OnePlus has quite recently discharged the OxygenOS 3.1.0 community build that is based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow for the OnePlus X, the organization's budget smartphone.The OnePlus X has been stuck on Android Lollipop for a year, however, with the arrival of the most recent OxygenOS work for the handset, it will, at last, be moved up to Android Marshmallow soon. The over-the-air (OTA) redesign is still a community build, implying that it will undoubtedly still be surrey and unsteady.
OnePlus notes that this build accompanies mobile system stability issues in a few regions and some third party app may not yet be perfect with the product. The organization additionally expressed that it might terminate the download interface once it gets enough input. Despite the fact that this work of the product is for the developerss, anybody can really download and introduce it at this moment. In any case, users will need to upgrade manually, and this can be somewhat precarious. Users need to download the compressed document from OnePlus and introduce the software by plugging the OnePlus X to their PC. The organization has published all the instructions on its official website.
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This build of OxygenOS incorporates the greater part of Marshmallow's features, and also launcher overhauls (new icon packs, customization and wallpaper picker), system performance improvements, new application authorizations and new OnePlus applications (Music Player and Gallery). The organization has released a note on its group discussion specifying all the new features.
OnePlus's community build are like beta forms. Users ought to expect a steady and final form of the product to arrive soon. The organization has not given an official discharge for Android Marshmallow upgrade for the OnePlus X. One of the major complaints about the OnePlus X is that it's generally deserted with regards to software upgrades. The handset's upcoming Android Marshmallow redesign may at long last be arriving soon.
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