The OnePlus X has finally been updated, but it’s still not to Marshmallow. The update is instead to Oxygen OS 2.2.2 which does however bring a whole bunch of bug fixes, improvements and additions, so it’s not all bad. OnePlus also promises that the team is “still working to bring Marshmallow to the OnePlus X soon.”
The Oxygen OS 2.2.2 update changelog is pretty extensive, so I’ll paste it in for you here:
Upgraded camera to version 1.4 UI
Improved camera frame rate performance
Added trusted face unlock security option
Updated Swiftkey to version 6.3.3
Updated carrier name mapping
Added July security patches
Fixed default SIM card selection issue
Fixed network operator selection issue
Fixed screen rotation issue
General improvements and bug fixes
As always, keep an eye out in your notifications shade for the OTA update or head to Settings > About phone > System update > Check for update to check manually. The rollout is staged, so don’t be alarmed if you don’t receive it instantly; it’s on its way, even if it is overdue.
As one optimistic OnePlus forum user mentioned: “Even if these builds were made out of MM there would have been a lot of bugs so wait – hopefully they will release a stable build of MM 6.0.1 for OPX soon”. The install is around 325 MB.
Have you got the update yet? When do you expect to see Marshmallow?