After lengthy testing and running a beta with device owners, OnePlus is finally rolling out OxygenOS 3.0.2 for the OnePlus 2. The over-the-air software update includes a raise to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow running behind OnePlus’ OxygenOS among other things.
Here’s what OnePlus says comes with OxygenOS 3.0.2:
- Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow upgrade
- Enhanced Doze mode for better battery life
- System wide performance improvements
- Improved fingerprint sensor performance and recognition
- New OnePlus Camera UI and AF optimization
- MaxxAudio and Tuner have been removed. We have integrated with Dirac HD Sound technology for the speaker so you get a great experience without the knobs and dials
- Shelf UX has been improved. You can now long press to edit a board
- You can now lock apps in recents so they won’t be cleared away. We’ve also added clear process in addition to clear-all for those of you who want a better control of backgroud processes
- Network operator selection will now stick to your choice so you don’t accidentally roam onto uninteded networks
- SwiftKey update to 6.3.3
A minor note not mentioned in the changelog is that the software update will reset fingerprints. So, after you get OxygenOS 3.0.2 on your OnePlus 2, you’ll need to add your fingerprints to the device once again.
Because this is an incremental rollout, there’s a chance that not everyone with a OnePlus 2 has seen the update yet. OnePlus believes all devices should be covered by Tuesday, June 7.