OnePlus has begun working on its devices and their OS and the first to get an update on OxygenOS 2.2.0 is One Plus X. One Plus X is close to getting the OTA and if you are lucky and have one of these, you too could be getting the update in the next 24 hours. The manufacturer has announced that the update has started to roll out today. One Plus X was launched with Android Lollipop and the Android version remains the same, with some changes. The changelog includes the manual camera mode found on OnePlus 2 earlier last year, the option to save photos to a microSD card and dual SIM preferences added to system settings. Official changelog: Manual mode for Camera App Save to SD card option in Camera App USSD bug fix for India Added dual SIM preferences back in system settings OTA App upgrade Security patches General bug fixes and optimizations Apart from the aforementioned changes, the rest of the update is comprised of bug fixes. Happy updating! Source: OnePlusNet
Android Marshmallow 6.0 will begin rolling out to Nexus devices starting October 5th, and that is not all, because it will be released on AOSP as well. Google has been testing their newest OS over the summer and some developer previews have been floating around too, but nothing compares to the real deal. The official roll-out is scheduled to start on October 5th and it will probably be slow, as there are many devices out there that will take it. The update ZIPs will save us all though, as they will surely be ready for use in a jiffy. Factory images will also be available just in case you need to flash back to stock Android or if you have a rooted smartphone. October 5th marks the date for the final Marshmallow code to be pushed to AOSP as well. Which devices get Android Marshmallow? The big question arises! Who gets the update first? Well, the Nexus devices, of course! Android 6.0 will roll-out to Nexus 5, 6, 7 (2013) and 9 and the Nexus Player will get it too, but Nexus 4, 7 (2012) and Nexus 10 are not getting any marshmallows. These devices are cursed to Lollipop fever forever. Their hardware could sustain an update, but the devs probably don’t want to work on a three-year-old device. Tough luck!
In case you were wondering, Nexus 4 and Nexus 6 images for Lollipop 5.0.1 are now up on it devs page. The update began rolling out on a few devices a week ago, and now the older and newer mobile phones are getting their due share for your flashing pleasure only. There is still no news on an update for Nexus 5, or the 2012 Nexus 7 LTE version, but we will let you know as we find out more details. Below you can find the link for the new images; happy flashing! Source: Google Devs