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Android P Confirmed for OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T

Back at Google I/O 2018 (8 May), Google announced Android P Beta for a bunch of non-pixel Smartphones including the recently announced OnePlus 6. And keeping the promise, OnePlus released Android P Beta for the OnePlus 6  just after its launch (16 May).

OnePlus posted on its forum regarding the Android P Beta for the OnePlus 6 and also revealed its plans for the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T.

"We're excited to announce we've been working closely with Google to give OnePlus 6 users early access to Android P Beta, shortly after launch. OnePlus devices are some of the most developer-friendly phones on the market. We look forward to seeing how app developers and other early adopters in our community will take advantage of this beta to create even better software experiences.

Since day one, we've been committed to working with our community to build the best software possible. We've come a long way thanks to the passion and dedication of the whole OnePlus community. Your feedback has helped our team push out some of the industry's fastest software updates. OxygenOS continues to evolve at an incredible pace, thanks to you.

Over 135,000 of our users signed up to review the OnePlus 6 early via The Lab. With the OnePlus 6 device in their hands, they'll be among the first in our community to be able to download the Android P Build. (OnePlus 5/5T friends, we'll have something nice lined up for you later this year.) In the meantime, if you'd like to read more about the latest Android release, feel free to visit OnePlus Dev Preview. We'll continue to work closely with Google in the coming days, so stay tuned!"

Google is announcing the final version of Android P later this year, and as OnePlus said that they've something nice (Android P Software Update) for the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T planned for later this year. 

OnePlus has already confirmed that Android 8.1 Oreo would be the last Android update for the OnePlus 3 and 3T. We'll let you know once we get more information regarding Android P for OnePlus devices, Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter page to get the first News.

OnePlus 6 - Phone Specifications | Latest News

OnePlus is all set to announce new OnePlus 6 with Glass Back, Premium Design and a Notch. The Smartphone is yet to be announced, but if you need that full list of leaked specs to see if the phone will meet your needs, we’ve got those details here.
Latest News
02/05/2018OnePlus 6 Live
24/04/2018OnePlus 6 Enclosed inside a Case (Source: iGyaan)
7/03/2018OnePlus 6 Breaks AnTuTu Score Record
27/02/2018OnePlus 6 Real Life Images Leaks Out
12/01/2018OnePlus 6 Release Date Revealed: When does the OnePlus 6 come out?
OnePlus 6 Rumored Specification
OS And Hardware
OSAndroid OS 8.1 Oreo | OxygenOS 5.1.0
Model No.P7819
ChipsetQualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 845
GPUAdreno 630
Dust/Water Resistance-
Body
Dimensions156.1 x 75 x 7.3 mm
Weight-
ColorsBlack
Display
Screen Size6.01-inches 18:9 with Notch
TypeOptic AMOLED
ResolutionFHD
ProtectionGorilla Glass 5
Memory
Internal64/128 GB
RAM6/8 GB
Camera
PrimaryDual Sensor
Secondary-
Comms
Bluetooth5.0, A2DP, LE, aptX
NFCYes
GPSYes
USBUSB 3.1, Type-C
Battery and Power
Type3500 mAh battery
ChargingDash Charge
Launch
StatusComing Soon, Exp. release 2018, June
Price
USD$600 (64GB)/$650 (128GB)

Oh, hi there, OnePlus 6!

Oh, hi there, OnePlus 6!
In 2017, OnePlus skipping the 4 announced OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 5. Both the Smartphones received praise from critics and consumers alike for its build quality, software, and camera performance.

This year's OnePlus 6 will be one of the most anticipated phone of 2018, which is rumored to release on 5th May.

Today, a weibo user shared another look at the OnePlus 6' rear and it looks great. From the above and below images, the headphone jack, dual rear cameras are confirmed. The fingerprint sensor is placed just below the flash, looks like a great placement.

Recently OnePlus revealed that the OnePlus 6 would feature a top notch with 19.616mm x 7.687mm size. The Company said that their notch will be bigger than the Essential Phone, smaller than the iPhone X.
Oh, hi there, OnePlus 6!

The device is expected feature 19:9 aspect ratio, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU, Adreno 630 GPU, 6/8GB of RAM, 128/256GB of internal memory, and Android 8.1 Oreo with OxygenOS. Thoughts?

Source (The orignal Image has a ribbon attached, so we just photoshopped it to give you guys a clear look.)


OnePlus 6: Avengers Edition!!!

OnePlus 6: Avengers Edition!!!
It seems that OnePlus is gearing up to launch the Limited OnePlus 6 Avengers Edition to commemorate the the release of the Avengers: Infinity War. According to OnePlus India's Facebook Video, the company is teaming up with Marvel Studios for the Avengers-themed OnePlus 6.

Avengers: Infinity War is set to hit theaters on April 27 and most likely we'll see the OnePlus 6 make its debut at around the same time.

OnePlus 6 would feature 19:9 aspect ratio, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU, Adreno 630 GPU, 6/8GB of RAM, 128/256GB of internal memory, and Android 8.1 Oreo with OxygenOS.

There's no information whether the device will be limited to the Indian markets, or whether we'll see a global launch. Thoughts?

OnePlus: Let's talk about OnePlus 6 Screen!!!

OnePlus on their Official OnePlus forum explained "Why the OnePlus 6 would feature a notch" and they also answered some of the most frequently asked questions about the OnePlus 6 top notch.
By now, most of you are aware that our next device will feature a cut-out near the top of the display, popularly known as a “notch”. A fiery debate has sparked online, so we wanted to give you guys some insight into our rationale behind this product decision.
According to OnePlus, notch is company’s way of providing more screen real estate to buyers. Through the notch, the company can free up a considerable amount of space near the top of the display, absorbing the notification and status icons.

OnePlus 6's notch measures 19.616mm by 7.687mm and it occupies a minimal amount of space in the top-center part of the display.

At last OnePlus said that their focus is to deliver the biggest and best screen, without compromising on the technology you love. Here are the FAQs that OnePlus answered:

Will the notch cut off my notifications if the status bar reaches a certain width?
OxygenOS will be optimized to work alongside the notch, ensuring you will always be able to view and access all of your notifications.

The notch cuts into the display, so the actual display size is smaller!
You actually get more screen. Thanks to the notch, we have managed to significantly increase our screen-to-body ratio. It’s like booking an airplane seat with extra leg room, which is used to absorb the clock and status bar.

If you’re integrating the front-facing camera, receiver, and LED light in the notch, why do you still need a chin?
A ribbon found at the bottom of each display connects the display to the internal hardware. This connection in itself demands the use of a bottom bezel. Our goal is to maximize the amount of real estate available to the user. So, we decided to reduce the size of the top bezel. The result is the largest viewable area we have ever produced.

The notch ruins my ability to enjoy movies and games. Can’t you block out the notch through software?
We understand the need to tailor your experience to your personal preferences. That’s why we have a compatibility mode on our next device. By setting this mode to individual apps, you are able to black out the sides of the notch when in landscape mode. We have tested compatibility mode with the 1000 most popular apps in the Play Store, and it works wonderfully.



Oh Dear! This is the OnePlus 6 Top Notch!

Oh Dear! This is the OnePlus 6 Top Notch!
In 2017, OnePlus skipping the 4 announced OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 5. Both the Smartphones received praise from critics and consumers alike for its build quality, software, and camera performance.

This year's OnePlus 6 will be one of the most anticipated phone of 2018, which is rumored to release in July. OnePlus today exclusively reached out The Verge to let the whole world know that the OnePlus 6 would feature a top notch and yeah we all have to deal with it.

OnePlus also provided the precise measurements for its upcoming notch 19.616mm x 7.687mm. The Company said that their notch will be bigger than the Essential Phone, smaller than the iPhone X.
We saw the implementation [of gestures] on the iPhone. Maybe it would have taken longer if Apple hadn’t done it. Maybe not as fast. But we have access to the roadmaps of all the screen manufacturers, and when they gave us the opportunity to make cutouts at the top of the screen, it just made sense.
At last Pei says that this is company’s way of providing more screen real estate to buyers. So, learn to love the notch.

Yesterday, Evan Blass shared our first rear look at the OnePlus 6 and it looks gorgeous. The device is expected feature 19:9 aspect ratio, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU, Adreno 630 GPU, 6/8GB of RAM, 128/256GB of internal memory, and Android 8.1 Oreo with OxygenOS.


OnePlus 6 Concept Gives a Glimpse of the Future

After seeing last month's OnePlus 6 leak that potentially revealed the design of OnePlus's new flagship for 2018, the concept makers have been busy getting their takes ready. Youtuber Concept Creator and TechnoBuffalo has come up with an exciting new concept of the OnePlus 6.

The phone’s fingerprint scanner is placed on the back, more like the Samsung Galaxy S9. It has a dual camera setup at the rear. If you take a closer look at the phone’s front, you’ll also notice that it has tiny notch, which stores the front-facing camera and some sensors.

The phone they detail features a 19:9 6.3-inch Full HD+ (2280×1080) AMOLED display, 6/8GB of RAM, a 16+20MP shooter, Snapdragon 845, and other miscellaneous top tier specs.

Recently the OnePlus 5T ran out of stock in the Notch American market. The fans of the Chinese smartphone maker who have not bought the OnePlus 5T will have to wait until the launch of OnePlus 6 to get their hands on a OnePlus device.


What about you? Let’s hear your wish list for this year’s OnePlus 6 – does it look like this?

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OnePlus 6 Leak-based Render shows a Gorgeous Smartphone

OnePlus 6 Leak-based Render shows a Gorgeous Smartphone
In 2017, OnePlus skipping the 4 announced OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 5. Both the Smartphones received praise from critics and consumers alike for its build quality, software, and camera performance.

This year's OnePlus 6 will be one of the most anticipated phone of 2018, which is rumored to release in July. A new concept of the OnePlus 6 based on leaks has posted online by YouTuber Dave Lee and it looks absolutely stunning.

As you can see in the below renders, the OnePlus 6 will have almost zero sized bezels on either sides. Also, the phone in the images has iPhone X-like notch which mimicks the previous leak. Coming to the rear, it is having the dual lens camera setup, fingerprint sensor and the OnePlus branding.
OnePlus 6 Leak-based Render shows a Gorgeous Smartphone
The OnePlus 6 is expected to feature 19:9 aspect ratio, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU, Adreno 630 GPU, 6/8GB of RAM, 128/256GB of internal memory, and Android 8.1 Oreo with OxygenOS.

Recently, OnePlus 6 went through AnTuTu with codenam A6000 and it scored a total of 276510 killing the previous champion, the upcoming Mi Mix 2s.

FYI, the Samsung Galaxy S9 scores a total of 241470 on AnTuTu, the iPhone X (Bionic A11) has a total of 224538, and the last year's OnePlus's flagship the OnePlus 5T at 180651. Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter page to get the first News.

Assuming this is the final design, are you buying the OnePlus 6?

Source: Dave Lee

Android 8.1 OxygenOS Beta 4 is Live for OnePlus 5T

Last time we updated you on the status of OnePlus's Android 8.1 Oreo update, we told you that OxygenOS Beta 6 based on Android 8.1 is now available for the OnePlus 5. Well, it seems that OnePlus is pushing same for the OnePlus 5T as well.

OnePlus is pushing a new software update to the users of OnePlus 5T in the form of OxygenOS Open Beta 4. With the latest update, the company is fixing various bugs along with some new features as well.

The update brings latest Android 8.1 Oreo with February 2018 Security Patch. Android 8.1 comes with new dark and light themes which changes according to wallpaper, Pixel 2 Launcher, Redesigned Power Menu, new Shutdown and Reboot Animation, Round Statusbar Icons, and Settings. OnePlus has also added new autopick phone gesture with this update.

The Software weighs in at around 1667MB and is currently rolling out for the users under OpenBeta OS via OTA, all the features will be added to the stable build of the OS.
Android 8.1 OxygenOS Beta 4 is Live for OnePlus 5T
Have you received the update? Let us know in the comments section below. Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter page to get the first News.

OnePlus 5 gets Android 8.1 Oreo with OxygenOS Open Beta 6

OnePlus is pushing a new software update to the users of OnePlus 5 in the form of OxygenOS Open Beta 6. With the latest update, the company is fixing various bugs along with some new features as well.

The update brings latest Android 8.1 Oreo with February 2018 Security Patch. Most likely Android 8.1 would be the last update for both the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T.

Android 8.1 comes with new dark and light themes which changes according to wallpaper, Pixel 2 Launcher, Redesigned Power Menu, new Shutdown and Reboot Animation, Round Statusbar Icons, and Settings. OnePlus has also added new autopick phone gesture with this update.


The update is currently rolling out for the users under OpenBeta OS, and later on, all the features will be added to the stable build of the OS. Have you received the update? Let us know in the comments section below. Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter page to get the first News.

OnePlus 6 Breaks AnTuTu Score Record Before Being Officially Unveiled

OnePlus is all set to reveal its trump card, the OnePlus 6 with almost Bezel-less display, dual camera, and other 2018 flagship features. We have already seen the live images of the OnePlus 6, and it looks gorgeous with premium glass back and notched display.

Today, folks at AndroidCentral leaked the AnTuTu benchmark scores of the OnePlus 6, codenamed A6000. They also confirmed other key details about the upcoming flagship.


OnePlus 6 scores 276510 at AnTuTu and kills the previous champion, the upcoming Mi Mix 2s. The Smartphone will run on Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 845 processor paired with 6/8GB of RAM.

FYI, the Samsung Galaxy S9 scores a total of 241470 on AnTuTu, the iPhone X (Bionic A11) has a total of 224538, and the last year's OnePlus's flagship the OnePlus 5T at 180651.
OnePlus 6 is confirmed to feature an iPhone X like notch with 19:9 Display. As per earlier leaks, it would run OxygenOS 5.1.0 which is based on Android 8.1 Oreo. Thoughts?

So this is how the OnePlus 6 will look like

OnePlus is all set to reveal its trump card, the OnePlus 6 with almost Bezel-less display, dual camera, and other 2018 flagship features. We haven't seen any possible renders or live images of the OnePlus 6, but that's going to change today, thanks to an alleged leak from Weibo.

As you can see in the below image, the OnePlus 6 looks gorgeous with premium glass back and unique camera and fingerprint sensor placement. The device looks promising with tiny top and bottom chin.

One thing that is worth noticing is that the OnePlus 6 will be having iPhone X like notch which is clearly visible in the below image. As you can see it runs on OxygenOS 5.1.0 which is based on Android 8.1 Oreo.


In a recent interview with CNET, Pete officially revealed that the OnePlus 6 is coming with the latest Snapdragon 845 CPU in the second quarter of 2018. The CEO hasn't actually confirmed the name, but logic dictates that the company will name it OnePlus 6. Thoughts?

Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter page to get the first News.



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OnePlus 5T gets new update, OxygenOS pushed to Open Beta 3

OnePlus 5T gets new update, OxygenOS pushed to Open Beta 3
OnePlus is pushing a new software update to the users of OnePlus 5T in the form of OxygenOS Open Beta 3. With the latest update, the company is fixing various bugs along with some new features as well.

The update brings a new pick-up gesture switcher to the Phone application. Now, you can choose whether to lift an incoming call by swiping down or up the screen.


Phone
  • Added pick-up gesture switcher
    • You can now choose which way you slide (up or down) to pick up a phone call
System
  • General bug fixes and improvements
  • Removed Clipboard function
    • Thanks for your feedback, we removed this feature based on that.
  • Applied CPU security patch: CVE-2017-13218
  • Added new Navigation gestures that you can enable by going into settings and disabling the nav bar.
India only
  • Added SMS categorization function for India only
    • This is an India only feature that auto-sorts your SMS messages into categories
Besides, the company has removed the Clipboard function which was found sending users data to Chinese servers. The update also brings new security patch CVE-2017-13218 and new Navigation gestures that you can enable by going into settings and disabling the nav bar.

The update is currently rolling out for the users under OpenBeta OS, and later on, all the features will be added to the stable build of the OS. Have you received the update? Let us know in the comments section below. Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter page to get the first News.


OnePlus 5 OxygenOS Beta 5 removes Clipboard; Here's What's New!

OnePlus 5 OxygenOS Beta 5 removes Clipboard; Here's What's New!
OnePlus is pushing a new software update to the users of OnePlus 5 in the form of OxygenOS Open Beta 5. With the latest update, the company is fixing various bugs along with some new features as well.

The update brings a new pick-up gesture switcher to the Phone application. Now, you can choose whether to lift an incoming call by swiping down or up the screen.


Phone
  • Added pick-up gesture switcher
    • You can now choose which way you slide (up or down) to pick up a phone call
System
  • General bug fixes and improvements
  • Removed Clipboard function
    • Thanks for your feedback, we removed this feature based on that.
  • Applied CPU security patch: CVE-2017-13218
India only
  • Added SMS categorization function for India only
  • This is an India only feature that auto-sorts your SMS messages into categories
Besides, the company has removed the Clipboard function which was found sending users data to Chinese servers. The update also brings new security patch CVE-2017-13218. 

The update is currently rolling out for the users under OpenBeta OS, and later on, all the features will be added to the stable build of the OS. Have you received the update? Let us know in the comments section below. Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter page to get the first News.


Customer credit card data may have been pilfered from OnePlus.net

Customer credit card data may have been pilfered from OnePlus.net
OnePlus users are reporting that OnePlus.net was likely compromised by intruders between October 2017 and December 2017. It’s not clear how many people are affected, but many OnePlus forum members have suspected fraudulent activity after a purchase from OnePlus website.

I purchased two phones with two different credit cards, first on 11-26-17 and second on 11-28-17. Yesterday I was notified on one of the credit cards of suspected fraudulent activity, I logged onto credit card site and verified that there were several transactions that I did not make. I went through the process and switched accounts... no big deal. Today same thing with the other credit card. I do not use either of those credit cards frequently. The only place that both of those credit cards had been used in the last 6 months was on the Oneplus website. I am not too worried about it, I have fraud protection on all of my cards.

I am not accusing OnePlus, and I do love my phone... just the only similarity I could find between the 2 cards. I just want to make everyone aware so that they can check there statements for any unauthorized transactions, incase OnePlus was breached.

Has anyone else experienced fraudulent charges after a recent purchase? - superdutynick OnePlus user
Same thing happened to me. Placed two orders with OnePlus on the 9th and 10th January 2018. I've used two different business credit cards, that I have not used for any other transaction in over a year.

This morning (11th January 2018) I received a call from my bank, asking me about a fraudulent charge of 50 £ on one of the cards. It will be interesting to see if the second card will also be charged with possible fraud attempts.

Once I receive more information from my bank, I will share it here. I'd also like to emphasize, that I am very satisfied with my OnePlus phones and am a strong advocate of your product. Should there be a security issue, every report helps the team at OnePlus to find the culprit. - inflamez OnePlus user

Hi

I literally purchased the Sandstone Oneplus 5t on Tuesday on a credit card that I NEVER take out of the house (ie: I use it for my monthly Netflix subs and nothing else normally). I decided to use if for my purchase as credit was available.

I have just had a call from the credit card fraud team to advise someone has attempted to use my card at Currys (Dixons Group Electrical) in London for £900.


That is ONE HELL of a coincidence, especially as the only time I have used the card with a retailer in the last year was with Oneplus a few days back.

This is no Witchhunt. But I am highly suspicious. - Veran OnePlus user

Anyone who bought items from OnePlus.net during the suspected period of the breach should watch their credit card statements closely. If you find any fraudulent charges on your statement report them to your credit card provider immediately. Companies usually don’t hold credit card holders responsible for unauthorized charges—especially if you report them as soon as possible.

Source: OnePlus Forum

OnePlus 6 Release Date Revealed: When does the OnePlus 6 come out?

OnePlus 6 Release Date Revealed: When does the OnePlus 6 come out?
In an interview with CNET, Pete officially revealed that the OnePlus 6 is coming with the latest Snapdragon 845 CPU in the second quarter of 2018. The CEO hasn't actually confirmed the name, but logic dictates that the company will name it OnePlus 6.

Pete Lau also said that there's no confirmation of a second device in 2018 (OnePlus 6T), but given what's happend in the last two years the 6T is happening.

As per earlier leaks, the OnePlus 6 would feature an In-Display fingerprint sensor, iPhone X level Face ID, 6/8GB RAM, 64/128GB Internal Storage, and a brand new design.

Additonally, OnePlus is now open to partnering up with US carriers for sales of its handsets. "If the right opportunity and right timing come along, we'll be very happy to experiment". Stay tuned to our Facebook and Twitter page to get the first News.

//Cnet

OnePlus 2 gets new Android 8.1 Oreo update via Pixel-Experience ROM [How to install]

OnePlus 2 gets new Android 8.1 Oreo update via Pixel-Experience ROM [How to install]
We all know that OnePlus won't officially update the OnePlus 2 to Android 8.0 Oreo. However the OnePlus 2 can now get a custom version of Android 8.1 Oreo. Although this custom ROM is made available to the public, it is still under testing by its developers since Android 8.1 is fresh off the Google labs.

With Android 8.1 Oreo, you'll get new Wallpaper Themes, Pixel 2 Launcher, Redesigned Power Menu, new Shutdown and Reboot Animation, Round Statusbar Icons, and Settings.


You'll need to Unlock Bootloader and Install TWRP Custom Recovery (64 BIT) in-order to Install the Pixel Experience ROM based on Android 8.1 Oreo on OnePlus 2. You can grab the Custom Rom ZIP file from below.

Note: This procedure is very technical and should be performed by a person with sound knowledge of rooting Android devices. If the step-by-step installation process is not followed properly, there are chances of the smartphone getting bricked or being permanently irreparable. TechDroider cannot be held responsible for any damage or claims from readers if the procedure does not yield the required results or if the smartphone is bricked. Hence, users are advised to proceed with caution.

How to Install Android 8.1 Oreo Pixel Experience ROM on OnePlus 2:

Step 1: Download Pixel Experience Android 8.1 Oreo custom ROM on to your Smartphone.

Step 2: Boot to TWRP Mode.

Step 3: Once entering the TWRP settings menu, clear phone's memory (full) by selecting 'Wipe' option. Once done, select 'Swipe to Factory Reset' perform factory reset.

Step 4: Return to TWRP settings and tap 'Install' by the selecting .Zip file in the phone's memory.

Step 5: Come back to TWRP menu setting to approve the installation by tapping 'Swipe to Confirm Flash'

Step 6: Flashing of the custom ROM begins and after few minutes, a message 'Successful' appears on the screen, thus completing installation.

Downloads

OnePlus teases new OnePlus 5T variant

The OnePlus 5T is already official with near bezel-less display and top-notch specs. Until now, you could grab the device in Midnight Black, Lava Red, and Star Wars Special Edition, but it seems that OnePlus is giving some fans a new option.

It looks like OnePlus is planning to launch a sandstone variant of the OnePlus 5T. OnePlus has posted a teaser video with a mysterious device hidden inside it. The video shows several people putting their hands inside the box, and few of them recognised a sandstone back. Since the OnePlus 5T is the latest flagship from the company, we can only assume that those people touched the upcoming sandstone variant.


OnePlus plans to launch the Sandstone OnePlus 5T in January 2018. The specs of this new OnePlus 5T version should be exactly the same as the normal one.

With the OnePlus 5T, you get a 6.01-inch FHD Optic AMOLED 18:9 display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 6/8GB RAM, 64GB/128GB storage, 16MP + 20MP with f/1.7 aperture for the best low-light, zoom and anti-blur photos with enhanced image processing, 16MP front camera, 3300mAh battery with Dash Charge, and Android 7.1.1 Nougat.

What else new though? Well OnePlus has also added Face Unlock feature that uses 100 identifiers to make sure you are you before unlocking.



OnePlus 5 gets new Android 8.1 Oreo update via OmniRom [How to install]

OnePlus 5 gets new Android 8.1 Oreo update via OmniRom [How to install]
OnePlus 5 can now get a custom version of Android 8.1 Oreo. Although this custom ROM is made available to the public, it is still under testing by its developers since Android 8.1 is fresh off the Google labs.

Reputed Developer darkobas (XDA username) has released the brand new OmniRom based on latest Android 8.1 Oreo. It brings latest security updates, wallpapers, launcher and many more value-added features to the OnePlus 5.


With Android 8.1 Oreo, you'll get new Wallpaper Themes, Pixel 2 Launcher, Redesigned Power Menu, new Shutdown and Reboot Animation, Round Statusbar Icons, and Settings.

Note: This procedure is very technical and should be performed by a person with sound knowledge of rooting Android devices. If the step-by-step installation process is not followed properly, there are chances of the smartphone getting bricked or being permanently irreparable. TechDroider cannot be held responsible for any damage or claims from readers if the procedure does not yield the required results or if the smartphone is bricked. Hence, users are advised to proceed with caution.

How to Install Android 8.1 Oreo Omni ROM on OnePlus 5:

Step 1: Download Omni Android 8.1 Oreo custom ROM and Google Apps on to your Smartphone.

Step 2: Boot to TWRP Mode.

Step 3: Once entering the TWRP settings menu, clear phone's memory (full) by selecting 'Wipe' option. Once done, select 'Swipe to Factory Reset' perform factory reset.

Step 4: Return to TWRP settings and tap 'Install' by the selecting .Zip file in the phone's memory.

Step 5: Come back to TWRP menu setting to approve the installation by tapping 'Swipe to Confirm Flash'

Step 6: Flashing of the custom ROM begins and after few minutes, a message 'Successful' appears on the screen, thus completing installation.

Downloads


Android 8.1 Oreo features come to OnePlus 3 via NitrogenOS [How to install]

Android 8.1 Oreo features come to OnePlus 3 via NitrogenOS [How to install]
OnePlus 3 can now get a custom version of Android 8.1 Oreo. Although this custom ROM is made available to the public, it is still under testing by its developers since Android 8.1 is fresh off the Google labs.

Reputed Developer xyyx (XDA username) has released the brand new NitrogenOS Custom ROM based on latest Android 8.1 Oreo. It brings latest security updates, wallpapers, launcher and many more value-added features to the OnePlus 3.


With Android 8.1 Oreo, you'll get new Wallpaper Themes, Pixel 2 Launcher, Redesigned Power Menu, new Shutdown and Reboot Animation, Round Statusbar Icons, and Settings.

Note: This procedure is very technical and should be performed by a person with sound knowledge of rooting Android devices. If the step-by-step installation process is not followed properly, there are chances of the smartphone getting bricked or being permanently irreparable. TechDroider cannot be held responsible for any damage or claims from readers if the procedure does not yield the required results or if the smartphone is bricked. Hence, users are advised to proceed with caution.

How to Install Android 8.1 Oreo NitrogenOS ROM on OnePlus 3:

Step 1: Download NitrogenOS Android 8.1 Oreo custom ROM and Google Apps on to your Smartphone.

Step 2: Boot to TWRP Mode.

Step 3: Once entering the TWRP settings menu, clear phone's memory (full) by selecting 'Wipe' option. Once done, select 'Swipe to Factory Reset' perform factory reset.

Step 4: Return to TWRP settings and tap 'Install' by the selecting .Zip file in the phone's memory.

Step 5: Come back to TWRP menu setting to approve the installation by tapping 'Swipe to Confirm Flash'

Step 6: Flashing of the custom ROM begins and after few minutes, a message 'Successful' appears on the screen, thus completing installation.

Downloads



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