Oneplus has announced they will be upgrading their Oneplus three and Oneplus three T devices to Android Nougat operating system. This company had promised in November of two thousand sixteen, that they would upgrade these devices by end of two thousand sixteen. As promised they began pushing out Android Nougat seven via Oxygen four.
Oxygen is a Chinese customized version of Android operating system. Oneplus decided to only upgrade to Android Nougat 7.0 instead of a most current version of 7.1.1. Also, not all users will get upgraded today.
Over coming days this upgrade will eventually get fully deployed. Here are some of the major changes with Oxygen four for Oneplus three and Oneplus three T:
* Android 7.0 Nougat Upgrade
* Notifications Design
* Settings Menu Design
* Multi Window View
* Notification Direct Reply
* Custom Dots Per Inch Support
* Status Bar Icon Options
* Improved Shelf Customization
This is an incremental upgrade roll out. Oneplus Chief Executive Officer, Carl Pei, announced this upgrade via Twitter.
"Android N stable OTA for the OP3 and the OP3T. Gradual rollout will begin later tonight."
Going forward, both Oneplus three and 3T will receive same updates and become synchronized. If your too impatient to wait for this major Oneplus update, you can try to use a Virtual Private Network connection to trick this device so that you receive an upgrade sooner. Choosing Canada, Germany, or Spain has been used by Oneplus users before.
The size of this alleged Android Nougat 7 upgrade is around nine hundred nineteen megabytes in size. You may want to connect to a Wifi device prior to installing this upgrade to possibly save on your metered usage. Finally, hopefully this upgrade to Android Nougat seven does not cause major problems like those seen with Google's Nexus 5P and 6P.
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