adiasandre96, 29 Jul 2016Once downloaded, when the phone restarts, after 1 minute the update fails. Someone can help me?I am also facing the same issue, after downloading the update it says failed to verify. I was told to hard reset my phone and check by oneplus. I will post once again about what happens next.
Once downloaded, when the phone restarts, after 1 minute the update fails. Someone can help me?
My oneplus 3 battery is draining faster with every update. I got and update today. Earlier on moderate usage, 40% of the battery remained at end of the day. But now, i'm noticing that it has only 40% charge left at mid-day. Why is it so? Is anyone else experiencing the same problem after the update?
i just wanna know when the op2 is getting the new security patches too i mean the op2 isnt a year old yet and i feel left out
Varunkalarickal, 27 Jul 2016Good update... Change VPN to UK and download the update (for India) Worked like a charm. Thank you
Good update... Change VPN to UK and download the update (for India)
3.2.2 seems as buggy as 3.1.2 and 3.2.1 were and quite a few Oneplus 3 phones are going back because of camera module failures. The worst bugs are in notifications, doze functionality and the implementation of the alert slider.
I wouldn't recommend anyone get the budget OnePlus X as it's updates are still pending... However both my OnePlus 1 and One Plus 2 got the latests marshmallow updates...
Once they loot customer, they do not care about existing customers. Why there is no update for OP2 and OPX? Nonsense..
And still no masmallow 6.0 update for the oneplus x.. Good job oneplus
same my OPX still 2.2.1 with several bug like auto rotate or widget in shelf became blank . don't know OP1 with their marshmallow still beta or not
Most important bug still exist, even after fix... you see it after update.
yep I got mine in the uk and i'm on Vodafone. hopefully should iron out these irritating little issues.
Anonymous, 26 Jul 2016PLEASE-informed souls -what is OXYGEN OS - based on android -pros cons..thank you Pros: Oxygen OS is almost Nexus'esque Vanilla Android with Dark Mode & zero bloatware.
Cons: My OnePlus X (released in late Nov 2015) has yet not gotten Android Marshmallow, its on Oxygen OS 2.2.1 as OnePlus has not released any updates for it since the past ~4 months whereas the new OnePlus 3 has been getting all the love & is now on Oxygen OS 3.2.2
This kind of subordinate treatment by OnePlus has (as you can imagine) pissed off the overwhelming majority of OnePlus X users.
You can read more on it here: https://forums.oneplus.net/forums/X/
And yet my poor OnePlus X is on OxygenOS 2.2.1 i.e., Android 5.1.1
The people on https://forums.oneplus.net/forums/X/ aren't one bit pleased about the complete lack of any updates for the OnePlus X with all of OPs love reserved for the newer model & the model which is less than a year old has been given the boot - no updates for the past 5 months #SHOCKING