OnePlus has started rolling out OxygenOS 5.0.4 update for the older OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T smartphones. The incremental update brings in July 2018 security patch, as well as a bunch of fixes and improvements to the smartphones.
Further, the update improves the photo shooting capabilities of both smartphones’ front cameras. It also fixes issues with manual ISO settings on certain third-party camera apps. The update also fixes parallel WhatsApp crash issue, and fixed front camera zoom-in issues on Snapchat.
OnePlus says that the OxygenOS 5.0.4 update is being gradually rolled out. Only a limited number of users will first get the update via OTA, with a wider roll out coming in a few days. The company says the staggered roll out is being done in order to make sure there are no critical bugs. OnePlus also warns users against using VPN to download the update as it might not work.
Earlier this week, OnePlus rolled out OxygenOS 5.1.9 update for OnePlus 6 users. Along with bringing the July 2018 security patch, the update also comes with improvements to the cameras, adds Google Lens, and fixed stability with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections. The update also fixes a few bugs faced by users.
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Additionally, OnePlus 6 users can also try out the latest version of the Android operating system via the Android P Beta Developer Preview 3. The latest beta brings July 2018 security patch, system-wide stability, and fixes issues with Wi-Fi hotspot, and certain third-party apps.