Download OnePlus MSM/unbrick tools, flashing guides, & APKs for deprecated apps for all devices from this 3rd-party repository
OnePlus as a company has been around for the better part of the 2010s following the launch of the first device — the OnePlus One — back in 2014.
Since then, we’ve been treated to some very good devices from the brand, many that have since become classics in their own rights.
Unfortunately, we’re still talking about the Android ecosystem, and these devices, however good and capable they are, still get discontinued after a few years.
Well, thanks to a new repository, you can now download older material for antiquated OnePlus devices from as far back as the OnePlus One.
The new third-party platform called OnePlus Community Server is now a one-stop-shop for all sorts of useful material for all OnePlus devices ever made.
Some of these materials include:
– APKs of several (deprecated) OnePlus applications
– Copies of English device manuals
– Flashing guide (for OnePlus 2, to downgrade from OxygenOS 3.5.5 to 3.1.0)
– MSM tools (also known as unbrick tools): first and last per Android version per device, when possible to obtain them
– List of special offers OnePlus made for Indian market.
As an enthusiast brand, OnePlus has really done well in catering to the needs of its users, making these tools and guides available over the years.
It is also very commendable to see a third-party platform going out of its way to consolidate all this material under one roof as it makes it a lot easier to find and download these OnePlus guides.
This is even more useful for users with OnePlus devices that are no longer officially supported as now, they can easily find and download these guides and old APKs for their OnePlus devices, apps that will only get harder to find.
NOTE: We have these and many more OnePlus stories in our dedicated OnePlus section so stay tuned.
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