A new version of OxygenOS 3.2.6 is now making its way through the OnePlus 3 handsets. Based on Android Marshmallow version 6.0.1 and 1 September Android security patch level, the update weighs in at 40MB.
With the latest release, the company hopes to resolve some of the frequent issues users have been experiencing. As always, OxygenOS 3.2.6 is available as an over-the-air (OTA) update. As it is an incremental rollout, the update will start with a small number of users currently, before being widely available for all devices soon.
The new OxygenOS build brings an array of fixes and improvements. They include optimised voice call quality of some IM applications, improved adaptive brightness performance, and camera quality. The occasional green or yellow issue, which earlier used to crop up in the camera has been resolved now. Other enhanced camera features are optimised white balance and improved 1080p video recording.
The Bluetooth connection problem for vehicles has been fixed. You should also notice optimised battery consumption when scrolling and touch accuracy when playing games. The DozeMode is now added in the Developer options and PocketMode switch under display settings. Head over to OnePlus forum to learn more about the update.
If the OTA notification for OxygenOS 3.2.6 has not arrived for your phone so far, you can use the links for the OTA zip as well as full zip shared by the folks over XDA forum, for a manual installation.
Download links for OxygenOS 3.2.6
Click here for our guide to install OxygenOS update on OnePlus 3 manually.