Jun 26 AT 12:12 PM Evan Selleck 0 Comments

OnePlus 5 getting updated to OxygenOS 4.5.2


It hasn’t even been a week since the OnePlus 5 was officially announced, and the handset doesn’t go on sale until tomorrow, but OnePlus is already issuing its first software update for the OP5.

Today, OnePlus confirmed that it is updating the OnePlus 5 to OxygenOS 4.5.2, which focuses on optimizations for a variety of apps on the device and fixes some bugs. This update will address issues that some might have had with software updates and installing apps.

There are also optimizations in place for Bluetooth connectivity, system stability, the camera, and more. Here are the bullet points, provided by OnePlus over at its forums:

Bug fixes:

  • App installation issue
  • System update failure


  • Camera
  • Bluetooth stability
  • Network stability
  • System stability
  • Compatibility with 3rd party apps

The new software is rolling out now, so those who get their hands on the OnePlus 5 should have it waiting for them when they set up their new handset.

Do you plan on picking up a OnePlus 5?

Source: OnePlus forums

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