The update is 1.6GB in size, and you should have a stable Wi-Fi connection before starting the update process. OnePlus says that this OTA update is being rolled out in phases, so in case you haven’t received a notification, you should soon. Let’s take a look at everything that the new update brings in.
OxygenOS 5.1.2 update brings in May Security update to the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T. It also fixes auto-rotation stability issue. The Gallery app gets a map view to see photos by location, and a new collection to see the ‘Recently Deleted’ photos. In case you have been facing issues with connecting to Wi-Fi networks, this update fixes it. You can now double-tap to lock screen, and the update also fixes an issue with the mic not working on certain AKG earphones.
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Lately, OnePlus has been quite busy rolling out software updates for its smartphones. Earlier this week, the company rolled out OxygenOS 5.1.5 for the new OnePlus 6 smartphone. The update brought in a host of fixes and stability upgrades in addition to seamless update support.
Seamless Android updates is essentially a new process developed by Google for updating a smartphone while reducing interruptions for the user. This is also known as A/B system updates where the smartphone maker has to add two system partitions in a smartphone so that users can always have a bootable system to access.