New Oxygen OS 4.5.5 update hits the OnePlus 5

The recently launched OnePlus 5 is now receiving a brand new Oxygen OS update. If you have a OnePlus 5 on hand and are looking to update it, you’re going to want to stay connected with any Wi-Fi network and have at least 50% of battery on your device.

So, what exactly has been fixed with the update? Well, Wi-Fi connectivity has been improved and voice calling has been made clearer, for starters. Aside from that, video recording now consumes less battery life and incoming call vibration intensity has been toned down for a more subtle effect.

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OnePlus have also fixed a bug around the WiFi connection problem, where the phone would constantly display the signal as weak regardless of the actual signal strength. They’ve also fixed issue where users were not able to use some apps on the IPv6 network settings.

The changelog also mentions the following advice: “To restore connectivity to a Windows 10 PC, please turn off USB debugging prior to the upgrade.”. The update notification should appear soon,  but if you haven’t seen it then head over to “Settings” and check for the update manually.

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  1. CF542
    July 6, 2017

    Have to give OnePlus credit for keeping the updates coming in a timely manner. I just wish they could have added an always on mic for Google Assistant.

    • goodwill
      July 8, 2017

      Yeah, I just got the OP5 and OTA is already coming in.

  2. July 7, 2017

    OnePlus 5 was tested in DxOMark –