Latest OxygenOS Open Beta for OnePlus 3 and 3T is all about bug fixes

One would think that having an important announcement such as the launch of a flagship smartphone in just a few days, will prevent OnePlus from focusing on any other activities that will consume resource of any kind.

When it comes to software updates for its high-end OnePlus 3 and 3T, the Chinese company is almost relentless. We reported earlier this week about an important update that was released by OnePlus, and now it looks like another one is making its way to both smartphones.

However, unlike the previous update that brought a couple of new features and improvements, this one is all about bug fixes. Before going into details, it's worth mentioning this is an Open Beta update, so if you've been running a previous build, then it will arrive on your phone as an OTA.

So, OxygenOS Open Beta 18 for the OnePlus 3 and build number 9 for the 3T will bring the new OnePlus Community app v1.9, along with a bucket-load of bug fixes that we're listing below.

  • Fixed occasional duplicate notifications;
  • Fixed expanded screenshot duplicate stitches;
  • Fixed app locker;
  • Fixed inaccurate battery percentage;
  • Fixed certain display issues with OnePlus Font;
  • Fixed certain display issues in the weather app;
  • Fixed camera occasionally unable to open;
  • Fixed sending files with 3rd party apps via hotspot;
  • Fixed inaccurate displayed network speed when activating hotspot.

It will probably take about a week or two for OnePlus to release this maintenance update to a larger audience. Perhaps more if the company will wait to combine additional open beta updates into a major stable build.

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1. viandrona

Posts: 19; Member since: Jul 03, 2016

Happy OP3 owner here, for almost a year now. But if they drop support for it after the 5 is launched (like they did with OP2), I'm gonna switch to either HTC U11 or iPhone 8 in a heartbeat. Or maybe the mythical Nokia 9 flagship, if they finally launch it.

2. Nathan_ingx

Posts: 4769; Member since: Mar 07, 2012

As long as my OP3 is running smooth and quick even though it may or may not get the latest update, I'm fine with it.

3. you_sukk_it

Posts: 219; Member since: Apr 11, 2017

the one previous to this that was a month ago fixed bugs and the one prior also was bugs and this also fixed bugs. enough said. just a bug infested phone that sells for the same amount it sold last year. a sucker is born every 10 seconds.

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