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OxygenOS 10.3.3 for the OnePlus 6 and 6T

  1. Artemus.
    Community Hero 2020 May 19, 2020

    Artemus. , May 19, 2020 :
    SOT can vary wildly between users based on their usage patterns. No one can give you a definitive answer.
     

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  2. AlexanderDG83
    Eclair May 19, 2020


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  3. Sarvesh_Toruk
    Eclair May 19, 2020

    Sarvesh_Toruk , via OnePlus 6T , May 19, 2020 :
    6T / storage 128gb -------- 2.4 gb remaining
    after updating this patch, few apps or system ui Freeze's oftenly, and unable to off the mobile from button as well..
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  4. Artemus.
    Community Hero 2020 May 19, 2020

    Artemus. , May 19, 2020 :
    When is the last time you wiped/factory reset your phone since updating to A10?
     

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  5. g_milav
    Cupcake May 19, 2020


  6. Caomhin
    OnePlus 9 Series Expert Community Expert May 19, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , May 19, 2020 :
    With only 2.4GB storage left, this is liable to happen, as when an app is in use it will use some storage temporarily as it drawing data from the Internet. If you have a number of apps on the go, that will grow exponentially.

    You need to free up as much storage as possible. 10 to 15GB would be sufficient.

    If you still have issues, the as @Kytharsis states, backup your phone and do a Full Factory Erase All Data reset.
     

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  7. Caomhin
    OnePlus 9 Series Expert Community Expert May 19, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , May 19, 2020 :
    Check 1st pinned post, top of the thread by @B_Wrath, it has a suggestion how to fix that issue.
     

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  8. g_milav
    Cupcake May 19, 2020


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  9. Y1541792624368
    Froyo May 20, 2020

    Y1541792624368 , via OnePlus 6T , May 20, 2020 :
    Well, I have corrected the issues with a OnePlus 6T I used to own. When out on an evening walk on Sunday - wore a mask because of the Coronavirus, I got so frustrated with the many problems with the phone that I threw it to the ground. The way I see it, the phone had been purchased in November of 2018, which meant at this point it was free. I then returned home, powered up my Alienware R4 17 with 32 GB of RAM and made a curbside purchase on a unlocked iPhone 11 Pro Max and picked up the phone on Monday. What I found comical about OnePlus in 2020 is having to wipe a phone when the. majority of apps which worked without incident prior to an update. Have had phones from Blackberry, iPhone, LG, Samsung, Windows 10 Nokia and others I cannot recall, and never once did I have to do anything extreme to get a phone to cooperate. The majority of apps required either a reboot of shutdown in order to work - including Google Maps. In the end I thoroughly enjoyed throwing the phone and moving back to Apple. OnePlus can keep their trashy phones and subpar and sporadic updates.
     

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  10. G_Mark_Dunn_JMmj
    Froyo May 20, 2020

    G_Mark_Dunn_JMmj , May 20, 2020 :
    ⬆️ This ⬆️ along with the phone completely freezing. And the camera taking way to long to capture the picture after you touch the button causing you to completely more the shot.
     

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  11. Artemus.
    Community Hero 2020 May 20, 2020

    Artemus. , May 20, 2020 :
    So you're mad that wiping the phone after an update is "extraneous"? Every device needs a fresh start after a major version change.
     

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  12. G_Mark_Dunn_JMmj
    Froyo May 20, 2020

    G_Mark_Dunn_JMmj , May 20, 2020 :
    Umm... Perhaps you should see the post that i was actually replying to
     

  13. Prashant007rb
    Cupcake May 20, 2020

    Prashant007rb , May 20, 2020 :
    my cell phone heated so badly
    my phone is full discharge I plugged in charger it's 31 % charged with heating so much
    what can I do
     

  14. Artemus.
    Community Hero 2020 May 20, 2020

    Artemus. , May 20, 2020 :
    Oop, sorry. Still, though. Instead of waiting for an update to magically fix everything, why not try wiping the phone?
     

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  15. Y1541792624368
    Froyo May 20, 2020

    Y1541792624368 , via OnePlus 6T , May 20, 2020 :
    No, reached a point of frustration because while on my walk, had to restart the phone three times just to get Amazon Music, Apple Music or Google Play to work. So, I get to a store which is close by, 25 minute walk, and my banking pay app wouldn't work. May as well have brought a checkbook! I Have had at least 12 phones over the course of 15 years and even when I was jailbreaking or rooting phones - Android and Apple, never did I have to wipe a phone after an update. That to me is insane, especially in this day and age. Granted there isn't any heavy lifting involved, minus time, this should not be the case. However, it seemed to be the norm - in my experience with the OnePlus 6T. Don't even get me started on nearly two years and multiple case changes because of overheating issues. My personal favorite problem - minus Bluetooth and location randomly turning on, was receiving or seeing "app is using too much memory" when using news related apps. I just opened the app! "What good was it in purchasing a phone with supposed 8 GB of memory?" I Have an old and crusty iPhone 4 from 2010 which is still running - even after my then 2 year old daughter dropped it in the toilet, which can run the "same apps without a problem!" The iPhone is stuck at IOS 7. Nah, I am done with OnePlus.
     

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  16. Vikashlb
    Honeycomb May 20, 2020


  17. Artemus.
    Community Hero 2020 May 20, 2020

    Artemus. , May 20, 2020 :
    Trust me... a quick wipe will probably solve your problems. Android 10 is a HUGE change compared to 8 to 9 which is why there's so many people who have issues who haven't wiped after updating. Note that post-wipe, some people don't face those issues anymore.
     

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  18. Y1541792624368
    Froyo May 20, 2020

    Y1541792624368 , via OnePlus 6T , May 20, 2020 :
    After multiple attempts at correcting the issues by "wiping," throwing the phone to the pavement and purchasing an iPhone corrected the issue.
     

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  19. Artemus.
    Community Hero 2020 May 20, 2020

    Artemus. , May 20, 2020 :
    ...Sorry, what?
     

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  20. Y1541792624368
    Froyo May 20, 2020


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