After rolling out the latest software update to the recently launched OnePlus 6, Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has started to roll out Oxygen OS 5.1.2 update to the OnePlus 5 and the OnePlus 5T. The latest update brings the Android security patch of May 2018 along with some bug fixes. Also according to reports, the company has removed the Always-On display feature from the OnePlus 6 flagship device.
According to the official OnePlus forum, the OnePlus 5 and the OnePlus 5T are receiving the Oxygen OS 5.1.2 update now. The update comes with a file size of 1.6GB although it may vary from user to user. As per the changelog of the update, it includes the Android Security patch dated May 2018 along with a fix for the autorotation stability issue. Apart from that, the updates also include a new Places tab that provides the users with information about the location of photos in a form of a map. It also fixes a WiFi connection issue reported by some users, a microphone issue for AKG earphones and also brings double-tap to lock screen to the launcher.
The update is currently rolled out in a phased manner, which means all the users will not receive the update at once. However, if you want to check whether the update is available or not, you can do so by diving to Settings>System Updates. Users can also download the update from the official OnePlus forum and then follow the instructions to install. It is recommended to take a backup of all the files before proceeding with the update process.
Meanwhile, the OnePlus 6 which was unveiled a few days ago, received its first update on the day of its launch. The new update brought features like the ability to hide the notch along with some bug fixes and stability updates. Now as per reports, the company has removed the Always-On display feature that was part of the same update. The feature was said to be present on the OnePlus 6 before the rollout of the Oxygen OS 5.1.3 update.