Next Update for OPX??

  1. livepix
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 19, 2016

    livepix , Jan 19, 2016 :
    I agree but i have not bought a developer unit. The OS isn't ready and OP should care.
    Last edited: Jan 19, 2016

  2. jeconiah
    Cupcake Jan 19, 2016

    jeconiah , Jan 19, 2016 :
    One Plus promised an update to Android M, for the OPX in the 1st Q 2016. We're only just halfway through January. We need to be patient!

  3. Jerry000
    Gingerbread Jan 19, 2016

    Jerry000 , Jan 19, 2016 :
    Early? We are 19.1. and still no sign of update...

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  4. RWBY
    Gingerbread Jan 19, 2016

    RWBY , Jan 19, 2016 :
    Nope. Its not. Mine is great.

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  5. Jerry000
    Gingerbread Jan 19, 2016

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  6. RWBY
    Gingerbread Jan 19, 2016

    RWBY , Jan 19, 2016 :
    what proximity sensor bug you talk about ? Can you explain more ?

  7. Vito B.
    Digital Media Manager Europe Staff Member Jan 19, 2016

    Vito B. , Jan 19, 2016 :
    I don't know why you're all so in a hurry. OnePlus is almost pushing an update every MONTH !!! Aside from Google no smartphone brand is doing such a thing. They will push Marshmallow as soon as it's ready, so be patient.

    And if you're not, grab some custom ROMs and you'll have daily updates ;-)

  8. Kéno40
    Jelly Bean Jan 19, 2016

    Kéno40 , Jan 19, 2016 :
    Not at all. They "promised" an OP2 M update for 1st Q 2016.
    For OPX, it will be mid Q2 imo.

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  9. Oez58
    Eclair Jan 19, 2016

    Oez58 , Jan 19, 2016 :
    But the reason of the monthly update is not to "improve" the system, it's because the os is buggy..
    In my opinion the monthly updates are nothing OP can boast!

    Sure Samsung etc. Do a update maybe once a year, but they don't sell a beta firmware.

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  10. naa27
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 19, 2016

    naa27 , Jan 19, 2016 :
    SD can't be fixed until Android 6 and most users having good battery life, so most likely a problem app on your phone.

  11. shwan
    Froyo Jan 19, 2016

    shwan , Jan 19, 2016 :
    Custom ROMs for the OPX are still buggy and not ready for daily use. Oxygen OS lacks functionality, customisation and is buggy (I don't get alerts for missed calls which is unacceptable). I'm comparing the software experience to the OPO which was miles ahead out of the box. OnePlus are now a full-fledged smartphone OEM, there is really no excuse for the substandard software or the delay in development or upgrade to MM for software that is very near Android stock. Their development team is not up to scratch which even they admit. An OEM's software team should not be compared to XDA developers OR to other OEMs who provide no OTAs or commit to updates - OP said they will be different to other OEMs in their relation to their customers.
    OP are struggling with Oxygen OS and that's now a fact, sadly!

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  12. R.Peter
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 19, 2016

    R.Peter , Jan 19, 2016 :
    It has been told the update will come out in Q1 of 2016. The Q1 is 3 months, so they still have time to polish the system.

  13. livepix
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 19, 2016

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  14. 5star02707
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 19, 2016

    5star02707 , Jan 19, 2016 :

  15. naa27
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 19, 2016

    naa27 , Jan 19, 2016 :
    I love how some people here are demanding quick updates but also with no bugs. You do realise that you can't have both right?

    If you want features etc then they can rush them out, if you want it to work you have to wait. If they are behind schedule it's because they've found problems and have chosen to fix them before releasing. Surely that's what you want isn't it?

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  16. ScareYa
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 19, 2016

    ScareYa , Jan 19, 2016 :
    The only valid complain regarding OnePlus's update policy is the very much improvable communication between OnePlus and the community. Especially since we always hear how community-based everything around OnePlus is. Not long ago Helen promised to keep us informed about their progress even if there's nothing to be reported in the first place. Don't get me wrong, I do prefer Helen to work on the update over spending her time in the forum. But more information is definitely required...

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  17. shwan
    Froyo Jan 19, 2016

    shwan , Jan 19, 2016 :
    "Customers" can "demand" "fixes" for bugs on retail handsets, like missed calls that do not generate alerts. OEMs should do their utmost to deliver fixes and keep customers informed.
    OEMs are free to provide additional functionality at their leisure and discretion, "fixes" are not "updates".
    OP will not be pushed to provide fixes or even respond to customers if other "customers" answer for them and make excuses and uninformed statements on their behalf.

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  18. Vito B.
    Digital Media Manager Europe Staff Member Jan 19, 2016

    Vito B. , Jan 19, 2016 :
    I think peoples don't measure the amount of work it is to make a ROM ! OnePlus has not the power of Samsung !

    If I need to wait I'll wait. When I bought my first OnePlus device, which was the One, I knew what I was entering in. OnePlus is growing, and deciding to make their own ROM is not easy.

  19. F1fan
    Donut Jan 19, 2016

    F1fan , Jan 19, 2016 :
    I get up to 4 days out of it.

    They shouldn't have released the OS with this amount of issues.

    To say it one more time, this thread is not about Android M, it's about he early january update!

  20. shwan
    Froyo Jan 19, 2016

    shwan , Jan 19, 2016 :
    I know nothing about about ROM development, but constantly see how small groups and individuals on XDA develop cracking ROMs for free and in their spare time quicker than OP!

    Again, the OPO had much better software than the OPX - the elephant in the room ;)

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