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OxygenOS 10.0 for the OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7

  1. docnok63
    Jelly Bean Oct 10, 2019

    docnok63 , Oct 10, 2019 :
    I can hardly believe this has to be explained to a person who claims they have extensive computer knowledge, but here I go:

    Sure, OP can release "just" security patches for their devices, but instead of just worrying about the device in your hand, OP has to worry about almost all their devices. That means for Pie: 7 series, 6 series, and 5 series (3 series is at EOL and no longer getting official builds.) So that 6 builds right there. Then you have 7T series and 7 series A10 builds. That's another 4 builds. That's 10 builds unless the McLaren editions don't use standard Pro builds, that adds another 3 build (two 7 series, one 7T.) So that's 10-13 builds that have to be generated and distributed as OTAs "just" for security patches. That's a LOT of additional work when the dev teams are busy trying to roll out Open Beta builds (both Pie and 10), and stable builds (both Pie and 10.) Would you want the 7 series hotfix build to be delayed a few more days so that OP5 users could have a patch that, in the entire history of Android, has never prevented a hack?
     

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  2. Ultraman215
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2019

    Ultraman215 , Oct 10, 2019 :
    Dude, why do you constantly have to be so condescending? WTF...

    News Flash, it's not cute and doesn't make you appear any smarter than anyone else....

    It's a simple question regarding Project Treble. If you don't know the answer then just say that!

    The amount of devices OnePlus currently introduce into production has nothing to do with the intent of Project Treble which was supposed to make it easier on device manufacturer to keep the OS current and reduce fragmentation...

    If you compare Oxygen OS to Apple's iPhone, then you would think the underlying core code base would be consistent with branch's to support the various devices such as iPhone 5,6,7,8,10 and now 11... Oxygen OS should not be that much different to support OnePlus 5,6,7 etc.
     

  3. K1566439429953
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019

  4. Nic2112
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 10, 2019

    Nic2112 , Oct 10, 2019 :
    He said it, it's because you refer to yourself as a computer guru, capable of reading packet captures and generating malicious packets that can bring down networks and servers.

    Don't point to your chef's hat if you can't cook.
     

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  5. docnok63
    Jelly Bean Oct 10, 2019

    docnok63 , Oct 10, 2019 :
    Do you notice my condescending attitude is just towards you? It's because for a person that claims to have vast computer knowledge and experience, you ask the most basic questions without bringing any common sense to the table (such as the over hour long debate we had about Oxygen Updater, Amazon servers, OTA.} News flash: I'm not trying to be cute, you just annoy the *%c* outta me.

    I know the exact purpose of Project Treble, but what you fail to realize is the 5 series doesn't even support it. The 6 series was the first to ship with Oreo, and thus Treble. While the T series (which I completely forgot to put in the numbers of my last post so now you're talking 6 more Pie builds and 2 more 10 builds (right now) for a total of 16 to 18 builds) are very similar to their non-T variants in each series. But each series is very different from the previous as far as the boot and system partitions go (the two partitions that need to updated for a security patch.) With OP releasing four new devices per year, there's only so many human resources you can throw at them for updates. That's why the updates are slowing down lately as they feel the full weight of A10 and the number of builds they have to generate. Look at all the engineering positions they have available in India and China: https://www.oneplus.com/careers#openings. They're short-staffed and doing the best they can.

    I won't reply about this topic anymore because security patches and Project Treble have nothing to do with this thread and I don't feel like debating it with you for another hour. I've already typed too much.
     

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  6. H1566570614636
    Donut Oct 10, 2019

    H1566570614636 , Oct 10, 2019 :
    However, No other OEM's pushes the stable Android 10 updates either. And Even till date I don't recognise any kind of bugs in Android 9 on Oneplus 7 pro still. Sometimes we need to be happy with what we've got so far in life. Hope you don't mind[e]1f601[/e]
     

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  7. K1569939721247 , via OnePlus 7 Mirror Gray , Oct 10, 2019 :
    i got only 6 hour of on screen while playing of 3-4 hour game and YouTube and whatspp ,facebook..
     

  8. Karthikbujjigadu
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019


  9. K1570674096733
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019


  10. Karthikbujjigadu
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019

    Karthikbujjigadu , Oct 10, 2019 :
    same problem
     

  11. U1524605359880
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019


  12. xxkhbxx
    Froyo Oct 10, 2019


  13. Y1569471356446
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019


  14. Kiranshankar.a.b
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019



  15. Chavannigans
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019

    Chavannigans , Oct 10, 2019 :
    OOS 10 broke my Visible connectivity so now my new phone doesn't work on my network. It won't allow me to rollback to pie using the local upgrade in settings. Help!!
     

  16. Ganesh_S_
    Froyo Oct 10, 2019

    Ganesh_S_ , via OnePlus 7 , Oct 10, 2019 :
    are you dying
     

  17. luvishjain
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019

    luvishjain , Oct 10, 2019 :
    Can anybody solve this?
    Aftrr upgrading to Android 10, my Oneplus takes more time to charge.
    Battery draining normally as before, only taking more time to charge in simolar situation as before.
     

  18. borymass
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2019

    borymass , Oct 10, 2019 :
    Just use the oxygen updater app if you can't wait. I'm just waiting for the ota update.