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OxygenOS 10.0.7 for the OnePlus 7T [10.3.0 in India]

  1. Abhi.bhandral , via OnePlus 7T Frosted Silver , Jan 26, 2020 :
    I've noticed that ambient light sensor doesn't work as good as it is supposed to be, many times I've to disable and then again have to enable it so that it can set accurate brightness, I've never faced this issue with my old OP5
     

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  2. Swejuggalo , via OnePlus 7 Pro Mirror Gray , Jan 26, 2020 :
    If the adaptive brightness stops adjusting completely you may want to report this via the feedback tool inside the community app.
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    If it only ends up not using correct brightness in different situations you can try to adjust it manually every now and then (but still keep auto adjustment on).
    A other method you can try is to reset the learned preferences and force a re-learn. It may take a while before it has learned you preferences though. (On 7 series EU users don't have this. Probably the same on 7T series. But some claim it works if manually installing it via apk mirror)

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  3. zer0mins
    Eclair Jan 26, 2020

    zer0mins , Jan 26, 2020 :
    Is there any update for January? Sometimes One Plus Launcher crashed. Location can't detect immaculately.
     

  4. Abhi.bhandral , via OnePlus 7T Frosted Silver , Jan 26, 2020 :
    Thanks for the suggestion, I've just cleared cache for the device health management, hope it will help & gave feedback too. Thanks once again
     

  5. Swejuggalo , via OnePlus 7 Pro Mirror Gray , Jan 26, 2020 :
    If you press clear data it does not actually clear data but get you get to the next screenshot I posted.
     

  6. SUJIL2923
    Froyo Jan 26, 2020


  7. Swejuggalo , via OnePlus 7 Pro Mirror Gray , Jan 26, 2020 :
    And when next update arrives I'm pretty sure it's January. Oneplus haven't really promised early security updates anywhere as far as I know. Their normal rollout of security updates is bi-monthly. They did one on 7 series even before Pixel got them once... But that was more of a publicity stunt if you ask me.
    I don't know how Oppo does it... But if they develop close beta, open beta and stable side by side and at the same time manage to release early security updates... That would be impressive.
    I rather choose Oneplus approach than missing out on beta channel options.
     

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  8. muthu4655@gmail.
    Eclair Jan 26, 2020

  9. SUJIL2923
    Froyo Jan 26, 2020

    SUJIL2923 , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 26, 2020 :
    there is a difference between mid range model and hi end model . both are doing the same means what's the use of spending more money in costly models
     

  10. SudhirRPatra
    Eclair Jan 26, 2020

    SudhirRPatra , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 26, 2020 :
    Was last update from Oppo F7 in December 2019 before they have January security patch ?

    Also, OnePlus have a bi-monthly schedule for Security patches for their phones. If they do not provide update atleast as per this schedule, you can start complaining.

    As for phone cost, the difference comes in performance and support over longer period.
     

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  11. SUJIL2923
    Froyo Jan 26, 2020

    SUJIL2923 , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 26, 2020 :
    both are getting the November update in same time . oppo 10days earlier than OnePlus . but now they are in latest patch . we are are two months behind .
     

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  12. SudhirRPatra
    Eclair Jan 26, 2020

    SudhirRPatra , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 26, 2020 :
    You might have received the update in December for oppo. I did a search and found out that November update for Oppo started on 15/11. And if it got January update now, then that makes it 2 months since last update for it.

    OnePlus 7T has received atleast 1 update each month since its release. So I am not sure how it is bad compared to Oppo or some other OEM.

    Also, most of the security patches that google deploy have pixel related fixes. If any patch have global fixes or critical issues, then not just OnePlus but all major OEMs will send the patches as soon as possible.
     

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  13. Swejuggalo , via OnePlus 7 Pro Mirror Gray , Jan 26, 2020 :
    True. But price has very little to do with security upgrades. You could buy a cheap Android One phone for example with monthly upgrades.
    It's more of what flavor of Android and what developing style you buy. The information on how Oneplus is handling security updates is not clearly advertised though... Possible to read here on the community but that's it. Kind of pisses some users off that is used to get it on previous phones. So I wish they either be more clear with it or do some adjustments on how they handle the stable channel.
    I see a lot of comments on security over and over again. Buying an Oneplus and thinking you get monthly security updates kind of creates a loss-loss situation.
     

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  14. Sami Khatri
    Eclair Jan 26, 2020


  15. VaguelyWoo
    Gingerbread Jan 26, 2020


  16. ade0410
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 26, 2020

    ade0410 , Jan 26, 2020 :
    Get a life
     

  17. ade0410
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 26, 2020

    ade0410 , Jan 26, 2020 :
    Absolutely not.
    Or you can but don't come complaining when you want to go back to stable OS.
     

  18. VaguelyWoo
    Gingerbread Jan 27, 2020

    VaguelyWoo , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 27, 2020 :
    I won't, I'm not a noob. I know exactly how to get back and everything. But I like wanna try it just to try the new features
     

  19. W1579955681345
    Cupcake Jan 27, 2020


  20. P1580112574258
    Cupcake Jan 27, 2020

    P1580112574258 , Jan 27, 2020 :
    My Oneplus7T pro is 4 days old, it's battery is dying very fast, it's not even giving backup for whole day. Is there anything which I need to follow while using this, or the mobile is so heavily built that it will remain like this only.