OnePlus recently rolled out new OxygenOS updates to the OnePlus Nord and the OnePlus 8 family that brought in necessary support for their first pair of truly wireless earbuds — the OnePlus Buds. In a similar fashion, the OnePlus 6 and the OnePlus 6T have now picked up a new stable build of OxygenOS that not only enables official support for the OnePlus Buds on the device duo, but also brings over the July 2020 security patches.
According to a recent post on the OnePlus Community forums, the OEM has started the incremental rollout of OxygenOS 10.3.5 for the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T. Besides the bump in the Android security patch level (SPL), the update also addresses an issue related to frequent crashing of Google Chrome on these phones. Moreover, the new build of OxygenOS includes a fix for the black screen bug while opening the OnePlus Logkit app. For those not familiar with OnePlus Logkit, it is a handy built-in diagnostic app to collect device logs which can be executed by dialing *#800# in stock dialer.
You can find the complete changelog for this update below:
OxygenOS 10.3.5 Changelog for the OnePlus 6 & 6T
Optimized RAM management
Newly adapted OnePlus Buds, easier to take advantage of wireless connection
Fixed the crash issue when browsing on Chrome
Fixed the black screen issue when opening logkit
Improved system stability and fixed general bugs
Updated Android Security Patch to 2020.07
Updated GMS package to 2020.05
Thanks to OnePlus Community user MMuralidhar for the screenshot!
Download OxygenOS 10.3.5 for the OnePlus 6 & 6T
The company is following a staggered rollout model, which means they are rolling out the update to a handful of users first. If no critical issue pops up during the initial phase, the rollout will gradually be expanding to more devices over the coming days. However, you can grab the appropriate update package for your model from the index below and freely sideload it right away.