OnePlus 3 was well received by consumers and the market, but some smartphone owners encountered issues with the smartphone. One of the most prominent issue regarded RAM management on the OnePlus 3. OnePlus has just released OxygenOS 3.2.0, which comes with multiple fixes including improved RAM management.
OnePlus has began rolling out theupdate for the . The update contains all sort of fixes, including enhanced RAM management, sRGB mode, camera quality fixes and more. The update came after some users complained about the way OnePlus 3 made use of its 6GB of RAM.
The update brings enabled sRGB mode in developer options, as well as improved RAM and GPS management. Moreover, OnePlus has enhanced audio playback quality and updated the custom icon packs on the OnePlus 3.
OnePlus added the latest Google security patches to OxygenOS 3.2.0
In addition, some issues that users had with notifications were fixed and camera quality and functionality were also improved. OnePlus announced that the company improved issues in the Gallery and added the latest Google security patches, so that personal information on the phone would be safe. Some bugs in the clock/music apps were also fixed.
The size of the update is quite large, 396MB but it should contain all the improvements that many users have patiently awaited. One of the biggest issues with the OnePlus 3 regarded RAM management, especially since the 6GB of RAM in the phone was the main selling point.
A few weeks ago, OnePlus announced that it was working on this newand that users could adjust RAM management in third-party ROMs. They needed to edit the phone’s build.prop file and change the app’s limits so that the smartphone would perform better.
The update to OxygenOS already started rolling out and should arrive to devices within 48 hours.