OnePlus 5 Gets Better With OxygenOS 4.5.10 Update

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OnePlus has rolled out OxygenOS 4.5.10 update for the recently launched OnePlus 5 on an incremental basis. The update is currently being rolled out via OTA and it ships with several improvements and bug fixes surrounding camera, launcher, phone and the overall system.

Talking about the camera features, the OxygenOS 4.5.10 update reduces photo noise including improved camera stability. Moreover, the update includes improvements to 60fps video noise and texture. The update also adds country information of photographers in shot on OnePlus Launcher.

The OxygenOS 4.5.10 update provides fixes for accidental touch and also resolves display issue on calling screen including enhancement of calls over Reliance Jio. Previously, users have reported issues when the calling functionality when the phone is used with Jio.

After the installation of the OxygenOS 4.5.10 update, the OnePlus 5 will work with improved stability. Moreover, the company has enhanced the Wi-Fi functionality and resolved clarity issue of videos captured by SnapShot app. The update also fixes display issues associated with the new font and scrolling issues with Play Music.

Like in the case of all the previous updates, the OxygenOS 4.5.10 update is pushed on an incremental basis via over the air. Hence, the update will reach a small percentage of users followed by a mass rollout.

If you are unable to view a message notification regarding the update, it will take few days to hit your device. Alternatively, you can also manually check the presence of the update by tapping Settings menu.

Before proceeding to install the update, it is advisable to charge the handset up to 90% and establish connectivity with Wi-Fi to avoid excess data charges. However, if you are using a Reliance Jio 4G connectivity, you will be able to easily install the software bits provided the capacity of the update is less than 900MB.

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