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OxygenOS 10.0.4 [EU and Global] and 10.3.1 [India] for the OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7

  1. Alex_Cerv
    Gingerbread Feb 19, 2020

    Alex_Cerv , Feb 19, 2020 :
    yes, i think we can only agree update policy is getting worse(i am new OP user, but i read more unhappiness)
    Samsung releases February patch to some devices first days of february, OP on 14 releases January....

    Is preferrable to at least relase fresh secutity patches, even if they are not/will not solve bugs so....
     

  2. Swejuggalo
    KitKat Feb 19, 2020

    Swejuggalo , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Feb 19, 2020 :
    Turned out to be in beta 9 (missing here many say)
     

  3. svntsvn
    Eclair Feb 19, 2020


  4. svntsvn
    Eclair Feb 19, 2020

    svntsvn , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Feb 19, 2020 :
    I'm wondering why Google assistant is still white in dark mode, it's long past it being on some server side thing with Google. when forced in Dev options it's all wonky. I hope they get dark mode sorted.
     

  5. vishal_breaksome
    Donut Feb 19, 2020


  6. V1560364707635
    Cupcake Feb 19, 2020


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  7. bagufix
    Gingerbread Feb 19, 2020


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  8. Grilled_Trout
    Gingerbread Feb 19, 2020

    Grilled_Trout , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Feb 19, 2020 :


    Swejuggalo

    With both upsides and downsides they also do continuous closed and beta updates. As an beta user you often get more up to date security. We had December in open beta before January.
    I guess it can be how they develop software and sometimes bad timing makes it look worse than it is.​


    Beta is a "Use it at your own risk" thing. Once anyone dares to suggest people to use beta software to rely on security features, there is going to be a lot of push backs.

    The beta is NOT stable. It has the potential to break the phone. Once something is broken when a user decided to use the beta, the response would be "Well, it is a beta. You used it at your own risk." How is that going to be acceptable to suggest that a user needs to rely on beta software to be provided timely security update?

    Do you buy phones to beta test their software? I know I do not. And I am pretty darn sure that I am not in the minority.
     

  9. JimS87
    Cupcake Feb 20, 2020

    JimS87 , Feb 20, 2020 :
    Did a factory reset thinking it will fix the standby battery drain issue but boy I was wrong.

    Less than 8 hours almost 20%! 7pro with QHD and 90hz

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  10. heamanthstark
    Eclair Feb 20, 2020


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  11. Z1560583873893
    Cupcake Feb 20, 2020


  12. Fererio
    Eclair Feb 20, 2020

    Fererio , via OnePlus 7 , Feb 20, 2020 :
    Didn't you read the post properly it says staged rollout.
    so pls stop asking or saying that you still did not receive it.
    why are you so impatient???
    If you want it right now use oxygen updater app
     

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  13. Darsh93
    Gingerbread Feb 20, 2020


  14. L.Vineethkumar
    Eclair Feb 20, 2020


  15. mallesh1+7
    Donut Feb 20, 2020

    mallesh1+7 , via OnePlus 7 , Feb 20, 2020 :
    yeah too slow and they are only providing with old security fixes.

    last like security update was November's and till February there was no security update and we are vulnerable to those issues.

    Hope they atleast provide security patches regularly [e]270c[/e]️
     

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  16. Darsh93
    Gingerbread Feb 20, 2020

    Darsh93 , via OnePlus 7 , Feb 20, 2020 :
    yaa bro.. hold tight.. they might have found some bugs.. you know OnePlus.. always hurrying to push updates but are mostly unpolished.. then they push more to iron out the bugs.. I'm sure we'll get it pretty soon.. cheers
     

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  17. RAMESHWAR1020
    Donut Feb 20, 2020


  18. Eric Xing
    Donut Feb 20, 2020