Jul 07, 2017 04:15 PM EDT
OnePlus 5 has received a latest OxygenOS update with the more improvements and bug fixes for the smartphone. Just a week after the OxygenOS 4.5.3 rollout, OnePlus' latest OxygenOS 4.5.5 update brings bug fixes, performance improvements, Wi-Fi connectivity improvements, voice calling improvements, and much more.
The latest OxygenOS 4.5.5 update for the OnePlus 5 should arrive via an OTA. In case the OnePlus 5 user hasn't received a notification yet, then head over to Settings to check for an update manually.
Interestingly, the latest OnePlus 5 OxygenOS 4.5.5 update is coming with the same old May security update. However, Nokia 6, Google Pixel, BlackBerry Smartphone and Google Nexus devices are now receiving the July security patch. The size of the latest update for the OnePlus 5 users is at 59MB.
According to the update feature, it lists out a set of improvements and fixes WiFi connectivity issues, voice calling, and fixes related to the video recording as well it also ensures the battery drainage is less when using this feature. In the latest update, the company has also decreased the vibration intensity when a user receives calls. OnePlus says that in the update they have fixed a bug around the WiFi connection problem, where the phone was constantly displaying the signal was weak, even when it was not, according to Indian Express.
With the latest OnePlus 5 OxygenOS 4.5.5 update, the company has fixed the issue where the users were not able to use some apps on the IPv6 network settings. Latest OnePlus 5 update brings improvements to Wi-Fi connectivity, something that was already fixed with the previous update. However, there might have been some fresh loopholes which needed plastering, and this update does just that. The changelog also reads the following advice, "To restore connectivity to a Windows 10 PC, please turn off USB debugging prior to the upgrade," according to GSM Arena.
The bug fixes in the OxygenOS are not the only issues that have been spotted with OnePlus 5. Latest OnePlus flagship users have also complained of the 'Jelly effect' when scrolling on the smartphone, and while the company has acknowledged the same, it is said the 'subtle effect while scrolling is normal.'
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