OnePlus 8T Starts Receiving OxygenOS Hot-Fix Update In India

OnePlus 8T Starts Receiving OxygenOS Hot-Fix Update In India

OnePlus 8T is receiving its OxygenOS update in India, an urgent update that fixes the issues caused by the previous update. The Oxygen OS hot-fix over-the-air (OTA) update optimizes call stability, improves system power consumption performance to reduce heating, and fixes other issues. On Friday, along with the India launch announcement, OnePlus said that the update will soon be available for devices in Europe and North America as well. OnePlus 8T had received an OxygenOS update with almost the same changelog just ten days ago.

OxygenOS is rolling out in a small percentage of OnePlus 8T users in India from now on, and it will have a wider deployment in a few days. The hotfix update arrives in India with version, as Announced on the OnePlus community forum. The update for the smartphone will be available in Europe as version and as version in North America.

As mentioned above, this is an urgent update and the changelog is more or less the same as for the OxygenOS update for smart phone. According to the changelog, the system updates for the OnePlus 8T include improved prevention of touch errors, which will lead to a better gaming experience. The user experience will also be optimized with the Alert Slider by adding toast messages while switching between the three modes. The issue of the status bar floating on the screen while in landscape mode has been fixed, along with the issue of the NFC not turning on under certain conditions.

OxygenOS brings updates for the OnePlus 8T camera, including optimization of the image effect to provide a better shooting experience and better camera stability. The mobile network connection has been optimized for OnePlus 8T and the problem of network interruption that occurs in some conditions while playing games has been fixed.

The urgent OxygenOS update might take a few days to reach your OnePlus 8T device. If you haven’t received a notification by now, you can check for the update manually by going to Settings> System> System updates.


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