Quickly after OnePlus launched the current OxygenOS version for the 8T, the original online forum post got flooded with user reports of damaged audio and video playback capabilities. The problems appear to be afflicting the whole gadget– for instance, any media file played or streamed using apps such as YouTube or WhatsApp experiences severe stutters. Some users even faced basic sluggishness and random freezes. The good news is, many stayed unsusceptible to all of these concerns.
Thanks to a big user community worldwide, a number of fast workarounds were identified in no time, some of which sound a bit strange however have obviously fixed these bugs for many. Even then, a reboot might revert the repair, in which case, this second solution could come to your rescue.
OnePlus appears to be aware of these problems and has actually supposedly released a hotfix for all the bugs in OxygenOS version 220.127.116.11. If you have not installed either of these updates yet, then it might be much better to guide away from them completely up until OnePlus comes out with an appropriate fix and a statement on this entire circumstance.
For beginners, OnePlus has enhanced full-screen gestures and made the finger print reader a little bit much faster at opening the phone. The freshly added alternative to adjust the keyboard height, the 8T also chooses up a small repair for the preinstalled Gallery app and enhances nightscape photography. Engineers likewise appears to have actually fixed the concern with Wi-Fi connections dropping, while likewise enhancing general network stability.
This story was originally released 2020/12/29 10:44 am PSTon Dec 29, 2020 and last updated 2020/12/30 7:49 am PSTon Dec 30, 2020..
When it comes to an India-exclusive function, the OnePlus Store will now function as a one-stop-shop for accessing your Red Cable club subscription and purchasing OnePlus items. While this addition sounds sort of spammy (and even advises us of Samsungs on-device ads promoting its own products), OnePlus says that youll have the choice to uninstall it completely.
The OnePlus 8T introduced running Android 11 out of package, and to date, its the only OnePlus phone rocking the most recent Android build. While its predecessors anxiously await their turn, the 8T continues to march forward with a series of incremental updates launched in its relatively short life-span. Now the latest OxygenOS release is headed out, total with a long list of network and system repairs.
The OnePlus 8T introduced running Android 11 out of the box, and to date, its the only OnePlus phone rocking the newest Android build. Soon after OnePlus launched the latest OxygenOS variation for the 8T, the initial forum post got flooded with user reports of damaged audio and video playback capabilities. OnePlus appears to be mindful of these concerns and has actually supposedly launched a hotfix for all the bugs in OxygenOS version 18.104.22.168. If you have not set up either of these updates yet, then it may be much better to steer away from them altogether up until OnePlus comes out with a proper fix and a declaration on this whole circumstance.
Like always, OxygenOS 22.214.171.124 will be launched just to a handful of users at first, and broader accessibility can use up to a few days. OnePlus notes that those in Europe will need to wait a bit longer, as the rollout only covers North America and India today.