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OxygenOS 4.1.7 now available

OnePlus 3T Android flagship gets OxygenOS 4.1.7 update
OnePlus 3T Android flagship
In addition to the latest security patch, this new firmware for both the OnePlus 3 and 3T brings battery optimizations, performance improvements, as well as multiple minor tweaks and fixes.

OnePlus 5 has been around for a while, but OnePlus still provides regular software updates to its older siblings. The latest software update for OnePlus 3/3T brings OxygenOS up to version 4.1.7, delivering the official Android security patch for August, as well as multiple tweaks and fixes.

According to the official blog post about this OTA update, these are its main highlights:

  • battery improvements
  • call routing to the speaker by third party apps fixed
  • "enhanced system fluidity"
  • video shooting sound channel error fixed
  • August security patch
  • Google Hangouts removed if the user never updated it via Google Play
  • app locker issue caused by third party apps fixed
  • Indian Kannada rendering issue solved

This is an OTA incremental update as usual, so those who did not receive it yet should be patient. Back on Tuesday, OnePlus revealed that a broader rollout is scheduled to begin "in a few days," following the first wave that usually hits a small percentage of all compatible handsets.

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Codrut Nistor, 2017-08-24 (Update: 2017-08-24)
Codrut Nistor
Codrut Nistor - News Editor
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