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OnePlus 3 and 3T open beta update brings support for aptX HD, bug fixes and improvements

By: Rohan Pal, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi Last updated : December 05, 2017 12:55 pm

The Ore-based beta update brings several new features including support for aptX/aptX HD, photo map in Gallery, emergency information along with several bug fixes and improvements.
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OnePlus has rolled a new Beta update for the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T smartphones. The Ore-based beta update brings several new features including support for aptX/aptX HD, photo map in Gallery, emergency information along with several bug fixes and improvements.

 

The latest beta update brings major changes in the Launcher with optimized and enhanced application shortcut menu along with optimized shelf visual style. The brand has also added a photo map in the Gallery section through which users can view a photo by location. The latest update also brings the support for aptX and aptX HD, which basically enhances the wireless sound quality.

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Further, the latest beta build also brings the ability to add emergency information (ICE) to one’s personal information. OnePlus also says that with the latest beta update, users might suffer some issues as well. According to the brand, sometimes the long press will not activate on the home screen and if one faces this problem, then he/she should make sure to report the issue and then restart the device. Here are some bug fixes and improvements:

 

System

  • Wireless hotspot management optimizations
  • Support for aptX/aptX HD
  • UI fixes for Quick Settings
  • Fixed slow charging issues
  • Optimized Wi-Fi performance and security
  • Optimized battery usage statistics
  • Updated Android Security Patch
  • Other bug fixes and optimizations

 

Apart from this, the update size is about 138 MB and it also comes loaded with November Android security patch as well. If you are on the latest Open Beta on your OnePlus 3 and 3T, you should get an OTA update notification soon while if you are on the stable OxygenOS version, you will need to manually flash the Open Beta update which requires you to fully wipe your device.


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