Great news for the owners of the OnePlus 3! The flagship is now receiving Android 7 Nougat-based OxygenOS 4.0.1 and the OTA update will be incremental according to OxygenOS staff member Tony L. Last weekend, only a few OnePlus 3 owners have received update notifications, and the rest of users should get OxygenOS 4.0.1 in the next days.
When it comes to changes, users will notice a new Settings menu design, new notifications design and new icon options in the status bar. Also, two apps will run simultaneously side by side thanks to the new Multi-window mode, and users will reply directly to notifications, without needing to unlock their device. Tony L. has mentioned the custom DPI support, updated APN settings, improved shelf customization, and increased system stability.
In addition, OxygenOS 4.0.1 fixed a bug that was causing proximity sensor errors during calls and a bug that caused apps to not download properly from the Play Store. Users who will still have problems with apps that don’t download from the Play Store, are advised to check Google’s troubleshooting steps or to switch on the Battery Saving Mode. If these solutions don’t work, then it’s worth trying out to reset the Play Store app preferences. Tony has explained that there will still be problems when connected to Data Roaming access and they should be solved by Google.
The OxygenOS developer is asking users to provide feedback and send him private messages about other problems related to fluctuating WiFi connection and mobile data issues. And the only way to get rid of APN-related mobile data issues is to alter the APN settings.
OxygenOS 4.0.1 has only 36MB in size, which means that it’s not necessary to connect to a wireless network, in order to download it. Users can manually check for it by going to their device’s Settings > About phone > Software updates.
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