After several bugs were found in its previous Nougat-based Oxygen OS update, OnePlus has started rolling out the new Oxygen OS 4.0.3 update for its flagship OnePlus 3T and OnePlus 3 smartphones.
Following the global roll-out of the previous Oxygen update, users had been complaining about Wi-Fi disconnection, which OnePlus points out were arising out of improper Wi-Fi settings, and also an unstable interface.
The company has added a Wi-Fi IPV6 toggle and have updated the Wi-Fi Switcher — which, when enabled, will switch between Wi-Fi and cellular data connection automatically whenever the Wi-Fi signal is poor.
According to the company, this update will fix the Wi-Fi issues arising out of the last Oxygen OS update as well as optimise few other features.
“We are starting the incremental roll-out of OxygenOS 4.0.3 for OnePlus 3. We appreciate your active feedback and attempts to reach out to us. With your help, we have been able to better optimise and improve several key areas,” the company stated.
Camera and Audio Fixes
Several users had also faced issues while accessing certain features of the camera wherein the app would crash. The new update not only fixes the reported Wi-Fi issues but also has optimised the camera and audio functions.
Users can expect the camera app to work without any bugs and also enjoy better night time photography as the company claims optimised exposure.
The update has also optimised the device’s audio parameters and OnePlus 3T and OnePlus 3 users can expect better audio recording.
The Amazon Prime app has also been included as a pre-installed app into the update, specifically for Indian users.
Amazon is also an exclusive seller of OnePlus 3T devices in the country and also launched its Prime video and delivery service for Rs. 499 per year (introductory pricing).
Since it’s an incremental roll out, not all users will receive the update today — expect to get it in the next few days if you already haven’t.
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