Judging by the fact that almost all high-end smartphone manufacturers have issued update after updates thus making their devices significantly better, the Chinese based tech giant is a bit lackluster when it comes to optimizing software for the OnePlus 3 lineup.
Having just received an update to the much-awaited Android 7.0 Nougat, both devices encountered some minor issues in terms of software functionality. OnePlus is looking into the problem and have released two consequent updates in order to address the issue caused with the update implementation.
A handful of open beta builds have been issued by OnePlus for their devices as users will only need to register on the beta program in order to be able to receive any updates on your OnePlus 3 and 3T devices. Bear in mind that a second Open Beta is available for download. The open beta will be automatically installed OTA if one already has the previous version installed.
By entering the Open Beta on your OnePlus 3 device, make sure that you will have your battery fully charge as well as access to a strong Wi-Fi connection. Also bear in mind that data might be lost over the update so make sure that you have all of your important files backed up.
The second beta update is based on Android 7.0 Nougat as stated by the Chinese tech giant and comes along with a wide array of improvements and tweaks in terms of performance optimization. The OnePlus now has UI tweaks for both devices as well as the ability to micro-manage apps.
There were no further complaints from users after the second update has been made available. This update also dealt a problem regarding the proximity sensor as well as making apps from Google Play unavailable for download. The update fixed these issues and also brought a lot more system stability to the device.
One can be assured that OnePlus 3 and 3T smartphones will be in line for receiving a lot more updates in the near future as the Chinese manufacturer is looking to make their flagship model bug-free and optimized for a lot of users to enjoy.
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