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Launched during its I/O conference last year, "Google Lens" is an image recognition mobile app to bring up relevant information using visual analysis. Pixabay

China-based smartphone manufacturer OnePlus has reportedly updated its device transfer and data backup application, “OnePlus Switch” to “version 1.2” that comes with a software improvement programme, tweaked user interface (UI) and bug-fixes.

Earlier, OnePlus users had reportedly been encountering a “repeated data transfer problem” and this update comes with a the bug-fix.


“The company has added a new system stability improvement programme. Opting into the programme either at first app launch or via the settings menu allows the tool to create a system log which can be sent to the company if any issues do occur,” Android Headlines reported late on Monday.


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Additionally, the company has also incorporated minor changes to the UI to “improve the user experience overall” and support more transfers through the app, including moving of messages, call history, calendar-reminders, photos, videos, audio and apps (with data), from their old phones to a new OnePlus device.

Also Read: Samsung to Unveil ‘Galaxy On’ Smartphone with Infinity Display in India Next Week

With the new update, OnePlus aims to extend support to users who happen to use the app as a straightforward device backup utility, Android Headlines added. (IANS)


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