OxygenOS 3.5.1 Community Build 2 rolls out for the OnePlus 3
Over the past couple of months, OnePlus' quest to bring its flagship OnePlus 3 and OxygenOS up to scratch has often felt like a tedious game of whack-a-mole. The OxygenOS 3.2.0 update in early July, for example, was quickly pulled when users encountered problems installing. A month later, an intended bug-fix update managed to break Android Pay along with front camera's auto-focus feature. One cannot fault OnePlus' diligence, however, and after last week's inaugural community build of OxygenOS 3.5 rolled out, Community Build 2 (3.5.1) has followed.
The changelog for version 3.5.1 reads as follows:
The numbering of the second community build may allude to minor changes. but OnePlus has bundled quite a bit into this new version. Impressive for just over a week's work, there are six notable changes along with the usual array of unspecified fixes. Mingling within the new features is sRGBmode — OnePlus' concerted effort to deal with display oversaturation issues.
- Accent color added
- Battery icon customization added
- LED customization added (Display)
- sRGBmode added (Display > Screen mode)
- Night mode added
- Dark mode theme optimized
- General bug fixes
Forum threads for the latest update suggest that those aforementioned Android Pay woes are still prevalent. However, while the release notes don't mention, Community Build 2 appears to have taken care of some lingering audio issues users faced with the previous build.