Now Rolls Android 6.0 Marshmallow out to OnePlus 2

After testing the Android 6.0 Marshmallow to OnePlus 2 in two months the latest Google software finally rolls out to all owners of the top model.

While most manufacturers have gradually gotten rolled the latest Android version, Marshmallow, in addition to all the latest top models, have the kineske manufacturer, OnePlus, taken the extremely good time for it.

Originally was promised the latest version 6.0 Marshmallow over 1. quarter of 2016. This goal, however, was not completely discharged OnePlus on quarter, as absolute last day only managed to release Android 6.0 Marshmallow together with Oxygen US port in version 3.0 in the form of a closed beta, which had to be installed manually.

The actual rollout was therefore postponed indefinitely, until the software was tested completely finished-and this is what finally happened. Just now-two months after the original deadline-receive all OnePlus 2 phones now the upgrade to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow as well as Oxygen OS 3.0.2 with a number of bug fixes and news.

The upgrade takes place as a so-called over the air. In other words, you either just have to wait for you to receive a notification that the upgrade is ready for download, or you can check by going into options and ‘ about phone ‘. The upgrade is not yet ready, there is nothing else to arm themselves with patience, since the rollout happening over 48 hours and therefore first have hit all OnePlus 2 phones tomorrow morning.

Once Marshmallow finally has come to your OnePlus 2, you can look forward to the following changes and news:

  • Improved the Doze-mode for better battery life.
  • Improvements in performance over the entire operating system.
  • Improved speed and recognition with the fingerprint reader (to be configured anew).
  • New interface in OnePlus-camera and optimization of auto focus.
  • MaxxAudio and Tuner is removed. We have integrated Dirac HD Sound technology in the speaker, so you get a good experience without turning knobs and Settings buttons.
  • The user interface in the Shelf is improved. You can now keep your finger down to edit a map.
  • You can now unlock apps in ‘ latest ‘, so they do not disappear. We’ve also added ‘ clear process ‘ in addition to ‘ clear all ‘ for those of you who want to have better control over background processes.
  • Choice of network operator will now stick to your choice, so that you don’t accidentally roams on unwanted networks.
  • Swiftkey updated to version 6.3.3.

 

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