OnePlus 7 & 7 Pro receiving November security patch via OxygenOS 10.0.3 update
If you recall, both OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro received Android 10 based Open Beta update on the same date when the stable version of the next-gen Android was released. The phones were also enlisted under Android Q Developer Preview program.
Later on, the company rolled out stable Android 10 update in October. However, the initial release was riddled with bugs, so they had to pull back the build and replace with a revised software update a few days later.
Fast forward to these days, countless OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro users have reported bugs even with the latest OxygenOS 10.0.2 update. From compatibility issues with the OnePlus Bullets Wireless to the glitchy ringtone – the list is quite fascinating.
After I upgraded my OnePlus phone to Android 10.0.2 on my OP7 Pro I was excited to see the new features and update that this phone brings. however that excitement ended once I connect my op wireless bullet headphone to phone while talking to my friends. I am not sure what causes this problem, but this is most likely a system bug because before the update I had no problem hearing my friend. after the update, when I call my friend, the voices coming out from the headphone sounds very low after I turned it all the way up on my phone and it is still very low. in short, I can bearly hear my friend due to the back quality sound coming out of my op bullet. I have even tried to do a complete wipe on my phone to reset the settings to see if it fixed the problem. however nothing change.
Probably to address these issues, OnePlus is now rolling out a new OxygenOS update to the OnePlus 7 family. Carrying the software version 10.3.0, the build also brings November patch to the global OnePlus 7/7 Pro users.
The November security patch is already available via Open Beta channel. However, this new stable update apparently brings nothing new in terms of fixing the existing bugs. We can only hope that this ‘improved system stability’ can bring a better user experience for the end users.
Manu J. from OnePlus has officially announced the update their forum. The statement is not at all different from the changelog in the OTA prompt.
-Updated Android security patch to 2019.11
-Improved system stability and general bug fixes
The Chinese counterpart of OxygenOS, i.e.HydrogenOS or H2OS has already received a similar update. The software version is little bit different in that case (10.0.2), but the OTA did brought November security patch update and several bug fixes.
At the time of writing, the download links to this firmware update have not been captured. We will include them as soon as they are available. Stay tuned!
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