If you are experiencing some issues with your OnePlus 3, find out that you’re not the only one! The Chinese manufacturer is aware of this and released a hotfix update for the handset, in order to fix alert slider-related and lagging issues. OxygenOS 3.2.7 for OnePlus 3 is a minor update, with a size of just 6.7 MB, and it’s currently rolling out over-the-air. However, if you don’t want to wait until it reaches your handset, you can install it manually as well!
Below you can find a quick guide on how to do it, so, without much further ado, let’s put OxygenOS 3.2.7 for OnePlus 3 on your phone!
- Fixes ringtone issues, related to the alert slider
- Fixes lagging, during specific gaming sessions
Important Notes –
Before installing the update on your OnePlus 3, here are a few aspects you should really consider:
- This method works just for the OnePlus 3. Don’t try it on another device.
- The update won’t erase any of your data, but it’s advisable to perform a full backup of your device, in order to avoid an unpleasant situation.
- Make sure that the phone has a battery level above 60%, so you can avoid an accidental shutdown. Our recommendation is to start with a fully charged battery.
Download OxygenOS 3.2.7 For OnePlus 3
Install OxygenOS 3.2.7 On OnePlus 3
Non Rooted Users
Step 1: Download the OxygenOS 3.2.7 zip file and save it on your PC.
Step 2: Go to Settings > About and tap the Build Number 7 times. This will enable Developer Options.
Step 3: In Developer Options, enable USB Debugging.
Step 4: Download the ADB and fastboot driver and install it on your PC.
Step 5: Copy the file downloaded at Step 1 in the folder where ADB is installed.
Step 6: Turn off your OnePlus 3 and boot into Recovery Mode.
Step 7: Pick the Install from ADB Sideload method.
Step 8: Connect your phone to a PC.
Step 9: Press Shift + Right click on the OxygenOS 3.2.7 for OnePlus 3, in order to open a command.
Step 10: Type adb devices and check your connection. If your device is listed, you can proceed to flashing the ROM.
Step 11: Type adb sideload file name.zip in order to being the updating process.
Step 12: After the process is completed, reboot your phone.
Step 1: Make sure your phone has TWRP Recovery installed
Step 2: Download the OxygenOS 3.2.7 for OnePlus 3, using the link above, and save it on your phone.
Step 3: Reboot your phone into Recovery Mode and perform a Nandroid backup.
Step 4: Go to Wipe > Advanced Wipe and Select Dalvik and Cache. Swipe in order to confirm the wiping.
Step 5: Go back to the menu and click on the Install Menu. Select the OxygenOS 3.2.7 file.
Step 6: Swipe in order to begin flashing the file.
Step 7: Go again to Wipe > Advanced Wipe and this time, select only Wipe Dalvik & Cache.
Step 8: Flash SuperSU in order to maintain your root.
And that’s it, you have successfully managed to install OxygenOS 3.2.7 for OnePlus 3! If you have any questions related to the process or encounter issues, feel free to contact us, using the comments section below!