This is the second day since many of you started receiving your OnePlus 5 devices from the early sale. Just over the weekend, the phone received an update to OxygenOS 4.5.2 offering a number of stability fixes and optimizations. Today, another OTA update is being pushed to the OnePlus 5, though it’s not the promised stabilization for 4K recording.
The new OTA update bumps OxygenOS to 4.5.3 and offers bug fixed for dropped Wi-Fi signal, a Google Translate hiccup, and a fix for the Expanded screenshot feature. In addition, tweaks and optimizations have been made to the System, Camera app stability, and auto-brightness adjustment.
We like to see phone makers pushing frequent updates, especially during the first days of the phone’s launch. It shows that the company is on top of their game, making sure that everyone’s experience is velvety smooth- and customers don’t need to wait weeks for a fix.
The update is rolling out now and is 54MB. You can manually check for the update by heading into Settings > System Updates > Check for Updates.
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i like this handset....
Well done?? for what ? releasing a phone with half baked os and tremendous amount of bugs?? 3T was just 7 months old, why cant wait for 3-4 more months and release a stable phone, don't you think that will be better for that company. however they wer...