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Notice regarding the OnePlus 5 & 5T update delay

  1. Waveform Modifier
    Marshmallow Sep 26, 2020

    Waveform Modifier , Sep 26, 2020 :
    I don't think they care nor should they care.
    Your demands is illogical.
     

  2. sbarwal009
    Eclair Sep 26, 2020

    sbarwal009 , via OnePlus 5 , Sep 26, 2020 :
    It's upto them. What they want!!!

    Short term benefits or long term customer support.
     

  3. Waveform Modifier
    Marshmallow Sep 26, 2020

    Waveform Modifier , Sep 26, 2020 :
    The 5 series already reached EOL. They aren't going to do anything beyond fixing the current Android 10 build. Believing OnePlus is going to cave to your demands is beyond laughable.
     
    Last edited: Sep 26, 2020

  4. catchryan
    Froyo Sep 26, 2020



  5. P1601137207406
    Donut Sep 26, 2020

    P1601137207406 , via OnePlus 5T , Sep 26, 2020 :
    Yes. Always do a clean install when upgrading from one android version to another. Still having small but really annoying issues.
    Android as it stands is all about companies pushing hardware really hard so they can sell devices every year. Software and ecosystem is almost forgotten and not widely available.
     

  6. jontalk
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 26, 2020

    jontalk , via OnePlus 5T , Sep 26, 2020 :
    True. Do you have lots of third party apps including games, social media and others installed? I ask since I've seen that most with problems tend to have many. I on the other hand do not [e]1f609[/e]
     

  7. stately
    Eclair Sep 26, 2020

    stately , Sep 26, 2020 :
    My 5t has become unusable since the 10.0.0 update. The notification light disappeared, but the real problem turned out to likely be the "communications module". My outgoing calls sounded like I reached chipmunks on speed. Totally garbled and not understandable. I posted about this in the (sound) support forum before I realized that this thread existed. My sim is currently operating perfectly in a backup Moto G5 Plus. I do love the 5t, but if OnePlus does not step up and fix the problems THEY created I will be forced to buy another phone - and you can bet it will not be a OnePlus.
     

  8. cubanorafter
    Froyo Sep 26, 2020

    cubanorafter , Sep 26, 2020 :
    Just wondering, would it be easier to "fix" the v10 or you think since so much trouble for many, they just rework 11?
    Logically, I would say they try and fix 10, and not waste time with giving the 5/5T an 11 update, just wondering since they have been brewing 11 for other devices...

    Side note, I am in the minority that I guess did not have many bugs on my OP5 with version 10.
    I have 2 issues, every once in a while I get kicked off a call when another call comes in, and the second is sometimes my photos do not appear when trying to attach in Google Messenger. I end up having to reboot to fix. Everything else has been fine since I first updated a few months ago (seems like forever tho...)

    I would have considered buying another OP in the future but after all this, I most likely will go with someone else.
     

  9. Waveform Modifier
    Marshmallow Sep 27, 2020

    Waveform Modifier , Sep 27, 2020 :
    They will not be reworking Android 11 for the 5 series. Not going to abandon months of work just to start all over again, despite how much they messed up Android 10 for the 5 series phones.
     

  10. RevidFfum
    Gingerbread Sep 27, 2020

    RevidFfum , via OnePlus 5T Midnight Black , Sep 27, 2020 :

    I will be happily surprised if OnePlus feels obligated to compensate 5/5Ts owners for the delay and neglect by releasing 11 to our phones.
     

  11. OPTRGT21
    Gingerbread Sep 27, 2020

    OPTRGT21 , via OnePlus 6T , Sep 27, 2020 :
    get over this compensation mentality, and use that round object above your shoulders,
     

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  12. iharshjjain
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 27, 2020


  13. Sad.oneplus5t.user.
    Froyo Sep 27, 2020

    Sad.oneplus5t.user. , Sep 27, 2020 :
    This is what happens when you keep focusing on launching new phone and don't focus on software
     

  14. Sad.oneplus5t.user.
    Froyo Sep 27, 2020


  15. X1601135077473
    Cupcake Sep 27, 2020


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  16. OPTRGT21
    Gingerbread Sep 27, 2020

    OPTRGT21 , via OnePlus 6T , Sep 27, 2020 :
    since last year before the release of os10, i am pointing out this lacuna in OP devop team, they are mindfade when it comes to software innovation and implementation, for once you can be a great hardware epitome for mobile community but that is all hollow without a smooth software similar to a human body which might resemble arnold....but is far more fragile deep within out of diseases n weakness, just by offering 65watt charger, 100mp camera, 120hertz refreshing rate dont make a company flagship killer, just see with open eyes as n by android is getting complex with bigger size n new features, the more OP devop team is finding it difficult to implement it in their high rated devices......flagship killer waale morons ko ek chota sa sandesh....
     

  17. FusionBomber
    Honeycomb Sep 27, 2020

    FusionBomber , via OnePlus 5T , Sep 27, 2020 :
    I highly doubt that they've put any serious effort for Oxygen OS 10 for the 5/5T. They literally threw whatever was ready (perhaps a developer version) as a public release just to meet their Q2 2020 deadline.
    Given the negligence of OP towards 5/5T ever since the launch itself, it kinda seems practical to ask for Oxygen OS 11 as a compensation. The bill comes due.
     

  18. bussi1805 , via OnePlus Community App , Sep 27, 2020 :
    Stop fantasizing about OOS 11! It won't happen that's 100% sure. We received OOS10 8! months after Android 10 was released. Do you honestly think they'll put that "much effort" again in that device? We'll be lucky if we get a bug free version of OOS10 before this device is EOL.
    If you want Android 11 just wait a few weeks and install a custom rom of your choice.
     

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  19. P1601137207406
    Donut Sep 27, 2020

    P1601137207406 , via OnePlus 5T , Sep 27, 2020 :
    No, nothing of the sort. Having stuck with android all this time means I have a little bit of technical knowledge about this stuff. So I know what works and what breaks.
    The problems i've experienced have nothing to do with apps. They're related to ROM stability: fingerprint, connectivity and data management. I really hope OP deliver some kind of stable update before leaving the OP5 unattended