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Sunday
Aug112019

Bluetooth certification filing sheds more light on the OnePlus Smart TV

Thibault Penin on Unsplash / OnePlus

It's not exactly a secret that OnePlus plans to launch its own Smart TV. The biggest draw is that it'll launch at a "very competitive price." But not much else is known about until this new Bluetooth certification filing was discovered. It shows the possible screen sizes that will be available at launch (43", 55", 65", and 75")  and that it'll support Bluetooth 5.0 to connect the remote to the TV. And according to the documents, the model numbers seem to incorporate region codes, which at this moment include China (CN), United States (US), and India (IN). The Bluetooth filing also revealed that the Smart TV will be an Android TV. The TV is expected to launch in early 2020.

Source: T3

Wednesday
Jul032019

OnePlus clarifies the random notifications some OnePlus 7 Pro users received

If you’re a OnePlus 7 Pro user and received a baffling notification on your phone, then you should know you’re not alone and it was a mistake. The company clarified that the push notification wasn’t a result of a hack or attack. Instead, it was an error on the company’s part as they’re testing the Android Q update that’s set to be released later this year. OnePlus assures its users that their personal information wasn’t at risk and the company is implementing new processes to prevent this issue from happening again. The notifications the users got were jumbled up English letters and non-standard characters. When the notification is pressed, it would open up the web browser and show a “Page not found” message.

Source: 9to5Google

Sunday
May262019

Latest OxygenOS update improves camera and system features on the OnePlus 7 Pro

OnePlus just rolled out OxygenOS 9.5.4 (international) or 9.5.5 (EU) for the OnePlus 7 Pro that improves both the camera and overall stability of the device. The features Double Tap to Wake and Ambient Display have been optimized. An issue involving delayed audio with the Bluetooth headset while playing games has also been fixed. When it comes to the camera, image quality when shooting in HDR has also been improved. The same goes for low light photos. OnePlus also fixed white balance and focus issues. There are also the usual bug fixes and improvements included in the update.

According to Android Police, if you use a VPN to connect to Canada, you can grab the update now. Or you can wait for the OTA to come to your device.

Wednesday
May222019

OnePlus 3/3T finally receive stable Android Pie update

OnePlus has steadily been updating its product line with the latest version of Android. This time the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T are getting the stable version of Android Pie through OxygenOS 9.0.2. Its beta version was released to community members last month. Some of the features OnePlus 3/3T users can expect include Do Not Disturb with a specific time range, Gaming Mode 3.0, Phone app’s support for Google Duo, and Camera app’s support for Google Lens. Aside from getting the latest version of Android that’s available, the April 2019 security patches are also making their way to these two phones.

Source: XDA Developers