Within days of the Oxygen OS 5.0 upgrade being revoked due to a bug, OnePlus is now moving out the Oxygen OS 5.0.1 upgrade to the OnePlus 5. A ‘staged rollout’ of the Oxygen OS 5.0.1 upgrade is an improvement. The change log continues to be just like the first edition, apart from a couple of developments such as bug repairs for third celebration digicam applications and repairs for system problems for Western providers. The upgrade will not be appropriate for devices that have an unlocked bootloader; customers will have to re-lock and effort the upgrade again.
In an upgrade to the original forum post, a OnePlus staff member mentioned that the global release of OxygenOS 5.0 on OnePlus 5 has been cancelled because of a bug in the build. This will be changed by the more recent Oxygen OS 5.0.1, a partial release of which will be pushed out soon. After two open beta releases, OnePlus 5 had started getting the Android 8.0 Oreo-based OxygenOS 5.0 update late last month. This upgrade contains the Face Unlock that was obtained from the more new OnePlus 5T.
Notably, the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T became the first cell phones from the company to take advantage of the newest Oxygen OS 5.0.1 upgrade. The upgrade comes with the latest December Android security patch, support for aptX HD, a new Wi-Fi hotspot manager, the new flexible method display calibration, and other bug repairs.
The OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T have already obtained the newest Oxygen OS 5.0.1 upgrade last 7 days. It contributes functions like a new Wi-Fi hotspot administrator, an ‘adaptive mode’ display calibration, and other bug fixes and developments.