Update [March 16, 2017]: Cementing their position as perhaps the best Android OEM when it comes to software updates, OnePlus today started rolling out the stable Android 7.1.1 update for its OnePlus 3T (and 3), which was already available under beta as version Open Beta 3. We’re yet to see the likes of Samsung, LG and Motorola release 7.1.1 build yet, so kudos to OnePlus team for achieving this.
The OxygenOS 4.1.0 update gets you March security patch (latest right now), and also a new feature called expanded screenshots, that lets you grab lengthy screenshots, enough to cover even a whole page. You also get improvements in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, while if you take a lot of pictures of moving objects, you will be happy to learn that today’s update will lessen the blur on those images. And that is apart from the extra stability your video recording should have on OxygenOS 4.1.0, which rounds up the changelog.
Update [March 01, 2017]: The OnePlus 3T is now receiving the Android 7.1.1 Nougat update as we speak, as the OTA has already started seeding down. Labeled as OxygenOS Open Beta 3, the update also brings some new features to Gallery and Wallpaper settings, but not anything groundbreaking. Check out full changelog in the screenshots below. Though, the OnePlus 3T would now support Google Day Dream VR, so that’s a huge plus apart from the 7.1.1 build. Google Assistant? Well, when Google decides to give that to non-Pixel devices on Marshmallow and Nougat — which is has already announced — you should see it then. It’s not something OnePlus handles, or could handle.
Update [February 09, 2017]: The OnePlus team today released another more refined OTA update for the OnePlus 3T today, and it comes as software version OxygenOS 4.0.3. The update adds support — via toggle — for WiFi IPv6, improves internet connection by switching to mobile data if WiFi connection isn’t stable, fixes Line app crashes, makes camera app more stable while improving its stability in night time for better dark environment pics, updates and Audio parameters and audio recording, adds APN settings for few carriers, and lastly, adds the Amazon Prime app for Indian users.
The OxygenOS 4.0.3 build, based on Android 7.0 Nougat, is available as an OTA update already, so you should definitely check out for it now. The Full ROM zip and OTA zip for manual installation should be available soon — do let us know if that’s what you want.
Update [January 07, 2017]: OnePlus 3T has received a new update that fixes the Play Store download bug too, or rather provides manual fixes in the announcement. The update comes as OxygenOS 4.0.1, and is based on Android 7.0 (no 7.1.1 upgrade yet!), while also fixes bug with proximity sensor, and updates APN settings for selected carriers.
Update [January 03, 2017]: Earlier, the Nougat update was available as a leak, but now, the full ROM zip of the OnePlus 3T Nougat update as OxygenOS 4.0 is available for download. Just install this over any version you’re currently running, and you will be update to Android 7.0 without any issues or problems. Download the Nougat Full ROM zip (better than OTA) here, where we have also provided an installation guide to help you with manual update process.
Update [December 21, 2016]: AVAILABLE! Christmas came 4 days before for the OnePlus 3T users as the Nougat update, although not officially released, has become available for download as an OTA already. The OnePlus 3T Android 7.0 build comes as OxygenOS 4.0.0, BTW, with December security patch.
Update [December 14, 2016]: OxygenOS 3.5.4 update is now available for the OnePlus 3T, and it brings lots of performance improvements and optimizations to the device. Check out the full changelog of OxygenOS 3.5.4 here, where you will also get the download link.
Update [December 01, 2016]: OnePlus released the Nougat update as beta for the OnePlus 3 sets yesterday, which is a sure sign of OnePlus 3T receiving the Android 7.0 treatment — as beta — pretty soon now. And OnePlus definitely doesn’t looks off the pace with its targeted release date of December 2017 for the OnePlus 3T. That should come around Christmas, BTW.
OnePlus just issued the first update for the OnePlus 3T, and it comes as software version OxygenOS 3.5.3. The update adds emergency calling for Indian users — pressing power button three times will activate it — which is a nice addition.
The 3.5.3 OTA for OnePlus 3T also adds OnePlus’ community app, UI changes to clock app and calling screen, while updating device touch panel and improving GPS library and location accuracy.
What’s mote interesting though, is improvements to camera app, which would now detect motion, while also enhancing the overall capture quality of the device.
Of course, ever present on the software update roster, bug fixes and improved system stability are also part of the update.
Download: OnePlus 3T Stock Wallpapers
The OxygenOS 3.5.3 update is based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, while OnePlus has pledged to update the OnePlus 3T to Nougat in December, along with OnePlus 3 Nougat build, which will first receive the Android 7.0 community beta build by this month’s end before the stable Nougat build next month.
Here’s a full changelog of OnePlus 3T OxygenOS 3.5.3 update.
- Added emergency calling for India (triple press the power button to trigger)
- Added motion detection in camera and enhanced image capturing quality
- Added OnePlus community app
- Updated touch panel firmware and optimized touch precision
- Updated GPS library and optimized location accuracy
- Redesigned clock UI
- Redesigned calling UI
- Increased stability and implemented various bug fixes
The update is already available as an OTA. If you own OnePlus 3T, head to Settings > About device, and look under the system updates section, to check for update now.