T-Mobile OnePlus 6T Android 10 update arrives as OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren gets speed-enhancement OTA
The long-awaited T-Mobile OnePlus 6T Android 10 update is finally rolling out. The unlocked 6T first received the OxygenOS 10-spiced update in early November 2019. However, this rollout was halted after plenty of bugs were discovered in the initial firmware.
It took OnePlus a month to fix the bugs and resumed rollout in December 2019. Although plenty of bugs still persist to date, the company should address them with time through software updates.
As usual, the T-Mobile OnePlus 6T Android 10 update had to take longer as the carrier worked to optimize the software to work with its services. But this wait is no more as the OS has started rolling out to the device.
Arriving as OxygenOS 10 version A6013_34_191228, the OTA package weighs in at about 1.7GB and bundles a pretty old December security patch, but that won’t matter anymore now that Android 10 is here, at least for the time being.
Also receiving a small update from T-Mobile is the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren Edition. The update is rolling out as OxygenOS 10.0.25.HD61CB and weighs in at 269.3MB.
Part of the changes it brings are enhancements to the devices 5G upload and download speeds, stability improvements, and general bug fixes. Unfortunately, the changelog doesn’t mention the exact bugs that have been addressed.
A while back, OnePlus started collecting modem logs detailing any connectivity issues experienced while using the handset. We don’t know if this exercise has anything to do with the incoming speed enhancements, but it’s likely.
Unfortunately, there is no mention of whether the issue where unlocking the bootloader of the 7T Pro 5G breaks OTA updates has been addressed.
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