We are here with a simple guide to Downgrade OnePlus 3/3T To Android Nougat From Oreo Update.OnePlus has recently started rolling out the Oxygen OS Open Beta 25/16 for OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T respectively which are based on Android 8.0 Oreo.we have shared a dedicated guide on the manual installation process.Many users have already updated their OnePlus 3/3T to Android 8.0 Oreo.
Android Oreo comes with loads of extra features which makes it a great upgrade from Android Nougat, but we should know that these are beta builds and contains few bugs..Many users have been facing some issues and want to Roll Back Their OnePlus 3/3T To Android Nougat From Oreo Update.If you are one of them then Follow this guide to Revert OnePlus 5 Back To Android 7.1 Nougat
Go back to Android 7.1 Nougat on OnePlus 3/3T From Android 8.0 Oreo update
In order to Downgrade OnePlus 3/3T To Android Nougat From Oreo Update, we have to download and Install/ Flash a stable OnePlus 3/3T OxygenOS firmware (Nougat based) to .You need to flash the Oxygen Recovery for safe and easy installation.This is the Stock Recovery which comes default on the device.If TWRP recovery is installed on your device, you should now install oxygen recovery.Download Oxygen Recovery.Oneplus 3 Stock Recovery. Download here and Oneplus 3T Stock Recovery. Download here..Follow This Guide move from TWRP To Stock Recovery (Oxygen Recovery)
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Downgrade OnePlus 3/3T To Android Nougat From Oreo Update
Now Download and Install the latest OxygenOS 4.5.1 On OnePlus 3/3T by following the linked guide below to Downgrade OnePlus 3/3T From Android Oreo To Android Nougat
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