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OxygenOS 10.3.5 for the OnePlus 6 and 6T

  1. ItsRavi25
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 5, 2020

    ItsRavi25 , via OnePlus 6T , Sep 5, 2020 :
    Goto settings > Utilities > Oneplus laboratory > Dc Dimming > Enable it ( if it's not enable) / Disable it (if it's already enable).
     

  2. ItsRavi25
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 5, 2020

    ItsRavi25 , via OnePlus 6T , Sep 5, 2020 :
    For battery draining and heating issue try this.
    You can calibrate to enhance your battery life
    For battery draining you should follow this to calibrate..

    Goto settings >App and notifications>Click on three dot in right corner>Reset app preference.

    To Optimize the phone, clear your recent apps, also set 3rd party apps to Optimize in Settings Battery, only leave the ones you need run in the background or to notify you such as messages, email, Google Services, oneplus etc on Intelligent control.

    Android may take a few days to optimize those apps after setting them to Optimize depending on your usage of those apps. A10 has its own learning curve.

    Go through 2 to 3 charge cycles, leave on charge beyond full capacity for a couple of hours. Preferably overnight.

    After a few days, Check App battery stats at about 50% and see if there are particular apps using more resources than necessary.

    A definitive guide to everything that affects smartphone battery life

    https://www.androidauthority.com/smartphone-battery-life-drain-causes-1071423/
    Thanks to @Caomhin 😇...
     

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  3. G_Ramkumar_Kolamala_utPp
    Cupcake Sep 5, 2020

    G_Ramkumar_Kolamala_utPp , Sep 5, 2020 :
    Thank you for the quick response
     

  4. ItsRavi25
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 5, 2020


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  5. Tejas Tharu
    Gingerbread Sep 5, 2020

    Tejas Tharu , Sep 5, 2020 :
    Oxygen OS 9.0.9 Vs Oxygen OS 10.3.5
    • RAM Management: RAM Management was the biggest issue till OOS 10.3.4, but in 10.3.5, the optimization really kicked in. It is at par or even better than 9.0.9.

      Important: After the incremental update from 10.3.4, I did not see any drastic difference and I complained about phone was not able to handle more than 3-4 apps in background, but installing from a scratch makes a hell lot of difference. Now it easily manages 7-8 apps in background without hiccups!

    • Battery life: Battery life on Android 10 was any day better than Pie (except for the initial builds), after 10.3.4, the standby improved a lot. 10.3.5 can easily pass through a day with ~6 hours of SOT (2 years old battery). With OOS 9.0.9, you may get slightly better screen on time, but standby isn't good. With 10.3.5, with merely ~2-3%, my phone goes on till morning without dying in between.

    • Security updates: If you are still holding back to Android 9 for usability, consider the security update as well. With 9.0.9, you will get August 2019 patch, while with 10.3.5, you are secured with August 2020 patch. In this 1 year, Google has added some critical security fixes.

    • Usability: Since OOS 9.0.9 was the last Android Pie build, it was refined a lot, same way at with 10.3.5, most of the things have got fixed/stabled now. Moreover, Android 10/10.3.5 fixed many visual changes that has improved a usability a lot. Font size fixes, menu rearrangement, better sections, better launcher, etc. You may not notice such things unless you install both the versions back and forth.

    • Nearby Share: When I was on 9.0.9, surprisingly received Nearby share earlier compared to Android 10, but again this is a complete server side activity, which gets triggered in batch. Later, I have received the same in Android 10 as well.
    Some people have complained about Settings app, which takes 2-3 seconds to load. After the clean install it will take lesser time to load 1-1.5s, but do not expect as good as OOS 9.0.9, because in 10.3.5, some modules/updates needs to be fetched from server e.g. Red Club Account, Digital Wellbeing, etc.

    In case you have any specific questions about both the builds, would be happy to answer on the same.

    My final verdict would be, just start a fresh with 10.3.5(without restoring any apps data), you will be surprised by the performance and battery life. :)
     

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  6. mohd_areeb
    Honeycomb Sep 5, 2020

    mohd_areeb , via OnePlus 6 , Sep 5, 2020 :
    No, it's working fine for me.
     

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  7. T1539496809178
    Gingerbread Sep 5, 2020

    T1539496809178 , Sep 5, 2020 :
    Yes it was a bug which was resolved by their team in the night itself ..in the morning it was working fine for me too ...they fixed it quickly
     

  8. Lerchu
    Cupcake Sep 5, 2020


  9. rhyd1am
    Jelly Bean Sep 5, 2020


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  10. Lerchu
    Cupcake Sep 5, 2020


  11. sepol1
    Froyo Sep 5, 2020


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  12. rhyd1am
    Jelly Bean Sep 5, 2020

    rhyd1am , via OnePlus 6T , Sep 5, 2020 :
    Did you read the instructions properly? You can't just download the version you wish to use and install it. You need to use the rollback (the first link given in the instructions) first. That's will put you on an Android 9 build.

    You'll then need to upgrade to version 9.0.17 (again linked in the instructions) before you are able to upgrade to whichever version of Android 10 you want.

    Note: You need to ensure that the file you are trying to install via local upgrade is placed in your phones root directory (not in a folder), and that the file name does not end in ".jar" (if it does, then delete the .jar from the end of the file), before it will show up in local upgrade.
     

  13. ironass
    Lollipop Sep 5, 2020

    ironass , Sep 5, 2020 :
    I give up @rhyd1am :rolleyes:

    The very first sentence of that post states, quite clearly...

    "(Please read the following, carefully and thoroughly, including the links before proceeding or asking questions.)"
     

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  14. rhyd1am
    Jelly Bean Sep 5, 2020

    rhyd1am , via OnePlus 6T , Sep 5, 2020 :
    The trouble with writing a sentence like that down is, in order for it to have any impact, you are assuming the individual will actually read the sentence in question 🙄

    Not to mention the actual instruction 🤷‍♂️
     

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  15. anup1111
    Cupcake Sep 6, 2020

    anup1111 , via OnePlus 6T , Sep 6, 2020 :
    Today updated is 10.3.5 and I lost all data .I can't open gallery, Google photos .when try to open it it crashes.i can't get my backup return
     

  16. R1546433408005
    Donut Sep 6, 2020

    R1546433408005 , via OnePlus 6T , Sep 6, 2020 :
    Well you already lose your old data's though, maybe a factory reset will solve that issue. Cause when I install this update I also face that trouble shoots, after restoration it's completely fine. (I update 10.3.5 my self from OnePlus forum) .good luck
     

  17. Q1599360051083
    Cupcake Sep 6, 2020


  18. anup1111
    Cupcake Sep 6, 2020

    anup1111 , via OnePlus 6T , Sep 6, 2020 :
    But store maneger shows data and even whatsapp crashed.through file manager I can open files imeges
     

  19. R1546433408005
    Donut Sep 6, 2020

    R1546433408005 , via OnePlus 6T , Sep 6, 2020 :
    To restore, you don't need file manager, open settings and search for reset , then factory data reset.. though you will lose the current apps and data's you've installed, after rest it will work fine like mine hopefully,
     

  20. drl431
    Nougat Sep 6, 2020

    drl431 , Sep 6, 2020 :
    Did you move from open beta to stable, but without a system wipe?
     

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