OnePlus 7 Series Gets OnePlus Buds Support, Chromatic Reading & More

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OnePlus has started rolling out a new update for the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro. The OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro are receiving OnePlus Buds support via that update, along with some other features / improvements.

This update is marked as OxygenOS 10.0.7 in the EU, while it’s known as OxygenOS 10.3.4 in India and other markets. The update is rolling out in stages, like every other OxygenOS update.

That means that not everyone will get it straight away. Some of you may get it in an hour, others in a couple of hours, while some of you already got it. Just be patient, it’s coming.

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There is always a chance OnePlus will halt the update if problems arise, but that is not a frequent occurrence. In any case, let’s check out what exactly does this update brings, shall we.

This update brings full OnePlus Buds support to the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro

First and foremost, this update for the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro brings full support for OnePlus Buds, the company’s first pair of TWS earbuds. On top of that, you’ll get a variety of new clock styles that you can customize.

The company has also fixed the double tap gesture. Some users had problems with it in some settings. This update also brings a new Android security patch, a security patch for July.

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The company has also added a new reading mode to the two phones, the Chromatic effect option. This option will adapt color range and saturation intelligently for a better reading experience. You can enable this in Settings -> Display -> Reading mode -> Turn on reading mode -> Chromatic effect.

Some Bluetooth-related fixes are also included here. The company has adapted the devices to Bluetooth hearing aid app connection under the Android 10 Audio Streaming for Hearing Aid (ASHA) Agreement.

The last entry in this changelog has to do with ‘Network’. OnePlus has fixed the wrong display of names of inserted SIM cards for different carriers.

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This is a stable update, by the way. It will roll out your way only if you are currently running a stable build of OxygenOS on your phone. If you’re running a beta version, you’ll need to revert back.

Installing a VPN won't help you get this update faster

Do note that installing a VPN probably won’t help you get the update faster. This update is not region-based, it is rolling out to users randomly, so just be patient.

If you’re still unsure whether to download the update or not, you can always consult other users. Hit this link in order to access a forum post dedicated to this update, and see what other users are saying.

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