Flash Oxygen OS 2.1.2 OTA update on Oneplus 2

Oxygen OS 2.1.2 OTA released for OnePlus 2 android smartphone and the new update is packed with lots of bug fixes and performance enhancements. Most of the Oneplus 2 users already received the OTA update on their phone. The update is near about 25MB and includes Improved UX for preview in Camera, Russian & Turkish language support, Security patches, performance improvements on app install and launch, Individual icon customization support and Bug fixes to System Update to improve OTA stability. If you are Oneplus 2 users with TWRP recovery and rooted devices then you need to unroot your phone to apply this update on your phone. And if you are on the Stock Recovery and then you will receive the OTA update on your or you can flash the update manually. Here in this guide we’ll help you to flash Oxygen OS 2.1.2 OTA update on Oneplus 2.

The below mention tutorial is only for the Oneplus 2 users and don’t use this method on any of another android phone. TO apply this update on your phone, your phone should be on 2.1.1 firmware. Do take the full backup of your phone before apply this method on your phone.

Flash Oxygen OS 2.1.2 OTA update on Oneplus 2

Flash Oxygen OS 2.1.2 OTA update

Method 1. For Non-Rooted Oneplus 2 user with Stock Recovery.

Step 1. Download the OxygenOS 2.1.2 OTA Zip file here and move the zip file on your phone internal memory.

Step 2. Boot your phone in recovery mode. See here how to boot Oneplus 2 in recovery mode.

Step 3. While in recovery mode, use the Volume button to navigate to ‘install update’ and press the Power button to select it

Step 4. Browse the OTA zip file that you saved on your phone in Step 1 and Install it.

Step 5. Upon completion of the installation, select Reboot system now to reboot the phone Voila! Your phone is running on the OxygenOS 2.1.2 version.

Method 2. For Rooted Oneplus 2 users with TWRP recovery.

As we mention above to apply this update on rooted phones first you have to unroot your phone or Flash the 2.1.1 ROM fully and then apply the 2.1.2 OTA update manually.

Step 1. To do this flash 2.1.1 Oxygen OS Full ROM on your phone. Download the zip file and saved on your desktop.

Step 2. Download the OxygenOS 2.1.2 OTA Zip file here.

Step 3. Once both the files are saved on your phone. Boot your phone in recovery mode. See this how to boot the phone in recovery mode.

Step 4. Once your phone in TWRP mode. Tap the Install button and Flash the full OxygenOS 2.1.1 zip

Step 5. Now Flash the 2.1.2 OTA update zip file.

Step 6. After flashing both the zip files. Go back to the main menu Reboot system “Swipe to disable” NOT “Not disable”

That’s it. Now your Oneplus 2 is running on the OxygenOS 2.1.2

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3 thoughts on “Flash Oxygen OS 2.1.2 OTA update on Oneplus 2

  1. Thank you for this, worked a charm for me.

    Quick and dirty tip – if you used Super Su to root your phone, you can un-root it from the app too. Simply scroll down to ‘Cleanup’ and select ‘Full Unroot’. Didn’t work for me the first time but I rebooted, did it straight away and it worked a charm.

  2. First i have to say thanks for the wonderful tip.
    I have a OP2 with oxygen 2.1.0 and could not update to 2.2.0, it always say update error after downloading the update and tried to install.
    After all the research, i dediced to follow the steps above and it works, now my OP2 have the latest 2.2.0, and these are the easy steps i took.
    1. download the Oxygen OS 2.1.1 rom (1.1Gb) from the link above to your PC (somehow cant download direct to my phone) then download the Oxygen 2.1.2 OTA (47Mb) file from above also to your pc.
    2. transfer the two zipfiles into your phone under any directory (mine under download)
    3. turn off my phone, then press down and power until i go to recovery mode. It will ask what language to use (english), then install from SD and pick the Oxygen 2.1.1 ROM file. After that DONT reboot, and press YES to go back to main menu, and install from SD the Oxygen 2.1.2 OTA file. After that then you can reboot. and that’s it, my phone was updated from 2.1.0 to 2.2.0

    Thanks again for the info!!

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