The Chinese company has been seeing a huge increase in sales percentages when the upgraded version of OnePlus 3 was released which happened just before the Christmas season started. The OnePlus 3T was equipped with even better pieces of hardware but what makes it stand out from the rest is that it can be acquired for the affordable price of $430.
Seeing the amount of success the OnePlus 3 line has been having, the Chinese manufacturer promised that the two devices will receive the final build of the latest Android Nougat operating system until 2016 ends but seeing as December is coming to an end and that hasn’t happened yet, OnePlus might not keep true to its words.
Even though the final version of Nougat hasn’t been rolled out yet, OnePlus 3 and 3T users have been enjoying a constant stream of small updates which are bringing them close to the full Nougat experience.
Yesterday, December 28th OnePlus just rolled out another beta build of Nougat that came under the form of OxygenOS beta 10. The update is being rolled over the air (OTA) to all OnePlus 3 and 3T owners who have already installed an Open Beta of OxygenOS on their handheld device.
The software update can also be manually downloaded from OnePlus’s official website, but installing it might get a bit complicated.
Before being able to flash the operating system image, users need to first root the device and copy the file on the device’s SD card and then just access the “System Update” option from the Settings panel from where they can choose the “Local upgrade” option which can be found in the top-right corner and then browse over to the file that’s been saved on the SD card.
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