Latest OxygenOS Open Beta build brings a series of minor fixes to the OnePlus 3 and 3T

Following the release of versions 13 and 4 of OxgenOS for the OnePlus 3 and 3T, respectively, at the beginning of the month, the handset maker has now issued the next update.

Those who have purchased the OnePlus 3 or 3T and are part of the firm's OxygenOS Open Beta program can now download versions 14 or 5 (for the 3 and 3T, respectively). The changelog for both handsets is identical, and brings slight improvements, and a few bug fixes. The full list of changes is as follows:

  • Bluetooth improvements
    • Car bluetooth fixes
    • Battery usage optimizations
    • Fixed some auto connection issues
  • GPS optimizations
    • Improved accuracy, now less likely to drop GPS connection
  • Night Mode optimizations
    • Update default sunrise time (8AM -> 6AM)
    • Fixed issue of auto night mode not turning off
    • Fixed issue of auto night mode turning on, but doesn’t stay on
    • Fixed issue of night mode causing issues with sRGB
  • Launcher optimizations
    • Fixed issue of system reboot when setting wallpaper
    • Fixed issue where setting of wallpaper doesn't work
    • Prevent occasional Launcher crash
    • Removed extraneous wallpaper entry
  • Clock widget improvements
    • Fixed bug where clock widget shows smaller after exit of a full-screen app
  • Dark theme improvements
  • Translation improvements
  • Updated community app to 1.8
  • Other general bug fixes and optimizations

The update clocks in at 1.46 GB, and can be obtained for the OnePlus 3, as well as the OnePlus 3T at the appropriate portals.

Source: OnePlus 1,2 via Android Police

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