After a minor incident with the initial rollout of its first major over-the-air update, OnePlus has resumed the OxygenOS firmware for the OnePlus 3. The company noted that some people were having installation issues with OxygenOS 3.2.0, which was released on Tuesday, so it ceased the distribution in order to make the requisite fixes.

Now that those problems have been overcome, the company says it was able to find some "additional improvements," which it has included and bundled with the original features, and has released the whole as OxygenOS 3.2.1. Says OnePlus:

Rather than continuing that rollout, we're skipping right ahead to 3.2.1. If you've already updated to 3.2.0, this update includes some additional improvements. If you haven't, don't worry. This update includes all of the 3.2.0 improvements as well.

The changes include:

  • Fixed some notification issues (new in 3.2.1)
  • Addressed SIM recognition issue (new in 3.2.1)
  • Enabled sRGB mode in developer options.
  • Improved RAM management.
  • Improved GPS performance.
  • Enhanced audio playback quality.
  • Updated custom icon packs.
  • Improved camera quality/functionality.
  • Fixed some issues in Gallery.
  • Implemented latest Google security patches.
  • Fixed bugs in Clock/Music apps.

OnePlus says that the update, like the last one, is rolling out in stages, and may take a couple of days to hit every OnePlus 3 unit. If you've received it, let us know in the comments how it's working out for you!