OxygenOS 10.3.3 for the OnePlus 6 and 6T

  1. rhyd1am
    KitKat May 7, 2020

    rhyd1am , via OnePlus 6T , May 7, 2020 :
    Not seen a single article anywhere stating anything of the sort. The only mention of it I've come across is your post 🤷‍♂️

    Auristic, ironass, Artemus. and 3 others like this.
  2. Andre_Borges
    Donut May 7, 2020

    Andre_Borges , May 7, 2020 :
    I must agree with you, OnePlus 6T is only about 18 months old and it's taking forever to get simple Security Patch updates. I have besides the OP6T a Galaxy S10.
    Galaxy 10 gets new updates monthly, usually in the first week and is currently running May Security Patch. OneUI 2.1 is also great and very stable compared to what happened with OxygenOS after Android 10.

    OnePlus, you have settled. Unfortunately this is probably my first and last OnePlus device.


  3. ramkr1607
    Gingerbread May 7, 2020

  4. K1570050609830
    Cupcake May 7, 2020

    K1570050609830 , May 7, 2020 :
    I gave up on Android 10, OP6 battery drained a lot with A10, I did the rollback and my battery is significantly better.

  5. The_Huntsman
    Froyo May 7, 2020

    The_Huntsman , via OnePlus 6T , May 7, 2020 :
    Yes, that's disappointing!

    My wife's has a 5 years old mid range device and still ahead of me having April patches. [e]1f601[/e]

    Updates taking longer only because of the negligence of older devices... 😕

  6. Y1541792624368
    Froyo May 7, 2020

    Y1541792624368 , via OnePlus 6T , May 7, 2020 :
    My take on the recent 10.3.3 for the 6T is this... The update is a waste of download time and junk. Not only has it NOT fixed any issues I was having after the previous update - before 10.3.3 it has literally introduced a new set of problems.
    1. After the first reboot, had to do a force shutdown because I kept hearing phantom notifications. Twelve beeps in succession, which only stopped after the shutdown.
    2. Have to repeatedly turn on and off Mobile data in order to use Amazon Music, Apple Music, plus built-in Chrome. The three apps appear to be sticking at launch.
    3. The phone takes longer to reboot - 30 to 40 seconds.
    4. Can no longer put my 6T in any pockets without music which is being played through the two music related apps without them skipping ahead. This is after using 4 different brands which didn't have any issues before the update. Very very not happy about that one. Who wants to have to carry their phone rather than placing it in a pocket. I don't..
    4. Google Maps takes a lonnnng time to load -- even after rebooting.
    5. Most of the problems I have encountered only occurred when using Data. It isn't my service provider because I didn't encounter any issues prior to the update.
    I have typed this before within the "Community" but will type it again... I will never ever purchase another OnePlus phone ever again. Have had my phone since November 2018 and within a few weeks, the phone began to have overheating issues. Tried several different cases - until finding a bamboo case through Amazon.
    In my experience, each new update has introduced a new set of problems or didn't correct previous issues. My only recourse at this time is to backup the 6T, factory reset and see whether or not the new "issues" go away. Am I optimistic about the future outcome? Not in the least.

  7. Artemus.
    Community Hero 2020 May 7, 2020

    Artemus. , May 7, 2020 :
    In this entire rant about the update, lemme ask you this... when is the last time you wiped your phone?

    Caoimhín, Auristic, K_deep and 4 others like this.
  8. goalie2002
    Eclair May 7, 2020

    goalie2002 , May 7, 2020 :
    I've quit trying to reply to people who say:

    "OMG I haven't gotten the update yet, where is it?" - it's a staged rollout, so it can take some time. If you can't wait, use oxygen updater.

    "OMG so many issues in this new update" - have you tried wiping the cache? Wiping the phone? Most of the time the answer is no. So what they are saying is that they come to rant on here first before trying to actually fix the issue.

    It is pointless replying to these sorts of posts, since there will always be more of them, even though these have been answered many times already in this thread (there's even a FAQ post at the beginning of this thread, that answers most of these questions). This shows me that none of these people even bothered to read any of the earlier posts.

  9. Y1541792624368
    Froyo May 8, 2020

    Y1541792624368 , via OnePlus 6T , May 8, 2020 :
    Umm, you meant when was the last time, correct? I previously posted that my only recourse was to do just that. Already happened and there has been no change.

  10. Artemus.
    Community Hero 2020 May 8, 2020

    Artemus. , May 8, 2020 :
    That... doesn't really answer my question.

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  11. Y1541792624368
    Froyo May 8, 2020

    Y1541792624368 , via OnePlus 6T , May 8, 2020 :
    Can I help that English doesn't appear to be your native language? Nah man, care to elaborate?

  12. Artemus.
    Community Hero 2020 May 8, 2020

    Artemus. , May 8, 2020 :
    Asked you a simple question... when did you last wipe?

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  13. Y1541792624368
    Froyo May 8, 2020

    Y1541792624368 , via OnePlus 6T , May 8, 2020 :
    O...Kay, here's the deal dude. My 6T has been refreshed or wiped. There has been no change in performance. None... All of the problems previously posted are still a problem.

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  14. drl431
    Community Hero 2020 May 8, 2020

    drl431 , May 8, 2020 :
    Also consider that even after a factory reset, if you back up and restore all your old apps, you could be re-introducing one or more of your issues. Some 3rd party apps may still not be fully compatible with Android 10.

  15. Y1541792624368
    Froyo May 8, 2020

    Y1541792624368 , via OnePlus 6T , May 8, 2020 :
    Started cleanly from scratch, but thanks though. Take care...

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  16. kim_64kg
    Gingerbread May 8, 2020

  17. bkshaw1994
    Eclair May 8, 2020

  18. ajxjfjcfjfjfjfjf
    Cupcake May 8, 2020

  19. delightdev
    Froyo May 8, 2020

    delightdev , via OnePlus 6 , May 8, 2020 :
    Best ever stable stock rom is 9.0.9. Period.

    OnePlus developers are shying away from OnePlus 6 development, can't even fix lags, jitters, sudden crashes !!!

    Downgrading from Android Q is so satisfying... I wish they'd have continued the regular security updates for Android 9, if they can't bake Android Q properly for us.

    OnePlus of 2016 is far better than OnePlus 2020 !!!