With the OnePlus 6 receiving Android Pie and the OnePlus 6T on the horizon, you’d expect the company’s older flagships to be on the backburner. That doesn’t appear to be the case at all, as while the OnePlus 3 and the OnePlus 3T haven’t gotten it yet, they will be getting Android Pie in the
The OnePlus Switch application was released at the beginning of this year and makes migrating to a new OnePlus smartphone as easy as possible. At first it wasn’t all too great, however, it has really improved over time. You can transfer over your application data, your downloads, and pretty much everything else you can think of, but
Paranoid Android Oreo launched for Sony phones earlier, but now it’s available for OnePlus phones, too.
Many of our readers might remember Paranoid Android. It was once a top contender in the Android ROM scene for many different reasons: Innovative features, a slick user interface, you name it. The ROM lost much of its steam after the Android 4.4 KitKat builds, but they eventually returned with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and later,
Since Android Pie was announced and its source code made available on AOSP, the developer community on our forums has been hard at work building the latest release for their devices. Although the stable, official Android 9 Pie release is currently only available for the Google Pixel/Pixel XL, Google Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL, and Essential