The owners of these two phones should soon receive notifications about an OxygenOS 9 patch that brings stability to the system and general bug fixes. Screenshots of the firmware update The new version is OxygenOS 9.
The OnePlus 5 and the successor OnePlus 5T arrived in 2017, but are still being cherished by the Chinese brand. The owners of these two phones should soon receive notifications about an OxygenOS 9 patch that brings stability to the system and general bug fixes.
The new version is OxygenOS 9.0.11 and involves a download of 335 MB. It doesn’t bring anything spectacular, but it’s good news that OnePlus has n’t forgotten its older phones.
In October, during the launch event of OnePlus 7T Pro, a company executive confirmed that both 2017 devices will receive OxygenOS 10, based on Android 10.
The update schedule points to the second quarter of 2020 and there is usually a beta test period before that. When the company launches it, we’ll let you know at AndroidAndek.pt so they can participate and be one of the first to test the latest operating system on the three-year-old phone.
OnePlus returns to update OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T, the two smartphones of the Chinese company still waiting to receive the latest version of Android, confirmed by the manufacturer for the second half of the year.
The new stable release of OxygenOS – build 9.0.11 – has recently been distributed on both models, and as can be seen from the changelog, the news refers exclusively to the implementation of the most recent security patches, relating to the month of February 2020.
The software version is therefore still based on Android Pie 9.0.
- Android security patches updated in February 2020
- General bug fixes and improvements
The roll-out of the update will be completed over the next few days. The availability of the same will be limited only to devices in which there is a previous stable version of OxygenOS.