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OnePlus fixes OnePlus Camera image corruption issue

OnePlus X Android smartphone gets OnePlus Camera image corruption bug fix
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During the last month, more OnePlus X owners reported image corruption problems and now this handset gets a patch that fixes the issue.

OnePlus X is a very attractive mid-ranger with plenty of premium features and specs, but this does not mean it is perfect. Fortunately, the image corruption issue that many users reported in the last few weeks does not appear to be caused by a hardware malfunction and OnePlus has just announced a software update that promises to take care of it.

The problem appeared last month, arriving with the update that introduced manual camera controls to the OnePlus Camera app. The official forum post about this problem and its solution reads the following: "We are pushing out a hotfix for the image corruption issue some of you have been seeing with the OnePlus Camera after the last update. Sorry for the inconvenience this has caused, we expect to see this issue fully resolved with this update."

After the previous update, some users noticed that the images taken with the camera were sometimes corrupted. Strange enough, only some OnePlus X handsets have this problem. The new update only weighs 9.5 MB, so it does not bring any other changes or fixes. While regular updates usually need at least a few days to reach all targeted handsets, OnePlus promised that "will try to cover everyone within the next 48 hours."

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Codrut Nistor, 2016-02-27 (Update: 2016-03- 5)
Codrut Nistor
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