OnePlus is now rolling out an incremental Android Nougat based update in the form of Oxygen OS 4.0.2 for both OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T. This new update addresses the issues caused by the previous Oxygen OS 4.0.1 update, and OnePlus tried to resolve all the problems caused bt the last update.
The company is working hard on improving the software experience for their phones to stay in the competition with the likes of Samsung, Google, etc. And, as promised, the company rolled out the Android Nougat based Oxygen OS 4.0 update as a New Year gift to everyone.
That said, in this latest Oxygen OS 4.0.2 update, the company has fixed the Google Play Store download problem, which irritated several people from the last two weeks or so.
Nevertheless, one of the biggest problem in the phones, the Wi-Fi connectivity issues still exists as the company may fix it in the next week. Also, this Wi-Fi connectivity bug is the culprit for all the battery life drain, which was reported by several people. There are several other bug fixes as well in this update. Here’s the complete changelog of the latest Oxygen OS 4.0.2 update, which was posted by Tony L, the staff member at OnePlus.
Improved Shelf Customization
Updated APN Settings for select Carriers
Fixed Proximity Sensor bug during calls
Fixed Google Play Store download bug
Increased System Stability
***Known Issues and Fixes
WiFi connectivity might still fluctuate, if you experience this issue, please send me a pm.
All said and done, the update is rolling out incrementally and will be reaching your smartphone in upcoming weeks. If you can’t wait for the update, download the Opera VPN app and change your region to Canada or Germany and check for any software updates, if any updates appear, download and install it.