OxygenOS update 10.3.3 for OnePlus 6 & 6T

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OnePlus has begun the OTA, (Over The Air), rollout of their new stable Android 10 OxygenOS firmware, 10.3.3, for OnePlus 6T, McLaren and OnePlus 6 users.

This is the 11th Android 10 stock/beta release in 7 months.

As always, there will be a limited roll out initially, followed by the global roll out in a few days.

Build date = 14th April 2020

Download size = 1.87GB

Changelog


  • System
    • Fixed the issue with a black screen randomly appearing while playing games
    • Updated GMS package to 2020.02
    • Updated Android Security Patch to 2020.04
    • Improved system stability and fixed general bugs
  • Network updates
    • Integrated VoLTE & VoWifi support for Telenor - Denmark
    • Integrated VoWifi support for RJIO - India
  • Cloud Sync updates [India only]
    • Updated the CloudService to Version 2.0

Android security patch = April 2020

Camera version = 3.8.114 (TBC)

This is the 18th official, stable, update for the 6T in 530 days. 1 update on average, every 29 days

(N.B. OxygenOS 10.3.3 is not available for the T-Mobile (USA) carrier minority variant)
 
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Re: [*NEW*] OxygenOS update 10.3.3 for OnePlus 6 & 6T

Oxygen Updater, free from the Play Store

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Re: [*NEW*] OxygenOS update 10.3.3 for OnePlus 6 & 6T

Why do you think it's such a huge file? Seems like a lot for just under-the-hood stuff (but I willingly admit, what do I know?)
 

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Why do you think it's such a huge file? Seems like a lot for just under-the-hood stuff (but I willingly admit, what do I know?)

That is the FULL file download for those who are rooted. Oxygen Updater haver not been able to get their hands on the incremental OTA update yet.

The incremental OTA file size for those already on OxygenOS 10.3.2 and are unrooted, is 232MB

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That is the FULL file download for those who are rooted. Oxygen Updater haver not been able to get their hands on the incremental OTA update yet.

The incremental OTA file size for those already on OxygenOS 10.3.2 and are unrooted, is 232MB

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Does it matter that I installed it, even though I'm not rooted? OU notified me but I didn't catch the part about being rooted.
 

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Does it matter that I installed it, even though I'm not rooted? OU notified me but I didn't catch the part about being rooted.

It does not matter. In fact, I would always recommend the full version.
 

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It does not matter. In fact, I would always recommend the full version.

I see. In the past I've always just had the incremental updates pushed...don't know that I've ever seen the full like that. I wonder if one of my OU settings is off.
 

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Interesting. Incremental is checked. Oh well, not complaining. Full update is better than no update. Also better than a sharp stick in the eye.
 

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Interesting. Incremental is checked. Oh well, not complaining. Full update is better than no update. Also better than a sharp stick in the eye.

Full update in my opinion is always best. Seem to encounter less issues if you install the full update.
 

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Full update in my opinion is always best. Seem to encounter less issues if you install the full update.

I totally agree - I always do full, followed by clearing cache - and I have never had any issues.
 

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