OxygenOS 3.2.6 update rolls out for OnePlus 3 loaded with important bug fixes

OnePlus hasn’t had a lot of time lately for its characteristic advertising shenanigans and often controversial stunts, throwing just the one obligatory jab at the headphone jack-killing iPhone 7 as it seems to be investing substantial effort into a few software update programs.

In addition to “actively merging” the China-exclusive HydrogenOS and international OxygenOS Android port, as well as working with the “community” to stabilize the latter’s 3.5 build, and most importantly, finally prepping Marshmallow for the X, the ambitious OEM has started the “incremental” OxygenOS 3.2.6 rollout for the OnePlus 3 the other day.

The newest affordable flagship device presented a bunch of vexing system flaws off the bat, some of which have already been tended to. Other bugs, concerning camera quality first and foremost, but also Bluetooth reliability, adaptive brightness performance, battery consumption and touch accuracy, are only now squashed.

We say better late than never, especially as far as fixes for “occasional green/yellow issues”, optimized white balance, and improved 1080p video recording are concerned. As always, you’re advised to remain patient if the phased OTA doesn’t reach your OnePlus 3 unit immediately, and any sort of feedback will be greatly appreciated.

Source: OnePlus Forums

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