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No more OxygenOS software updates for these OnePlus devices

OnePlus devices OxygenOS updates

OnePlus keeps rolling out the latest security patches and major OxygenOS software updates for its devices. On the flip side, the company also continues to push the non-eligible devices to the end-of-life (EOL) lists.

Consequently, today we will acknowledge which of the OnePlus devices will not get any OxygenOS software updates in the time ahead. Further, we will also learn the reason why the tech maker used to follow this old tradition with their smart gadgets.

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Every smartphone appears with new techs and tools on the surface. At the same time, the manufacturers also impose top-end tweaks and features to their software products to refine and enhance the user experience.

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However, these software products often don’t fit appropriately in some handsets due to their old and incompatible mechanisms. As a result, the company needs to push such devices to the EOL list and halt the update distribution for them.

OnePlus devices OxygenOS updates

Similarly, OnePlus also aligns such kinds of devices to the end-of-life sequence and prohibits the new version push. Recently, the company pushed off an update for the 7 series, which raise the expectations of users. Hence, you can check the devices that will not receive OxygenOS updates, below.

  • OnePlus 7
  • OnePlus 7 Pro
  • OnePlus 7T
  • OnePlus 7T Pro
  • OnePlus 6
  • OnePlus 6T
  • OnePlus Nord N100
  • OnePlus Nord N10

Although, the company is aware of the fact that many users still rely on the old models due to their effective functioning. Thus, it could frequently roll out some important builds and firmware.

A good example of this scenario is the OnePlus 7 series recently received a new update, despite the software support ending. The updated circulation and distribution pattern of new builds totally depends on OnePlus.

The dilemma for OnePlus 8, Nord CE 2 Lite, and Nord 2T still continues for whether they will get the OxygenOS 14 (Android 14) update or not. Let’s see how many more devices will get the EOL certification in the time ahead.


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