Just over a month ago, we witnessed the release of OnePlus’ latest flagship smartphone in the market. The company released OnePlus 7T backed by the latest version of the Android operating system -Android 10.
Since the firmware was quite stable at the time, the Chinese manufacturer did not feel the urge to push out updates except the monthly security patches Google encourages companies to update their phones. That being said, the latest iteration of OnePlus’ Oxygen OS is getting a security patch in the form of OxygenOS 10.0.5.
One of the major changes in OxygenOS 10.0.5 includes the fix to the infamous double-tap to wake up screen bug. Other changes deal with general system stability and a number of general bug fixes. Since it is a system security update, the OTA package size is fairly small at just 137 MB.
In case you want to update your smartphone to the latest version, just launch your settings app, head over to System Updates and touch the “Check for OTA updates” button. If the firmware is available, your device will automatically download the latest update. The update just rolled out hours ago so you might have to wait a day or two if you cannot seem to find the same.
Stay tuned to PhonesWiki for more such updates!