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OxygenOS 3.2.6 rolling out to the OnePlus 3 with a ton of fixes for the camera, Bluetooth, and more

OnePlus is busy with community builds of OxygenOS that will eventually merge it with the code base of HydrogenOS, but work has not stopped on the stable version of the software. OxygenOS 3.2.6 (still Marshmallow) is official for the OnePlus 3. This OTA brings a lot of small improvements and bug fixes, and as usual, it's rolling out in waves.

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OnePlus releases new OxygenOS community builds for OnePlus 3 and OnePlus X

OnePlus is continuing its efforts to merge HydrogenOS and OxygenOS into a single, unified build of Android. There are new community builds of OxygenOS for the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus X. Neither one includes a jump to Nougat, but there are some new features.

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Paranoid Android now supports Nextbit Robin, updates OnePlus 3 ROM

Earlier in the year, Paranoid Android made a comeback with a clean, well-built ROM and support for a number of Nexus and OnePlus devices. Since then, they've only updated the ROM three times, but they've all included a significant amount of changes. Now, thanks to a PA-Nextbit partnership, the ROM is available for the Nextbit Robin. In addition, the OnePlus 3's ROM has been updated with some new features.

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OnePlus releases OxygenOS 3.1.0 for the OnePlus 2

OnePlus 2 owners, be on the look out for a new update. The 2016 Flagship Killer is receiving OxygenOS 3.1.0, which is rolling out incrementally starting today.

Here is the list of the new stuff from the forum posting.

  • Fixed some notification issues
  • Improved Doze Mode performance
  • Added media sound toggle for alert slider
  • Addressed alert slider/silent mode issue
  • Implemented August 1 security patches for Android
  • Implemented Quadrooter patch
  • General bug fixes

One thing missing that quite a few people in the thread have noted is VoLTE support. This ominously absent feature has many vocal users, especially those in India, up in arms.

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OnePlus will merge Oxygen OS and the China-only Hydrogen OS for faster updates

OnePlus phone owners can probably agree that the company needs to work on faster OS updates. (It's a safe bet: pretty much everyone can agree on that, including Nexus owners.) OnePlus is trying. To that end, the company has announced that its two disparate Android software builds will be merged into one: Oxygen OS and Hydrogen OS. I'll pause for a moment to allow the chemistry nerds to make an H2O joke before we continue.

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OnePlus updates the OxygenOS Community Build for the OnePlus 3 to 3.5.1

After releasing an OxygenOS 3.5 Community Build for the OnePlus 3 a little over a week ago, OnePlus has already issued an update that fixes a few complaints. For such a small version bump (3.5.0 to 3.5.1), this update actually packs quite a few improvements.

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Cyanogen launching Cortana in India, starting with the OnePlus One

Cyanogen, Inc has been partnered with Microsoft for a while now, bringing various mods to devices running Cyanogen OS. The company is launching the Cortana mod in India today, starting out with the OnePlus One. Cortana first came to the Cyanogen operating system in January this year, followed by the 13.1 update, which enabled more widespread mod support.

To get this update, your OnePlus One must be running the latest version of the operating system - the aforementioned 13.1. This enables the voice-activated assistant feature which behaves much like Google Now; Cyanogen says Cortana is deeply integrated into the OS, with a 'Hey Cortana' command waking her up.

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[Deal Alert] OnePlus is knocking up to 70% off accessories in a Back to School sale

Students are heading back to school. That means phones are leaving the careful confines of home and venturing back out into the world... Okay, I was going to insert a joke about nerds not leaving the house over the summer, but this year, this happened, so I'm just going to move on.

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OnePlus announces the OxygenOS 3.5 Community Build for the OnePlus 3

Today, OnePlus announced the next version of its stock-ish take on Android, a "Community Build" of OxygenOS 3.5. This version is only for the company's flagship OnePlus 3. For all of you who own the phone, this is pretty exciting... but not too exciting. This version is still based on Marshmallow. 

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OxygenOS 3.1.0 Community Build now available for OnePlus X

The OnePlus X is a great little device for $250, with its borderline-flagship specs and small form factor. Although OnePlus has said they don't intend on making a direct successor to the X, at least they are still updating it. Starting today, OnePlus is making the Oxygen 3.1.0 Community Build (based on Android 6.0.1) available for the OnePlus X, just in time for Android 7.0.

If you're unfamiliar, OnePlus tends to release Community Builds of an update before the OTAs begin to roll out. The OxygenOS 3.1.0 build brings changes from Android 6.0.1, new icon packs for the launcher, a new wallpaper picker, and various Shelf UX improvements.

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