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  • Anonymous

alaa khalifa, 10 Apr 2021Hello, Will this mobile be receiving Android 11? Than... moreNope, android 10 was the last update

alaa khalifa, 10 Apr 2021Hello, Will this mobile be receiving Android 11? Than... moreNo, use a custom ROM

Hello, I have a camera problem when I take a video I have to save a lot of time

Hello,

Will this mobile be receiving Android 11?

Thank you.

  • Anonymous

Jasly, 17 Mar 2021Any OnePlus 5T user, willing to buy OnePlus 9 series?No, don't do it.. Snapdragon 888 big no for me.. Rather wait another one year or take oneplus 8T/9R

  • Sevens21

Fatah, 05 Sep 2020Do not buy, there are a lot of complain about touch screen ... moreTrue got same issue a week ago. So sad everything looks fine after 4yrs of usage. Still looks brandnew until touch won't functioning. Sad sad

I was using one plus 5T 8GB 128 GB variant sence jan 2018 believe me still no complain battery camera evry thing working perfectly i used lots of others phones but still this is my best phone till date one pf the beat phone from.onenplus 👍👍👍👍

  • Anonymous

Beast of a phone. Using it for more than 3 years...still smooth as ever....

  • kumar

i have oneplus 5t its very good phone until a small update came then i have facing a problem to connect the phone to laptop trough usb cable and OTG......
please help

  • Mgb

Jasly, 17 Mar 2021Any OnePlus 5T user, willing to buy OnePlus 9 series?Yesssss, im a oneplus 5t user willing to have the 9 pro or the gaming variant

Anonymous, 14 Mar 2021@alaa khalifa From what you are stating it would seem that... moreThank you very much for your reply and caring. Yes, my 5T is working in any WiFi perfectly without any issue. As you and the Network Administrator said, the issue is from the Access Point in the company as it might be backward compatibility and also some other users are unable to connect and not only me.

Once again, Thank you.

  • Jasly

Any OnePlus 5T user, willing to buy OnePlus 9 series?

  • Anonymous

alaa khalifa, 13 Mar 2021Hello and Thank you very much for your reply. I did you... more@alaa khalifa
From what you are stating it would seem that there is nothing wrong with the settings on your phone but that the problem lies with the network that you are trying to connect to. If your OP 3T can connect to the server but your OP 5T cannot then the latter has been blocked from connecting for some reason.

Anonymous, 13 Mar 2021@alaa khalifa Goto Settings/Wi-Fi & Internet/Wi-Fi. Fi... moreHello and Thank you very much for your reply.

I did your steps but still doesn't work. weirdly, my OP 5T is working om any Wifi, like in house, caffee, wherever i go, except in this company. When I asked the Network Admin, he told me maybe there is compatibility issue as some other users also they are facing the same issue. Later on, I brought my OP 3T and it is worked immediately. What do you conclude?

  • Anonymous

alaa khalifa, 04 Mar 2021Hello, Since I bought it was excellent phone, but recently ... more@alaa khalifa
Goto Settings/Wi-Fi & Internet/Wi-Fi. Find the router that you are trying to connect to and press the setting icon - the gear wheel. Tap that and select Forget. Then reconnect.

Hello, Since I bought it was excellent phone, but recently battery started to drain and when I connect to WiFi it is showing on saved without connecting. What do I do please?

Thank you for your suggestion in advance.

  • asdf

Great phone

  • Aniket

Damion, 16 Nov 2020I've had a OnePlus 5T since it launched and it's ... morePlease Rollback to Nougat. I was on Oreo, I rolled back to Nougat. Loving the Classic feel

  • Damion

I've had a OnePlus 5T since it launched and it's been my daily driver for the past 3 years, without fault. OxygenOS 10 (Android 10) has brought it's own little hiccups, such as the temporary removal of EIS until a future update. The phone however still moves as fast as ever, and has handled falls and even light water immersion on multiple occasions (I've carefully 'washed' the phone). And even 3 years later, I'm pleasantly surprised and happy to report that I still get roughly 24 hours' worth of battery life with normal use. I firmly believe OnePlus were at their absolute peak with this phone, especially for the price. Can't say the same for their products/prices now but the 5T was no joke. I've come from the Google Nexus line, having owned a Nexus 5, and 5X (I love the barebones android experience), and the performance of the 5T was an easy upgrade on all accounts (except camera of course; Google always crushed it in that department). Would definitely recommend this phone still, even now in 2020.

I ordered this model directly from OnePlus website on November 23, 2017. The built-in quality of the phone is very good, the screen is not broken even after falling a few times from the beginning.
I will have 3 years of this model next week, exactly eleven months later when it was under warranty, I changed it battery free and there was rubbish inside the mic which I cleaned from the local service in HK.
Battery life is still good after two years.
In the first year, the speaker of the phone call was such that the voice from the other side could be heard screaming inside the ears, but the software update solved the problem, then I had another problem which was also reported on the OnePlus forum. During the call, the screen would automatically turn on and off, which would open the phone call to someone else or open another app.
But with the update to Android 10, that problem has been solved.

The phone is working well and all the flagship models of the current era seem to me slightly upgraded from the OnePlus 5T but not so much that I prefer them over this model as it has still very good performance.