Starting today, the OnePlus X will begin to receive an over the air update to OxygenOS 3.1.3 which brings with it Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Although the company released a community build that brought the updated firmware to the OnePlus X about a month ago, this is this first stable build to roll-out to customers…

This update — announced on OnePlus’ blog — is available for anyone currently running OxygenOS 2.2.3, 3.1.0, 3.1.1, and 3.1.2. Simply check for updates on your phone and when it is available, you will be able to download and upgrade directly to 3.1.3 through the OTA.

Below is a list of everything coming to the OnePlus X:

  • Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow upgrade
  • Launcher upgrades
    • New icon packs
    • Google search bar UI customization
    • New design of wallpaper picker
  • Shelf UX improvements
    • Long press boards to rearrange or remove
  • General system performance improvement
  • Settings changes
    • New (native Android) app permissions
    • New Alert Slider settings with more customization options
  • New apps
    • OnePlus Music Player
    • OnePlus Gallery
  • Implemented October Android security patches
  • Gesture optimisations
  • General bug fixes

OnePlus also warns users that there might be issues with the Facebook, Facebook Messenger, and Google+ applications after updating. To fix the Facebook applications all you will need to do is manually give them permission to use your phone’s storage or else they will crash while using your OnePlus X’s camera.

To fix Google+, you will need to reboot your device after either deleting or disabling the application. Then, after updating Google Play Services in the Play Store and rebooting your phone one more time, your OnePlus X should be good to go.

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