OxygenOS 10.3.6 for the OnePlus 6 and 6T

  1. W1540566609200 , via OnePlus 6 Midnight Black , Oct 22, 2020 :
    Mine is 22 months young, December 2018.

    Check the health about once per week.

    When I installed the app first, it was varying between 80% and 82%. But have now checked it a few times in the last couple of months and it has stayed at 81%. So I guess maybe the app is collating the health percentage and taking an average.

    Yours is probably around 85% or just above. Should be fine though. Generally no need to change a battery until it runs below 50% to 60% or you find its not lasting for long between charges.

    I still get a full day with about 30% left on it. With about 6 to 7 hours SOT.

    If I could use it for 10 hours SOT or so it would have drain to low single figures percentage.[/QUOTE]Are you playing any games on your device??

  2. Caomhin
    OnePlus 9 Series Expert Community Expert Oct 22, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , Oct 22, 2020 :
    Are you playing any games on your device??[/QUOTE]


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  3. dashxdot
    Gingerbread Oct 22, 2020

    dashxdot , via OnePlus 6T , Oct 22, 2020 :
    You're welcome. That's how it is, anyway, many more months to go until you add that your hobby checklist.

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  4. rhyd1am
    KitKat Oct 22, 2020

    rhyd1am , via OnePlus Community App , Oct 22, 2020 :
    What exactly are you waiting so eagerly for in Android 11?
    Been using Android 11 on my Pixel 3XL since the second developer preview in march. Home controls in the power menu I use everyday, the conversation section in the notifications is ok, but pretty much everything else is just 🤷‍♂️ (the chat bubbles are just plain irritating and a pain in the *** to use).
    In short, Android 11 isn't exactly game changing our exciting. In fact I've been gradually using my 6T more and more again, and really don't miss anything about Android 11 when using my 6T (with the exception of home controls). Just chill out and relax, it will arrive when it's good and ready 😌

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  5. nsin27502750
    Donut Oct 22, 2020

  6. Koushik87
    Gingerbread Oct 22, 2020

    Koushik87 , via OnePlus 6T , Oct 22, 2020 :
    That 1 GB is the cache memory files. The apps and browsers caches the content you regularly visit for faster loading. You can clean it from system storage but next time you open an app it will take time to load and needless to say it will again bulk up in a week. Android is smarter now...gone are those days from kit kat when people used to clean files and storage manually..now it knows when to dump files and when to clear. Forget about that 1 GB and let the phone do it's thing.

  7. Koushik87
    Gingerbread Oct 22, 2020

    Koushik87 , via OnePlus 6T , Oct 22, 2020 :
    I have some disagreement here. Battery was better in 10.3.5. Few astute observations in battery department for 10.3.6 -

    LTE drains battery a lot faster on 10.3.6 compared to previous versions.
    Idle drain is much more in 10.3.6(Specially Overnight drain)
    Observed some heating issues while charging (minor but difference is clear)
    Launcher consumes more ram and resources in background.

    These are specific to me. SOT difference is around half an hour compared to previous version.


  8. Caomhin
    OnePlus 9 Series Expert Community Expert Oct 22, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , Oct 22, 2020 :
    I find that sometimes the slight variance in SOT can ve down to app updates mainly Google Chrome, sometimes the Playstore itself and also Google Play Services as well. But more often than not it can down to using an app or apps more or less often one day to the next. Sometimes even an app update that is used frequently can alter battery use.

    So you will see variance from time to time with apps and their usage mostly.

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  9. Koushik87
    Gingerbread Oct 22, 2020

    Koushik87 , via OnePlus 6T , Oct 22, 2020 :
    That will always keep happening, app life cycle will always have upgrades. Some apps will always be battery hogger like google services. But thats the part where updates are important, to adapt to the new changes, embrace them and accordingly optimize them. No meaning of an update if its only about a security patch.

  10. kapvts
    Cupcake Oct 22, 2020

  11. S1537368925336
    Eclair Oct 23, 2020

  12. Bhavin. patel
    Eclair Oct 23, 2020

  13. sreevnit
    Froyo Oct 23, 2020

  14. bjrg
    Honeycomb Oct 23, 2020

    bjrg , Oct 23, 2020 :
    Did anyone get a Google Play System update that removes Google Play Music from the GMS suite?

  15. dashxdot
    Gingerbread Oct 23, 2020

    dashxdot , via OnePlus 6T , Oct 23, 2020 :
    Yes, updated to October. Play music intact, got breathes left in it, can resist a few more days until youtube music takes over the throne.

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  16. D.Sai Suhail Baba
    Jelly Bean Oct 23, 2020

    D.Sai Suhail Baba , Oct 23, 2020 :
    Currently it's in testing version.

  17. Caomhin
    OnePlus 9 Series Expert Community Expert Oct 23, 2020

    Caomhin , via OnePlus 6T , Oct 23, 2020 :
    Still have it installed, but I have it disabled with a long time.


  18. dashxdot
    Gingerbread Oct 23, 2020

  19. iamrj
    Honeycomb Oct 23, 2020

    iamrj , via OnePlus 6 , Oct 23, 2020 :
    They won't because according to them our device is two years so they stopped giving futher updates because new oneplus models had launched till oxygen os 5.0.3 everything was working better all of sudden after android 9 etc they are just giving security patch hence, there are least bother if we customers write on threads, oneplus really plays dirty tactics with their old models. Don't expect such things from developers they will just read and then ignore it. #RIPOP6SERIES

  20. hitesh.shah
    Cupcake Oct 23, 2020

    hitesh.shah , Oct 23, 2020 :
    Post updated 10.3.6 in my One Plus 6T, Bluetooth not turned on. Please suggest solution.