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OxygenOS 4.0.3 now available

OnePlus 3T Android smartphone gets OxygenOS 4.0.3 firmware update
OnePlus 3T
This new update has almost 100 MB in size and, in addition to many bug fixes, it comes with WiFi connectivity improvements, better camera performance in low light conditions, as well as a pre-installed Amazon Prime app for users in India.

The Android Nougat-based OxygenOS 4 has just received its third update, which rolls out to OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T handsets. Unlike previous updates, this one comes with a special treat for Indian users, thanks to OnePlus' exclusive partnership with Amazon.

According to the official forum posts about the OxygenOS 4.0.3 update, these are its highlights:

  • WiFi IPv6 Support toggle and optimized Smart WiFi Switcher
  • fixes for Line crashes
  • Camera app stability increased
  • optimized exposure for night photos
  • updated APN settings and Audio Parameters
  • audio recording quality improved
  • Amazon Prime app pre-installed (only for users in India)

Unfortunately, OnePlus also admits that some WiFi issues are still present, but reveals a few workarounds for those affected by such problems. The update rolls out in stages as usual, and everyone should get it in a few days.

The 128 GB OnePlus 3T in gun metal finish is now available for pre-order and is expected to ship in the US in around a week. 

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OnePlus Forums (OnePlus 3T 4.0.3 update)

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Codrut Nistor, 2017-02-11 (Update: 2017-02-11)
Codrut Nistor
Codrut Nistor - News Editor
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