OxygenOS 10.3.4 for the OnePlus 6 and 6T

  1. Ján Hirner
    Honeycomb Jun 9, 2020

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    Cupcake Jun 9, 2020

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  3. Ján Hirner
    Honeycomb Jun 9, 2020

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  4. A1531819170690
    Donut Jun 9, 2020

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  6. Caomhin
    Community Hero 2020 Jun 9, 2020

  7. Ninoleb69
    Froyo Jun 9, 2020

    Ninoleb69 , via OnePlus 6T , Jun 9, 2020 :
    thanks for the update but it seems the the shelf isn't as responsive . as I gesture to go to the shelf the screen is just white then it shows itself.

    help! [e]1f609[/e]

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  8. mohal
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 9, 2020

  9. Vikashlb
    Gingerbread Jun 9, 2020

  10. Caomhin
    Community Hero 2020 Jun 9, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , Jun 9, 2020 :
    Clear your OnePlus Launcher App info cache and update it to the latest version on the Playstore

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  11. GaraYaka
    Donut Jun 9, 2020

    GaraYaka , Jun 9, 2020 :
    Is there a way to manually download the update and install? I'm still waiting for this update.

  12. Navalture
    Eclair Jun 9, 2020

    Navalture , via OnePlus 6 , Jun 9, 2020 :
    Try using oxygen updater app from playstore u will get the update over there

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  14. Tejas Tharu
    Gingerbread Jun 9, 2020

    Tejas Tharu , Jun 9, 2020 :
    Lately, OnePlus's staged rollouts go for weeks & weeks & weeks, without an official update.

    Definitely, one can update through Oxygen Updater, but hey, why to delay this much when people flash it manually, completely bad user experience!

    Moreover, this is dependant upon device as well. e.g. OnePlus 5 Android 10 rollout went really quick, within a week or so. And some other high priority devices like the OnePlus 8 series hits early to the devices.

    Software builds are tested internally first > Close beta (alpha builds) > Open beta (almost stable) > Stable builds.
    Even if they are pushing staged rollout, there has to be some timeline. 21 days shows the complete inefficiency of handling things internally.

    I agreed, it is done to ensure there are no issues in stable builds, but come on, OnePlus's Android 10 builds were damn buggy even after their "staged rollouts" strategy!

    What I mean to say is: In some rare events, they have rolled back updates, otherwise, even after staged rollouts, if they observe minor bugs, they'll push it to everyone. Then, there is no meaning of Staged rollouts.

    Agreed, but if you are going to the 3rd party app, just for seeking the update for your phone - COMPLETELY BAD USER EXPERIENCE!

    Why can't OnePlus own such app, where they keep the update on Day 1, tell the users that, they can flash if they don't want to wait. Or just add a link to download OTAs in this thread itself. Making their users wait for weeks and weeks, not a good experience for sure.

    My observation in staged rollouts: They push updates to some devices on Day 1 or 2, and then they do not update rest others for weeks, sometimes close to a month. And this is applicable to small patches as well.
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  15. mohal
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jun 9, 2020

  16. Salil_Parmar
    Eclair Jun 9, 2020

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  17. rhyd1am , via OnePlus Community App , Jun 9, 2020 :
    It's a staged, random rollout. It goes first to a smaller group of "random" users, before going out to increasingly larger groups of users, and can take a couple of weeks to reach everyone.

    It's done this way to try to minimise the chance of any major bugs getting out there. Be patient and it'll soon reach your device 🙂

  18. hVenkat97
    Cupcake Jun 9, 2020

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  19. Salil_Parmar
    Eclair Jun 9, 2020

    Salil_Parmar , via OnePlus 6T , Jun 9, 2020 :

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