OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T only in the near past software program replace that introduced a number of bug fixes and the Android safety patch for May. While the OxygenOS 126.96.36.199 replace had improved system fluency, digicam fixes, and 4G, Wi-Fi connectivity within the changelog, there was no point out of the bitmoji AOD (Always-on-Display) feature.
Now OnePlus responding to the question concerning the feature on a OnePlus Forums thread stated that the AOD feature received’t be coming to the OnePlus 7 series altogether. The dialog as posted by Gizmo China was between a buyer and the assist workers.
The assist workers cited that as a consequence of ‘hardware variation,’ the AOD feature that’s out there on the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 8T series received’t make its method to the 2019 OnePlus fashions. While the Research and Development group experimented with a number of adaptation schemes and added the feature to the Open Beta model 3, the corporate couldn’t get the specified optimization when it was added to the steady model. Hence, the feature needed to take away from the replace, the assist workers added.
However, the assist workers stated that if customers need to entry the feature they will revert again to Open Beta 4 model. To recall, OnePlus launched the Always-On Display feature with Android 11 based mostly OxygenOS 11 and it got here pre-installed on the OnePlus 8T. The feature is accessible on the newest OnePlus 9 flagship series as nicely.
As for the OnePlus 7, 7T’s OxygenOS 188.8.131.52 firmware replace, the newest replace will convey enchancment with the swiping in Shelf, and the loading pace of preview photos. The replace additionally brings fixes to the digicam’s zooming performance in macro mode, and points with some buttons whereas utilizing the Nightscape mode. The incremental replace was rolling out in a phased method, which suggests it can take time to succeed in all of the customers. Those having both the OnePlus 7 or the OnePlus 7T cellphone can examine for the replace by heading to the Settings > System > Update.