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OxygenOS 9.0.3(Hot Fix)OTA for OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T

  1. H1548240846556
    Eclair Jan 23, 2019

    H1548240846556 , Jan 23, 2019 :
    you want to say i m charge my phone 4 to 5 times 0 to 100?? Right??
     

  2. Amitlinkin
    Cupcake Jan 23, 2019


  3. Aziz_Amin_Oneplus
    Jelly Bean Jan 23, 2019

    Aziz_Amin_Oneplus , Jan 23, 2019 :


    Q1545504703112

    Hey, do you know if 9.0.3 fixes the lag and stutter issue?​


    it still exist but with little better, read my post;



    Aziz_Amin_Oneplus

    It looks fine small ones still exist, overall the update looks fine.​
     

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  4. A1514295873927
    Cupcake Jan 23, 2019


  5. Aziz_Amin_Oneplus
    Jelly Bean Jan 23, 2019

    Aziz_Amin_Oneplus , Jan 23, 2019 :
    No charge your phone with regular charge with 4 to 5 cycles like between 10 to 75% and once you charge 0 to 100%.
     

  6. H1548240846556
    Eclair Jan 23, 2019

    H1548240846556 , Jan 23, 2019 :
    ohk i will check can you give me your no. for help?
     

  7. JMS74
    Eclair Jan 23, 2019

    JMS74 , Jan 23, 2019 :
    Although that makes sense it still doesn't make sense.
    the device that receives the update knows what version of the OS it is running and because on IP communication is both ways it can say to the server that has the update what is really needed and doesn't need to receive the all OS.
    I understand that manual updating is a little trickier to do this and although possible I kinda see why the full OS os used.. but for OTA incremental updates receiving the all OS Everytime it updates? that's dum! it's dum for the client, for the server and for the efficiency of Internet in general.

    OnePlus do what the majority of OEMs do.. incremental updates. Be smart and efficient!
     

  8. Neeket Panchal
    Cupcake Jan 23, 2019


  9. Aziz_Amin_Oneplus
    Jelly Bean Jan 23, 2019

    Aziz_Amin_Oneplus , Jan 23, 2019 :
    No if you need any help let me know in PM, I will answer you there.
     

  10. H1548240846556
    Eclair Jan 23, 2019

    H1548240846556 , Jan 23, 2019 :
    ohk but my problem is battery help if you can
     

  11. L1529512246595
    Cupcake Jan 23, 2019


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  12. Tommyd78
    Eclair Jan 23, 2019

    Tommyd78 , Jan 23, 2019 :
    Steve are you in the USA ?
     

  13. StevenPicton
    Donut Jan 23, 2019


  14. R1519031167490
    Cupcake Jan 23, 2019

    R1519031167490 , Jan 23, 2019 :
    no one will reply this.. I made the same question in same thread.. still I didn't get proper response
     

  15. vishalbasetti
    Donut Jan 23, 2019


  16. Aziz_Amin_Oneplus
    Jelly Bean Jan 23, 2019

    Aziz_Amin_Oneplus , Jan 23, 2019 :
    Because now OnePlus have made a custom ROM for every update either a big update or a small hotfix from now on the update will not be in 198 or 200MB size only 1748 or 1750 MB size. This might be something related to Pie update.
     

  17. rinku2bapi
    Gingerbread Jan 23, 2019


  18. Tommyd78
    Eclair Jan 23, 2019

    Tommyd78 , Jan 23, 2019 :
    So did you do a VPN update before or did you wait for the official release? I'm just waiting for the official with all the problems being reported makes me want to wait awhile even after I get the OTA notice , my phone is fine on Oreo.
     

  19. vishalbasetti
    Donut Jan 23, 2019


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  20. Alex_Mali
    Froyo Jan 23, 2019

    Alex_Mali , Jan 23, 2019 :
    I understand what you're saying and I do agree that it is not efficient, data consumption wise.
    I guess it depends on how OP seeds the update: do they update each software version (lets say the latest version is 9.0.10 and they compile an update for every previous ones, 9.0.1, 9.0.2, 9.0.3, ....9.0.9) or every time they rebuild the whole OS.
    I would think that for the programmer team rebuilding the whole OS would be more efficient.
    Best regards. Alex.