A ROM to install the beta of 7.0 Nougat on 3T OnePlus Android made its appearance on the web. If it’s still risky to download it, android 7.0 update galaxy s7, it proves that this smartphone should not delay in officially enjoy the latest version of the operating system.
The public beta of 7.0 Nougat for OnePlus 3 Android is available since a few weeks. android 7.0 nougat review, Out more recently, 3T OnePlus yet got the same treatment. But things would soon change.
Indeed, on XDA developers – a platform specializing in the pooling of resources for the development of mobile software – windows 7 product key , a user shared a ROM to install Android 7.0 Nougat on the OnePlus 3 T. The operating system comes version 4.0 OS Oxygen, the House of the manufacturer interface.
Android 7.0 releases next month, with the 8/5 security patch. Sorry Nexus 5 owners, no Nougat for you 😢
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 30, 2016
Oh, Android Nougat is available from the owners of Nexus 5 X, 6 p and their predecessors, and should be completed by autumn on of likely new devices designed in partnership with Google. Soon will start the race to updates to this Android 7.0, windows 7 professional product key, always complex on the side of the mobile terminal manufacturers. So here’s what we know Updates policy scheduled for brands such as HTC, Lenovo, Sony… until their competitors say a little more.
He is also a beta version which is apparently similar to that of the OnePlus 3 (beta 8).
Attention to the bugs
We will not advise you to go download this build, as we can not guarantee that it works perfectly, windows 7 product key 2017, even if the author of the post on XDA developers says that he has no problem. However this ROM tends to prove that OnePlus is actively working to update its newest terminal.
A few days before our OnePlus 3 T-test, a source told us that Nougat should disembark on the smartphone in the month of December. The manufacturer is thus more or less at the time.
A newer version of the build has been shared in the comments of the original post. But it seems very bugged and causes including the bootloops, making the device unusable. So once again: caution is the mother of safety.