After OnePlus 8, now the OnePlus 8 Pro Pro OxygenOS 10.5.10 update rolls out. It brings the June 2020 security patch to the device. The update bumps the OxygenOS version 10.5.8 to 10.5.10. The update size is around 150MB.
The latest update brings security and performance enhancement to the device. The update also addresses many major bugs like an issue with Netflix and Amazon Prime Video unable to play HD video on some machines. You should check the full changelog below.
So, if you’re already running the previous OxygenOs on your OnePlus 8 Pro, then you can check for the software OTA update on your device for once. To do this, head over to the Settings – System – System update – Check for update. if available, you can download and install the OTA. Otherwise, you can manually do so by following our guide.
- Optimized the touch and interaction experience
- Optimized the power consumption performance of the system, battery life extended to be longer than ever
- Optimized the high-temperature warning to improve user experience
- Fixed the failure to full-charge when the battery was charged to 90% and above in a few circumstances
- Fixed the issue with Netflix and Amazon Prime Video unable to play HD video on some machines
- Fixed known issues and improved system stability
- Updated Android Security Patch to 2020.06
- Adjusted Photochrom filter (OnePlus 8 Pro only)
- Improved the shooting experience with the camera and improved stability
- Cloud service
- Added the file disk section in the file manager: now conveniently upload and store all your files on OnePlus Cloud seamlessly (India only)
- Band 46 CA combo enabled for India Network (India only)
- Improved the stability of communication
- Improved the performance and stability of Wi-Fi transfers
- Optimized network latency for online games and improved the smoothness
Note: Indian variant’s OTA is not available yet.
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