OxygenOS 5.1.6(5.1.7 Hotfix) OTA for the OnePlus 5 & 5T

  1. tanujchakraborty
    Eclair Oct 26, 2018

  2. tanujchakraborty
    Eclair Oct 26, 2018

    tanujchakraborty , Oct 26, 2018 :
    Same here. No luck with the oxygen Updater too :(

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  3. E1519275791966
    Donut Oct 26, 2018

    E1519275791966 , Oct 26, 2018 :
    change the server within the vpn

  4. Gazipur
    Eclair Oct 26, 2018

  5. Azhar.01
    Froyo Oct 26, 2018

    Azhar.01 , Oct 26, 2018 :
    don't RUSH for it there is nothing new in this Update, it'll come to you eventually...

  6. Hiranr3
    Gingerbread Oct 26, 2018

    Hiranr3 , Oct 26, 2018 :
    try Secure VPN, available on play store, try the France or Neatherland server

    Froyo Oct 26, 2018

  8. spavan1979
    Gingerbread Oct 26, 2018

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  9. venioni
    Gingerbread Oct 26, 2018

  10. Nitish Naik
    Cupcake Oct 26, 2018

  11. GopalB.
    Nougat Oct 26, 2018

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  12. VenkUU
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 26, 2018

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  13. Rahul_Singh_Kshatri
    Honeycomb Oct 26, 2018

    Rahul_Singh_Kshatri , Oct 26, 2018 :
    yes bro this update is completely disappointed with no new features
    Rip @OnePlusTeam and @Manu J. who shows nothing new in a existed and happy manner without some shame in their head or idea of what users really required

  14. TForesto
    Gingerbread Oct 26, 2018

    TForesto , Oct 26, 2018 :
    I agree 100 percent, this is my last OnePlus!

  15. Nitish Naik
    Cupcake Oct 26, 2018

  16. Jacek Pecka
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 26, 2018

    Jacek Pecka , Oct 26, 2018 :
    Or maybe what is the point of creating that thread?

  17. VenkUU
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 26, 2018

    VenkUU , Oct 26, 2018 :
    Read The Above Comment

  18. Mithun8442
    Cupcake Oct 26, 2018

  19. Cervantes
    Moderator Moderator Oct 26, 2018

    Cervantes , Oct 26, 2018 :
    Please, read first post
    Thread merged

  20. BiswajitB
    Gingerbread Oct 26, 2018

    BiswajitB , Oct 26, 2018 :
    The real reason for this update is as follows:

    Documentation acquired by The Verge reveals a handful of new details regarding how Google plans to require OEMs to provide regular security updates. Apparently, the latest OEM agreement requires new devices to get security updates for a minimum of two years. Currently, there’s no requirement in place regarding security updates like this.

    On top of the two-year requirement, Google will also require that devices are updated at least four times within their first year of being available under this new agreement. While that’s a far cry from the ideal 12 times we’d want to see, it’s a huge improvement over what some OEMs manage currently.

    These new terms apparently cover any device that is activated by over 100,000 users and launched after January 31st, 2018. From July 31st, these patching requirements were applied to 75% of any OEMs “security mandatory models,” and starting on January 31st, 2019, all security mandatory devices will have to follow these rules. The Verge further explains:

    Manufacturers have to patch flaws identified by Google within a specific timeframe. By the end of each month, covered devices must be protected against all vulnerabilities identified more than 90 days ago. That means that, even without an annual update minimum, this rolling window mandates that devices are regularly patched. Additionally, devices must launch with this same level of bug fix coverage. If manufacturers fail to keep their devices updated, Google says it could withhold approval of future phones, which could prevent them from being released.

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