OnePlus 2 gets OxygenOS 2.1.0 with manual camera mode, more
OnePlus has begun rolling out its latest OxygenOS 2.1.0 software for the OnePlus 2, adding a manual camera mode, support for RAW images in third-party camera apps, and the ability to adjust display color balance.
“This is a sizeable update full of bug fixes and improvements,” OnePlus says. “We’re not done yet, but hopefully this update addresses some of the frequent issues you’ve been facing.”
OnePlus doesn’t really do this update justice; not only does the release contain bug fixes and improvements, but it also adds a number of new features that OnePlus 2 owners will welcome with open arms — like a manual camera mode that gives you more control over your photography.
Other changes include:
- RAW support inside third-party camera apps
- A color balance slider for adjusting display tone
- Exchange support
- Fixed issues causing problems with third-party apps
- Improved telephony services that prevents lag when activating/deactivating airplane mode
OnePlus says OxygenOS 2.1.0 “will reach a small percentage of users today,” and will begin a wider rollout tomorrow “if all goes well.”