OnePlus 2 users might be unhappy that the Chinese OEM won’t be rolling out an update to Android 7.0 Nougat, but the company has obviously not forsaken the 2015 flagship killer.
Many current owners of OnePlus 2 have been having issues with VoLTE. If you are among them, this new OxygenOS OTA update, which carries firmware version 3.5.9 is here to solve your problems. The update, as expected, is a mere incremental upgrade over the one rolled out in March with firmware version 3.5.8.
Other than installing fixes to VoLTE issue, you also get a bunch of performance improvements and other bug fixes, which makes it a vital update for OnePlus 2 users.
As noted, there’s no Android 7.0 Nougat update for this phone, which means that the currently rolling out OTA update is still based on the old Android Marshmallow OS.
Even though the new OTA update doesn’t bring a new OS to the aging OnePlus 2, it’s quite huge weighing at a massive 1.2GB. This means that you’ll need to get a Wi-Fi internet connection in order to avoid extra data charges from your carrier. Also, it is advisable that you ensure the phone is at least 50% charged, otherwise, connect it to a power source while updating to OxygenOS 3.5.9.
Hit the source link below to get the download files, but you can still hang in there and wait for the OTA version to come out sooner or later. Also, try doing a manual update by heading to Settings>About phone>Software updates.