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The OnePlus 8T launched Android 11 out of the box, and it’s so far the only OnePlus phone to rock the latest Android version. While her ancestors are anxious Wait their turn, 8T continues its forward march with Series of Increased updates Released in a relatively short lifespan. Now the latest version of OxygenOS is trending, complete with a long list of network and system fixes.
For starters, OnePlus has improved full screen gestures and made the fingerprint reader slightly faster in unlocking the phone. Along with the newly added option to adjust the keyboard height, the 8T also picks up a minor fix for the pre-installed Gallery app and improves night photography. It also appears that the engineers have fixed an issue with disconnected Wi-Fi connections, while improving the overall stability of the network as well.
For India-specific feature, the OnePlus Store will now act as a one-stop shop for access to Red Cable Club membership and purchase of OnePlus products. While this extension looks kind of spam (and even reminds us of it Samsung ads on the device To promote its own products), OnePlus says you will have the option to uninstall it completely.
As always, OxygenOS 18.104.22.168 will only be released to a small number of users initially, and wider availability could take up to a few days. OnePlus notes that those in Europe will have to wait a little longer, as the release only covers North America and India for now.
Shortly after OnePlus released the latest OxygenOS for the 8T, the The original participation in the forum Users reported crashing audio and video playback capabilities. Problems seem to plague the entire device – for example, any media file playing or streamed with apps like YouTube or WhatsApp is severely interrupted. Some users even encountered general slowdowns and random freezes. Thankfully, many remained immune to all of these issues.
Big thanks Community of users Around the world, many quick fixes were identified at any given time, some of which seem a little strange but it has clearly fixed these errors for many. The first involves recording a short video clip (say, it’s about 10 seconds long) from the default camera app and viewing it in the gallery. Even so, a restart can do a reset, in which case, this second solution can come to your rescue. Turning off the Google Assistant’s audio match settings has proven successful for many, and it’s not affected by device power cycles either. Some even managed to fix the problem by turning on battery saver mode and / or turning on the phone.
OnePlus appears to be aware of these issues and has it It said Hot fix for all bugs in OxygenOS version 22.214.171.124. But you don’t have to install the update yet as many 8T owners who had never had any issue with version 126.96.36.199 now have them. If you haven’t installed any of these updates yet, it might be best to steer clear of them altogether until OnePlus comes out with a proper fix and a statement about this whole situation. And those who are already in the latest version can try the aforementioned solutions to at least mysteriously make your phone usable in the meantime.