compatibility improvement
  • Ultra SIM compatibility improvement
  • GMS 3.0 upgrade
  • Improvement for roaming issues
  • Fix for occasional image corruption issue in OnePlus Camera
  • Security patch update
  • Romanian language support

As usual, the rollout will be incremental and some users might get it earlier than others. There have been some fixes like Ultra SIM compatibility and Bluetooth compatibility problems being fixed. Some users complained about facing network problem while on Roaming which has now been fixed.

Most of the problems seem to have been addressed but with the 2.2.0 update, many users complained about the varying WiFi speeds and there were complaints about the UI being laggy compared to the earlier update. There is no mention regarding the above mentioned problems being fixed in this update.

The Oxygen OS v2.2.1 OTA update for the OnePlus 2 is 241MB in size and the update will be gradually rolling out globally and we have already received the update, do check out your device for the update.

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