The newly launched OnePlus 5 has already witnessed a slew of firmware upgrades. Now, the company has released yet another update for the OnePlus 5 in the form of Oxygen OS 4.5.5, making it the third OTA update to arrive on the smartphone since last week. The size of the update weighs in at 59MB.
According to OnePlus, the above-mentioned update is an important one as it brings multiple optimizations and bug fixes. For instance, Oxygen OS 4.5.5 update improves Wi-Fi connectivity, offers improved voice calling, lesser battery drain while recording videos, along with other improvements.
Elsewhere, it fixes other issues that users were earlier reported. The W-Fi signal consistently being display as weak or no signal with a Windows 10 PC has been fixed. It also patches the issue of certain apps that were unable to function under IPv6 network settings. Finally, the update also notes that vibration intensity while receiving a call has also been made a lot subtle. Below is complete changelog of the Oxygen OS 4.5.5 update.
- Improvements to Wi-Fi connectivity
- Clearer voice calling
- Video recording now consumes less battery
- Vibration intensity while incoming calls is now tweaked to a gentler level
- Fixed Wi-Fi signal consistently being displayed as weak
- Fixed certain apps not able to work under IPv6 network settings
- To restore connectivity to a Windows 10 PC, please turn off USB debugging prior to the upgrade
Readers are reminded that being an incremental update, Oxygen OS 4.5.5 is likely to roll out in phases and might take a while show up on your OnePlus 5. In the meantime, you can manually check whether your device has received the upgrade by going to your device’s Settings menu. The OnePlus 5 is available in the US in two variants – 6GB RAM/64GB storage and 8GB RAM/128GB storage. The price of both the variants is at $479 and $549 respectively.