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OnePlus 3 and 3T Gets OxygenOS 4.1.3 Update with Increased System Stability

OxygenOS 4.1.3 update has begun to roll out to OnePlus 3 and 3T. It brings increased system stability to the flagship smartphones as well as a handful of bug fixes. With a download size of just 30 MB, the OxygenOS 4.1.3 does not feature any major changes.

Coming to the changelog, it is pretty much the same as the previous OxygenOS 4.1.1 update. The only additional thing in the OxygenOS 4.1.3 is system stability improvements. Nevertheless, OnePlus may have added some undisclosed fixes into the latest update package.

Below is the official changelog of OxygenOS 4.1.3 Update for OnePlus 3 and 3T:

  • Upgraded Android 7.1.1
  • Added expanded screenshots
  • Improved picture taking of moving objects with blur reduction
  • Improved video stability when recording
  • Improved Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Improved Bluetooth connectivity
  • Fixed Instagram swiping bug
  • Fixed hardware buttons malfunction bug
  • Increased system stability
  • General bug fixes

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As with every OxygenOS update, this one is also being rolled out incrementally. This means, only a handful of users will receive it in first one or two days. After that, the update will be pushed to other OnePlus 3 and 3T owners.

Needless to say, the OxygenOS 4.1.3 is an OTA (Over The Air) update. Thus, the installation is automatic and hassle free. Your phone can download and install the update on its own if ‘auto-update’ is turned on. Otherwise, you need to go to the update section of the settings and manually start the updating procedure.

Speaking of the download size, it is only 30 MB for the ones who are already running OxygenOS 4.1.1 on their devices.

Also Read: OxygenOS 4.1 Brings Android 7.1.1 Update to OnePlus 3 and 3T

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