If you are looking for a way to update your OnePlus 7 Pro to Android 10, we have the answer you seek. OnePlus 7 Pro hit the market in May 2019 to a loud welcome by fans of the brand. It is a flagship smartphone that oozed power and style. Launching with Android 9 Pie software with OnePlus’ custom skin, OxygenOS 10.0.5, out of the box, it was ready for primetime and it met expectations.
OnePlus has been impressive with Android 10 updates and quickly released the Android 10 update for the 7 Pro a few weeks after Google released the software, but some users have not been able to get that update. Some users are buying the phone in 2020 and finding that it still runs Android 9. The expectation is that OnePlus would have updated them by now before shipping.
But if the devices were already packed and packaged before Android 10 began rolling out, it is understandable that buyers of that batch of OnePlus 7 Pro are still finding that their spanking new toys run a slightly dated software. No problem; right? All they have to do is head to Settings on their phone, find the Software Update menu, search for available updates and download them to bring their device up-to-date.
However, it is disappointment that many OnePlus 7 Pro users have met, when they did that and their beloved smartphones told them that their Android 9-based operating system is up-to-date. Perhaps you are one of them. You know for a fact that Android 10 update is available for the OnePlus 7 Pro, so it can’t be truly up-to-date.
What then is the problem? Why is your precious OnePlus phone telling you that there are no updates? You have tried again and again, but keep getting the same message.
How can you update your OnePlus 7 Pro to Android 10?
You can update your OnePlus 7 Pro to Android 10 by using an app called Oxygen Updater. It is a very useful app that assists in delivering available software updates to your OnePlus phone in a speedy manner. It actually gets the updates to you faster than if you had to wait for the oficial notificatiion.
Oxygen Updater is not an official app from OnePlus, but the work of an independemt 3rd party app developer. As such, it is important to note that OnePlus, the developer of the app, and even MobilityArena are not responsible for the consequences of anything going wrong if you choose to use this app. You use it at your own risk.
A question that may be running in your mind is, “Where does this app source its updates from?” It is normal to be worried about that. The good news is that the app downloads official updates directly from OnePlus servers. It just does it faster than OnePlus’ own update system.
How OnePlus Updater works to update your OnePlus 7 Pro to Android 10
- Download Oxygen Updater from Google Play Store HERE and install it on your phone.
- Run the app and follow the instructions to download and install Android 10 to your phone.
That is it! In a few minutes, you should have your OnePlus 7 Pro updated to Android 10. Note that during the update process, your smartphone will restart. If possible, make sure you have a full battery, or as close to that as possible, before starting the update process.
A member of the MobilityArena team had trouble and could not update is OnePlus 7 Pro to Android 10, found this app in the Play Store and successfully used it to update his device.
The Oxygen Updater app works the same way for other OnePlus models. As a matter of fact, the developer is so on top of things that oxygen Updater already supports the spanking new OnePlus Nord.
PS: Don’t forget that you use this app and update your phone at your own risk. Neither the author nor MobilityArena takes responsibility for the consequences of you using this app to update your OnePlus 7 Pro to Android 10 – or to any other future version of Android OS.
Founder of MobilityArena. Yomi’s journey in mobile started in 2001. Besides obsessing over mobile phones, he also started creating WAP sites (early mobile-friendly websites created with WML). He began writing about phones in 2004 and has been at it since then. He has owned over 200 devices, from Symbian, Palm, PocketPC/Windows Mobile, BlackBerry/BB10, webOS, Windows Phone, Firefox, Ubuntu Touch, to Android, iOS, and KaiOS operating systems.