The missing photos issue in the OnePlus Gallery is now gone
The issue surfaced a long time ago, after which the company fixed it. The issue reappeared several weeks ago, and the company seems to have fixed it now. I’ve experienced this issue myself, and it sure is annoying, I had to switch to a third-party gallery app.
In any case, this is not the only issue that got fixed in this update. The company also fixed the slow-motion video editing. This fix started to roll out to some users last month, but it’s now rolling out to everyone.
OnePlus even removed slow-motion video editing briefly, after which it returned, but with issues. It seems to have been fixed now, though. All the images and videos on your phone should show up in the OnePlus Gallery app now.
If you’ve been having issues sharing photos from the gallery, that should not be an issue any longer either. The same goes for some issues with a red tint.
If you own a OnePlus TV, you’ll be glad to know that the company added a new feature here. You can now project your photos directly to your OnePlus TV from the OnePlus Gallery app.
The company also enabled 4K60fps video editing
On top of everything, 4K60fps video editing has also been enabled in this gallery app. That is a nice touch by the company.
Do note that some of these features were available to some of you for some time now. They are now rolling out as a package to everyone who has the app installed on a phone. That includes only OnePlus phones, though.
The OnePlus Gallery app will look considerably different once OxygenOS 11 comes knocking. The company redesigned the app completely for Android 11-based OxygenOS 11.
The new Gallery app is already available in the first OxygenOS 11 beta build that the company started rolling out recently. That beta update is available for the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro as we speak.
Those two phones are expected to get a stable build of OxygenOS 11 next month. We’re only guessing at this point, as the company didn’t confirm anything, but OxygenOS arrived in September last year.
The update will first arrive for the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro, probably, and then for the OnePlus Nord. It is possible that it will land on all three phones at the same time, though, we’ll have to wait and see.