Update, June 12, 2020 (02:30 PM ET): Oxygen OS Beta 5 is launching for the OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro, and it’s bringing lots of new stuff with it. It’s adding a couple of new features and plenty of smaller fixes that owners of the phone should appreciate.
The update was originally rumored to have the return of one-handed mode, but now that it has been officially announced by OnePlus, it appears as though that feature is left off.
Oxygen OS Beta 5 also adds tweaks to the default dialer’s interface, which will now show frequently called contacts. There’s also support for the Bluetooth hearing aid app connection. The last big change is a new dark mode toggle, which is a feature many users have been on the lookout for.
Here’s the complete changelog:
Added a shortcut to switch to Dark Mode in the notification bar (scroll down to enable)
Fixed the sharp edges of application cards in the recent apps screen
Fixed the screen flashing issue after locking the device
Updated OnePlus Brand Logo for a refreshed look
Updated Android Security Patch to 2020.06
It has adapted to Bluetooth hearing aid app connection under the Android 10 Audio Streaming for Hearing Aid (ASHA) Agreement.
Refined the step counter’s accuracy for recording the movement
The frequently dialed contacts will now be available in the dialing interface
Welcome to the OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro update hub. Here, you’ll find everything you need to know about the latest Android updates for the two devices, including their current versions and when future updates are likely to arrive.
Both the 7T and 7T Pro run Oxygen OS, OnePlus’ proprietary Android skin. Oxygen OS is known for fast updates that come for a very long time, so be sure to bookmark this page and visit often.
Note the OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro sometimes receive updates at the same time. Also, note that the T-Mobile variant of the OnePlus 7T might receive software updates at a later date.
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Current stable version: Android 10
When will the OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro get Android 11? September 2020 (estimated)
The OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro launched on September 26, 2019, and October 10, 2019, respectively. Both launched with the latest version of Android out-of-the-box (Android 10). It’s expected both devices will receive at least two major Android updates in the future — Android 11 in 2020 and Android 12 in 2021. It’s possible that it will also receive an update to Android 13 in 2022, as the OnePlus 3T received four flavors of Android during its update lifespan (Marshmallow, Nougat, Oreo, and Pie).
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OnePlus rolled out Oxygen OS 10.0.5 for the OnePlus 7T on November 7, 2019. The update brought the Android security patch up to October 2019 and fixed an issue with the double-tap gesture when activating the screen. This is in addition to a bunch of general bug fixes and stability improvements.
On November 15, 2019, OnePlus began rolling out Oxygen OS 10.0.6 for the OnePlus 7T. The update brought optimizations to standby power consumption and the expanded screenshot feature. It also improved Bluetooth connectivity in cars.
OnePlus announced the Oxygen OS 10.0.6 update on its official community forums and you can view the full (but short) changelog here.
Meanwhile, the OnePlus 7T Pro received the Oxygen OS 10.0.4 update. GSMArena spotted the 166MB update, which brought the security patch of the phone up to October 2019. It also optimized standby power, Bluetooth, and expanded screenshots just like the OnePlus 7T update. OnePlus also fixed the black bar issue while charging or playing a video.
In addition, both phones got general bug fixes and stability improvements.
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In December, OnePlus rolled out Oxygen OS 10.0.7 for the OnePlus 7T and Oxygen OS 10.0.05 for the OnePlus 7T Pro. The new updates improved the launch speed of some apps, optimized RAM management, fixed black and white screen issues, and updated the Android security patch to November, 2019.
More recently, February 2020 brought Oxygen OS 10.0.7 (EU and global) and 10.3.1 (India) for OnePlus 7T Pro. This brought the January 2020 security patch, bug fixes, and several other minor tweaks.
In March, the OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro got their first Open Beta update. The update brought the February 2020 security patch, better RAM management, and several fixes. But the biggest addition was that of Live Caption, following in the footsteps of the Google Pixel series and Galaxy S20 family.
The second Open Beta followed late in March, bringing the March 2020 security patch, Instant Translation feature, and improved Adaptive Brightness.
Shortly after that, the OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren 5G received the Oxygen OS 10.0.31 stable update. The update rolled out to the T-Mobile variant, and it included 5G enhancements, the March security patch, and other general bug fixes.
We also saw the Open Beta 3 for the OnePlus 7T series land on May 15, bringing dirty lens warnings for the camera, 4K recording via the ultra-wide shooter, and 960fps video. It also packed the April 2020 security patch. The Open Beta 4 update arrived on May 21, fixing a few issues and packing the May 2020 security update.
We recently saw OnePlus push out the Open Beta 4 update to the OnePlus 7T series on May 28. The Oxygen OS 10.3.3 update for India and Oxygen OS 10.0.11 update for global devices was spotted by XDA-Developers and brings a few notable features. Check out the changelog below. Some of the more prominent additions here include 960fps recording, the Epic Games store in the Game Space on Indian devices, and Dolby Atmos support for the Bullets Wireless Z.
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