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A new Oxygen OS 2.2.3 is now being released for the OnePlus X device. This is claimed to be an incremental OTA update to support the upcoming Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow that the manufacturer is about to launch. As we know, the Marshmallow update for OnePlus is only available via community builds right now. For the OnePlus X, it comes with the Oxygen OS 3.1.1 beta version which is an incremental update to the very first v3.1.0. The OOS 2.2.3 is a minor update so now much can be expected. However, the incremental OTA brings a new AOSP build as it incorporates the September 1, 3026, security patch from Google. The OTA is currently hitting devices in India, Bangladesh, and other Asian countries. Update: Latest OnePlus X official Oxygen OS 3.1.2 now available for download.
Moreover, this is a necessary dependency update for the upcoming official Marshmallow upgrade the Chinese manufacturer is currently working on. Apart from that, the update does not qualify for anything else. It does not even fix the vulnerability with Quadrooter virus or support for VOLTE. More information is listed below.
What’s new with Oxygen OS 2.2.3?
- Implemented September Android security patches
- Added necessary dependencies for Marshmallow upgrade
- Android Version 5.1.1
- OxygenOS Version 2.2.3
- Build number ONE E1005_14_160901
How to download the Oxygen OS 2.2.3 for your OnePlus X right now?
The OTA is rolling out in waves across the globe. Hence, not everyone will receive the update notification right now. So you will have to wait until tomorrow to receive an OTA notification. However, as suggested by some of the OnePlus X users, the OTA can be download by installing or setting up a VPN on your OnePlus X and switch to countries like India or Bangladesh. Hence, your best option is to wait and keep checking the OnePlus downloads page for some action.
Moreover, if you have already rooted your device or have installed the community build, then you will need the full ROM zip to update manually. To know how to install the OTA and revert back to stock. We have a full tutorial on how to get the latest Oxygen OS version on your OnePlus X for both, rooted and non-rooted users.