OnePlus 5T gets stable Android 8.0 Oreo


OnePlus 5T gets stable Android 8.0 Oreo

The latest Open Beta updates are now available for download.

More importantly, OnePlus has removed the Clipboard function from these beta updates which got the company some bad press recently.

The new updates also come with another interesting addition: the CPU patch CVE-2017-13218, which Google had confirmed to be part of the January 2018 Android security patch.

OxygenOS 5.0.2 for the OnePlus 5T updates some of OnePlus's in-house applications and contains a couple of system-level changes, including a new design for the Quick Settings menu.

OnePlus has finally started rolling out the official and stable Android 8.0 Oreo-based OxygenOS 5.0.2 update to the OnePlus 5T.

The OnePlus 5T, for all practical purposes, is little more than a OnePlus 5 with fewer bezels and a few new features here and there. The Chinese company clearly stated that it's an incremental rollout, meaning only a small batch of users will receive the update first. The Camera app also gets enhanced EIS for video recording. It will initially reach the select few users, followed by a broader release over the next few days.

New Navigation gestures that you can enable by going into settings and disabling the nav bar.

The OxygenOS 5.0 also brings a new Places tab in the gallery app to view your photos on the map, history in the calculator app and alarm calendar feature in the clock app. Additionally, it includes a pick-up gesture switcher for answering calls. The beta update brought new navigation features similar to the. In its forum, OnePlus adds that the Clipboard function has been removed based on the user feedback received. It's a smallish update, but it is still recommended that you update via a WiFi connection.



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