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OP2 [Q&A] The Ultimate OnePlus 2 Guide - Solutions e.t.c.

  1. Alvie
    The Lab - OnePlus 5T Reviewer Sep 5, 2015

    Alvie , Sep 5, 2015 :
    The Ultimate OnePlus 2 Guide
    [UPDATED 31/05/2016]

    MUCH OF THIS THREAD IS NO LONGER UP TO DATE, PLEASE FIND THE NEW THREAD HERE: https://forums.oneplus.com/threads/ultimate-oneplus-smartphone-guide-q-a-root-solutions-etc.1105977/ where discussions about any questions / issues you may have regarding the OnePlus 2 can take place.

    Official helpers: @pgidia @anirbanbhakta

    Thread owner: @Alvie

    If you have any issues, first make sure you check if there is already a solution. You can do this by checking this thread, searching the forums and other parts of the internet (e.g. YouTube/Google). If even then you still have issue(s), post on this thread (or create a new thread).

    Things to try first:




      • Turn phone off and back on
      • Clear cache in recovery
      • Close apps and open them again
    Post Template (example):
    Issue: (Battery drain)
    Hardware/software: (Software)
    Timeframe: (Since two weeks ago/after installing update)

    Screenshots: (Battery page in settings / Screen on time)


    Software/Hardware related:
    Audio problems?
    • Firstly, try disabling Maxx Audio Tuner.
    • If that doesn't work reboot your phone.
    • If it then still doesn't work, wipe cache and dalvik (you won't lose any data)
    • If all else fails, factory data reset and if even then it doesn't contact OnePlus support.

    Dual SIM configuration not working?
    Credit: @Odelric
    In Dual SIM configuration, both carriers MUST support 2G networks. If one carrier is 3G/4G only then both SIMs will only fully work if the 3G/4G only sim is set to preferred cellular data.

    Fingerprint sensor not working?
    VIDEO GUIDE


    Home button not always responsive?:
    • This is due to a grounding issue on the OP2.
    • It has also been suggested by @SimonFullerImagery that turning off gestures may help.
    • It maybe helpful to use a case to see if the problem still occurs.
    • Try using one hand and see if it is better.
    • Try not touching the metal frame while using it to check if it better.
    • (I know these aren't the best solutions but they can be helpful)

    Overheating?:
    • First of all, think about whether your phone is too hot to touch or if it is just warm. HEAT IS SUBJECTIVE!
    • If it is too hot to touch, make sure you have the latest update (2.2.1) and then confirm if it is too hot or not.
    • Sometimes, for the first few days of using a new phone, it can be warmer than usual, so wait.
    • When charging, it is also usual for the phone to be warmer.

    How long does the battery last?:
    • People have been reporting 4 to 6 hours of Screen On Time, but some people suggest that they have up to 9 hours.
    • On the first few days the battery may not last as long but will get better (after a few days)
    • If you have a problem with incorrect reported battery percentages, try turning your devices off an on again.
    • Also, try fully discharging then fully charging your OnePlus 2.

    How long does it take to charge from 0% to 100%?:
    • Using a 5V 2A power adaptor (AC) the charge time should be around 2 hours 11 minutes.

    What are the specifications of the OnePlus 2?:
    Display: 1080P 5.5' incell protected with Gorrila Glass 4
    Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 v2.1 @1.8GHz
    CPU: Quad-core 1.56 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 1.82 GHz Cortex-A57
    GPU: Adreno 430
    RAM: 3GB/4GB
    Camera: 13MP - 4K30 1080p60 720p120
    WLAN: 802.11b/g/n/ac
    USB: 2.0/Type C
    Battery: 3300mAh

    Full specs:
    https://forums.oneplus.net/threads/v1-5-the-oneplus-2-ultimate-spec-sheet.334824/

    Which bands/frequencies does the OP2 support? :
    Credit: @Mike

    Depends on region of OP2:

    EU/Asia

    GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900MHz
    WCDMA:Bands 1/2/5/8
    FDD-LTE: Bands 1/3/5/7/8/20
    TDD-LTE: Bands 38/40/41

    3 and 20 are used almost all over Europe, but not at all in North America. Band 8, although available in both versions, is used in Europe and India but is seeing increasing adoption worldwide.

    North America

    GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900MHz
    WCDMA: Bands 1/2/4/5/8
    FDD-LTE: Bands 1/2/4/5/7/8/12/17

    For NA, the removal of bands 3 & 20 allows us to add all the GSM bands you’ll need.

    China

    GSM: 850, 900, 1800, 1900MHz
    WCDMA: 1/2/5/8
    TD-SCDMA: 34/39
    TDD-LTE: 38/39/40/41
    FDD-LTE: 1/3/7

    GMail/Google Sync Issue?:
    • First check your sync settings
    • Try logging out (Settings>Accounts) and re-login
    • Try pulling down to sync and then see if the problem is then fixed.
    • If all else fails, Factory Data Reset

    How do I enable OTG?
    Go to Settings, Storage, Scroll down to Enable OTG. Check it.

    Does rooting / unlocking bootloader void warranty?
    The technical process of rooting or unlocking the bootloader does not void the warranty of the OnePlus One. However, we strongly suggest for you to only root or unlock the bootloader of the OnePlus One if you are confident that you understand the risks involved.

    By accessing resources regularly unavailable to software, the process may damage your hardware during or after the procedure, which is not covered under warranty. In warranty handling, we will need to verify that any faulty behavior is unrelated to rooting / unlocking first.

    The same rules apply to the OnePlus Two.​

    If I root, do I still get OTAs?
    You may receive notifications for OTAs if you have rooted but will not be able to install them without returning to stock.

    Is there a pre-applied screen protector?
    A standard screen protector is pre-applied (professionally fitted) at the factory as gift and to minimise damage. It is not a premium or tempered glass.

    https://forums.oneplus.net/threads/...lled-on-the-oneplus-one-and-oneplus-2.320434/

    Facebook isn't working. What do I do?
    FIXED WITH LATEST OXYGEN OS UPDATE (2.1.1)
    • Use the Facebook website
    • Download Facebook lite
    • or download an older version <46
    This issue will likely be fixed in an Oxygen OS update soon, so you should be able to use the full app later on.

    How do I get rid off Google search bar?
    • Long press home screen
    • Click "Settings"
    • Under "Other", turn "Hide Search Bar" on?

    Wi-Fi problems with OxygenOS 3.0?
    You'll need root access for this and an explorer such as ES explorer.

    First download this file: WCNSS.zip
    Unzip it
    Paste it into system/etc/wifi
    Hold onto it and change the properties to: rwx r-x r-x
     
    Last edited: Oct 12, 2019

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  2. Alvie
    The Lab - OnePlus 5T Reviewer Sep 5, 2015

    Alvie , Sep 5, 2015 :
    Credit: @Funk Wizard
    How to unlock bootloader?:
    Credit: @Funk Wizard
    • Download OnePlus 2, ADB, and Fastboot drivers:
      • OnePlus 2 drivers: (Credit: @waicool20 @XQ55)
      • ADB and Fastboot (credit: XDA Snoop05)
        • [*]Filename: adb-setup-1.3.exe[*]
          1. Download the adb-setup-1.3.exe file from the download link above.

          2. Double-click/Run the adb-setup-1.3.exe file.

          3. You will see a command prompt window with blue background. Say YES to all the prompts on this screen.
          └ To say YES, just type Y and hit enter.

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          Once ADB, Fastboot and Drivers are installed, the setup window will automatically close and you’ll have a working ADB and Fastboot setup throughout your system.
    • Backup important files stored on your OnePlus 2 before proceeding with the steps below, as unlocking the OnePlus 2 Bootloader will completely wipe/delete all files on the device.

      After the installation of drivers (OnePlus 2, Fastboot & ADB drivers) follow the below to proceed with Unlocking the Bootloader of your Oneplus Two

      1. Enable USB Debugging:

      § Go to Settings > About phone, and then tap ‘Build number’ 7 times or until you get the message ‘You’re now a developer!’.

      § Go back to Settings, choose ‘Developer options’. Find the ‘USB debugging’ option and use this toggle button to enable it. Accept warning by tapping on OK button.

      Also in the ‘Developer options’. Find the ‘OEM Unlocking’ option and use its toggle button to enable it. It asks for your PIN/Screen unlock code, type it. Then accept the warning by tapping on OK button. (Oxygen 2.0.1 onwards)


      2. Connect your OnePlus 2 to PC now. You will get a pop-up as shown below on your phone when you connect for the first time after enabling USB debugging. Select ‘Always allow from this computer’ checkbox and then tap on OK button. (You may or may not get this prompt)

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      Boot your OnePlus Two into Bootloader/Fastboot mode. (Make sure you have backed up all important data as you’ll lose everything on phone in the steps below.)

      Connect your OnePlus Two — in Bootloader mode — to PC. Let the driver install.

      Open a command window on your PC. For this:

      Open any folder on PC. Now, left click on empty white space inside the folder.

      Hold shift key, right click on empty white space to get a pop-up as shown below.

      Choose Open command window here option from that.

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      You will see a command window open up, with location directed to unlock folder.

      Power off your phone then boot into fastboot mode (power + volume up).
      Connect your phone to your PC via usb cable.


      Confirm whether fastboot is working. With OnePlus 2 connected to PC, run the following command in command window.


      Code:

      fastboot devices


      It should return your device serial number, if not you need to make sure your drivers are installed correctly.


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      Once you've confirmed your fastboot connection to unlock the bootloader use:

      Code:

      fastboot oem unlock



      The device will now go through the automated unlocking process, just let it do its thing and it'll boot up into Android.

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      You’ll see a new screen on your device. ChooseYes using Volume button specified and then use Power button to confirm it.

      That’s it. The device will reboot automatically.

      To confirm unlock status, reboot into bootloader/fastboot mode and you shall see the text unlocked now.

      Code:

      fastboot oem device-info



      It should have a couple of lines there, both with the flag set to true.

    How to install custom recovery:
    Downloads

    Official TWRP 2.8.7.0

    SuperSU

    PS: Don’t try this on OnePlus One any other device whatsoever!

    > Enable USB debugging from developer options once again.

    > Download the TWRP recovery file and SuperSU root package file from above.

    > Transfer the root package file (SuperSU) to OnePlus 2.

    > On PC, rename the TWRP file to this name: recovery.img

    > Boot your OnePlus 2 into bootloader mode.

    > Connect your OnePlus 2 — in bootloader mode — to PC. Let the driver install.

    Open a command window on your PC in the folder where you have the recovery.img file.

    You will see a command window open up, with location directed to folder where you have the recovery.img file.


    Let’s confirm whether fastboot is working. With OnePlus 2 connected to PC, run the following command in command window. You should get a serial no. with fastboot written after it. If not, you need to reinstall the fastboot drivers from above.

    fastboot devices

    > Flash TWRP recovery on your OnePlus 2 by running the following command.

    fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

    > Boot TWRP recovery on your OnePlus 2 now by entering the following:

    fastboot boot recovery.img

    Or you can manually by unplugging the usb cable and then pressin POWER + VOL down until the device boots. When the Oneplus logo shows up, relese the POWER and keep holding down VOL DOWN until TWRP boots.

    Don't boot the OS on the phone as it will overwrite the recovery
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    How do I root my OP2?
    • To root your OnePlus 2, first follow the instructions above (How to install custom recovery)
    • Enter TWRP recovery.
    • select your SuperSU > Swipe to confirm the flash

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      Once Done > Wipe Dalvik & Cache > Reboot System To Restart


      To Confirm the root status using a root checker app from playstore

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    How To Make A Nandroid Backup With TWRP Recovery:
    A nandroid backup is a very important thing to have before installing any custom software on your device. It's basically a backup of your stock system that you can fall back on if anything goes wrong or if you just want your stock ROM back. You can also use the backup tool to create a backup of your favourite ROM set up exactly the way you like it. The backup you create can be easily restored using the restore tool in TWRP recovery.

    All you need to do is enter TWRP recovery, select the backup option from the TWRP home screen, check the system/data/boot boxes, and swipe to backup. The process will take a few minutes.

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    How to make EFS backup (or other Partitions):
    Step 1 :- Download Partitions Backup And Restore App from here :-https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ma.wanam.partitions


    Step 2 :- Open the app and grant it root access.


    Step 3 :- Click On the Settings icon above and select preference to .img


    Step 4 :- Select the partitions marked in yellow and backup them by clicking on the download like button at the bottom right.


    Step 5 :- Go to the storage and search for the Partitions Backup folder.There you will three .img files (modem,modemst1,modemst2) . Save them to your cloud and as many places as you want as they are very important files.

    This way you can backup all other partitions too .. (I recommend backing up all those that are not found in a factory image (See OPO factory image for that)
     
    Last edited: Apr 11, 2016

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  3. Alvie
    The Lab - OnePlus 5T Reviewer Sep 5, 2015

    Alvie , Sep 5, 2015 :
    Credit: @Funk Wizard
    How to flash custom recovery:
    METHOD 1

    1. Put the recovery you downloaded in the 'How to install custom recovery:' in your device ....

    2. Download Flashify app from here :-https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cgollner.flashify

    3. Open it and Grant Root Access

    4. Click on "Recovery image"

    5. Click "Choose a File"

    6. Select the recovery image.

    7. Click Yup!

    8. Reboot

    Done !!!


    METHOD 2

    1. Put the recovery image you downloaded in 'How to install custom recovery:' into any folder on PC.

    2. Rename the recovery image to op2-twrp.img (Make sure you don't rename it as op2-twrp.img.img)

    3. After completing above step,on your OnePlus Two,go into Settings -> About and find the Build Number and tap on it 7 times to enable developer settings.

    4. Press back and go into Developer Options and enable USB debugging.

    5. From your computer, in the folder you placed the recovery, open a command prompt (Shift+Right Click anywhere in the folder -> Open command window here) .

    6. Type:
    Code:
    adb reboot bootloader
    Press Enter

    7. The phone would now be in the fastboot mode.

    8. In the command prompt,now type :
    Code:
    fastboot flash recovery op2-twrp.img
    Press Enter

    9. In the command prompt,now type :
    Code:
    fastboot reboot
    Press Enter

    DONE!!!!

    How to install a custom ROM with TWRP recovery:
    Installing a ROM is a pretty straight forward and easy process. Before you install anything you should make a nandroid backup (instructions above).

    -Perform a full wipe.


    -Select the wipe option from the TWRP home screen.

    -Select advanced wipe.

    -Check the Dalvik, System, Data, Cache Options.

    -Swipe to Wipe.


    -Install the ROM.


    -Select the install option from the TWRP home screen.

    -Navigate to where you have the ROM zip stored on your sd card and select it.

    -Swipe to install.


    -You will also need to install the appropriate gapps package directly after installing the ROM.

    -Once you've installed all necessary zips you'll have an option to wipe cache/dalvik and an option to reboot system. Wipe the cache/dalvik, hit the back button, and hit the reboot system button.

    How to install a custom kernel with TWRP recovery:

    A custom kernel can open up a new level of control over your device, such as overclocking/underclocking, undervolting, changing governors, changing I/O schedulers, adjusting colour calibrations, adjusting sound calibrations, and many other options.

    -Download a kernel that is compatible with your current ROM.

    -Enter TWRP recovery.

    -Select the install option from the TWRP home screen.

    -Navigate to the kernel and select it.

    -Swipe to install.

    -You'll have an option to wipe cache/dalvik and an option to reboot system. Wipe the cache/dalvik, hit the back button, and hit the reboot system button.


    Once your phone has booted up you can use a kernel tuning app to change governors, I/O scheduler, clock speed, and other options. Some of the popular kernel apps are Trickster Mod, No Frills, Kernel Tuner, Kernel Auditor, and many more.

    How to unbrick my OP2:

    Credit- @qwsdert4 on the XDA Forums, @Lord Boeffla , @Naman Bhalla.
    Step 1 :- DOWNLOADS :-
    1.) Drivers :- https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24052804347799753
    2.) Recovery Tool :- https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24052804347799752
    3.) OxygenOS 2.0.0 :- https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24052804347800837
    4.) OxygenOS 2.0.1 :- https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24052804347800839

    Step 2 :- Extract both these files on Desktop.
    Step 3 :- If you are using Windows other than Windows XP,turn of Driver Signature Enforcement.To do so,either use the DSEO tool :- http://www.ngohq.com/?page=dseo or follow this guide :- http://www.howtogeek.com/167723/how...8.1-so-that-you-can-install-unsigned-drivers/ (Windows 10 Users :- Download thishttp://www.yuplaygod.com/files/YUPHORIA/YUPHORIA_drivers-v1.0.zip and extract it on the desktop.Open "72" folder inside it and "Run As Administrator" Seup.exe .After installation is done,in the prompt to restart,select Yes to restart the PC. PC will boot into test mode.)
    Step 4 :- Press the power button for 20 seconds to turn off the phone.
    Step 5 :- Connect OPT to PC.Hold volume+ and power until your PC finds a new hardware (if it doesn't work, try hold volume+ and volume- together).
    Step 6 :- Go to device manager in your PC, find the new "QUALCOMM-HS USB Diagnostics 9006" device or something like this. Update its driver in property page using the Qualcomm driver provided (for 32bit windows, select x86 folder; for 64bit windows, select x64 folder).
    Step 7 :- After installing the drivers,"Run As Administrator" the MSM8994DownloadTool.exe in the recover tools folder.
    Step 8 :- Click start at top left corner and wait for it to finish (green text will come)
    Step 9 :- Disconnect phone from PC and boot into system.
    Step 10 :- Boot into recovery and wipe Data and Cache.
    Step 11 :- Flash OxygenOS 2.0.0
    Step 12 :- Flash OxygenOS 2.0.1
    Step 13 :- Reboot into System.
    Now you can again do anything you wish to (unlock bootloader,etc).To unlock bootloader,go to developer options and tick "Enable OEM Unlock" first.
    This method does not wipe user data and guarantees a recovery entry.
    Step 1 :- Download these files :-
    (i) Drivers :- https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24052804347799753
    Alternative Link :- https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=6E672CB548A91DB0!102312&authkey=!AE3uu9vmnSmrrL8&ithint=file,rar
    (ii) Recovery Tool (The recovery image in this tool is Chinese.If you need English Recovery,please download this file , change the name to recovery.img and substitute the file in the recovery tool before flashing.Though sometimes,the Engish Recovery might not boot,in that case you can try with Chinese recovery.Atlast,what you need is a working device.) :- https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24052804347799750
    Alternative Link :-https://mega.nz/#!EsNQHKab!ifATzg4rxxBniPad0iyxANqlN8cZpUx2MVWaZgEhrD4
    Step 2 :- Extract both these files on Desktop.
    Step 3 :- If you are using Windows other than Windows XP,turn of Driver Signature Enforcement.To do so,either use the DSEO tool :- http://www.ngohq.com/?page=dseo or follow this guide :- http://www.howtogeek.com/167723/how...8.1-so-that-you-can-install-unsigned-drivers/
    Step 4 :- Press the power button for 20 seconds to turn off the phone.
    Step 5 :- Connect OPT to PC.Hold volume+ and power until your PC finds a new hardware (if it doesn't work, try hold volume+ and volume- together).
    Step 6 :- Go to device manager in your PC, find the new "QUALCOMM-HS USB Diagnostics 9006" device or something like this. Update its driver in property page using the Qualcomm driver provided (for 32bit windows, select x86 folder; for 64bit windows, select x64 folder).
    Step 7 :- After installing the drivers,"Run As Administrator" the MSM8994DownloadTool.exe in the recover tools folder.
    Step 8 :- Click start at top left corner and wait for it to finish.
    Now your OPT should be able to enter TWRP recovery. It still won't boot but you can manually flash anything again (like the full Oxygen OS package).
    This method wipes everything,including Internal Storage. It will restore your OP2 to OxygenOS 150805.
    Step 1 :- Download these files :-
    (i) Drivers :- https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24052804347799753
    (ii) Recovery Tool :-https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B14IjYN3PtxcSlJ5aGQxX3JERHM/view?usp=sharing
    Follow Step 2 to Step 8 as in METHOD 2.
     
    Last edited: Sep 10, 2015

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  4. Alvie
    The Lab - OnePlus 5T Reviewer Sep 7, 2015

    Alvie , Sep 7, 2015 :
    Detect OnePlus Two in Ubuntu in MTP mode:
    Credit: @nirmik379kale
    So if you have connected OnePlus 2 to Ubuntu, you will notice that you can only see "OnePlus Drivers" as mounted but you cannot access the internal memory using MTP, although ptp works!

    So here is what you need to do to make it possible

    1. Enable Developer options in Settings
    2. Enable ADB ( this needs to be enabled else, mtp doesnt work )
    3. Open a terminal window and follow this :
    - we will edit 2 files and add some lines in them. My preferred editor is vim. you may use nano / emacs etc.

    COMMAND :

    sudo vim /lib/udev/rules.d/69-mtp.rules

    ADD LINE :

    ATTR{idVendor}=="2a70", ATTR{idProduct}=="9011", SYMLINK+="libmtp-%k", ENV{ID_MTP_DEVICE}="1", ENV{ID_MEDIA_PLAYER}="1"

    save and exit

    COMMAND :

    sudo vim /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules

    ADD LINE :

    ATTR{idVendor}=="2a70", ATTR{idProduct}=="9011", MODE=”0666"

    save and exit

    COMMAND :sudo service udev restart

    Now disconnect and reconnect your phone, you will have "Android Device" as the mtp device.

    If you still cannot see, reboot and try to see if the device is now visible!

    https://forums.oneplus.net/threads/detect-oneplus2-in-ubuntu-in-mtp-mode.365343/

    How to RMA my OnePlus 2?
    Go to: https://oneplus.net//support to create a support ticket and explain what you need and why / to live chat and explain what you need and why / to phone them (number in bottom right of page) [PHONE NOT AVAILABLE IN SOME COUNTRIES]

    You will find RMA request here once sorted: https://oneplus.net/uk/awrma/customer_rma/list
     
    Last edited: Oct 2, 2015

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    Lollipop Sep 7, 2015

    noquarter , Sep 7, 2015 :
    Good job but unfortunately it will not prevent from redundant questions asked on the forums.

    Anyway thanks
     

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  12. Alvie
    The Lab - OnePlus 5T Reviewer Sep 7, 2015

    Alvie , Sep 7, 2015 :
    I don't actually even has the OnePlus 2 yet! Nor have I ever had any OnePlus product so I am far down their invite system (Tier 4)... Maybe, if this is a helpful thread I will get an invite sooner??? Anyway, I was tired of people repeatedly asking the same questions so I decided to make this!
     

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  14. Alvie
    The Lab - OnePlus 5T Reviewer Sep 7, 2015

    Alvie , Sep 7, 2015 :
    I'll try my best! Also, I am 'magpieing' ideas and solutions from the rest of the community and giving them credit if I use their work. Hopefully, they don't mind.
     

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    Eclair Sep 8, 2015

    StefVL , Sep 8, 2015 :
    Very helpfull Alvie! Hope you get your invite soon, you diserve it more than the most of us :) I am also stuck in tier 4, hope they will update their productivity state soon so I can get a better view of how long I will have to wait..
     

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  18. Alvie
    The Lab - OnePlus 5T Reviewer Sep 8, 2015

    Alvie , Sep 8, 2015 :
    Thanks for your kind words, I hope you get your invite too.

    Also, they slightly updated the post, so you maybe in Tier 2 without realising.:
    https://forums.oneplus.net/threads/sticky-oneplus-2-invites-in-september.359232/
     

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  19. frinvs
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 8, 2015

    frinvs , Sep 8, 2015 :
    Nice thanks good info.
     

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  20. frinvs
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 8, 2015

    frinvs , Sep 8, 2015 :
    Thanks for taking the time to do this. will help many..:)
     

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