Software updates: OnePlus 6T

Use this page to identify software versions for the OnePlus 6T as well as details on recent software updates.

 

 

 

Identify the device's current software version

 

Android 9.0 / Build number A6013_34_181029

  1. From the Home screen, swipe up, then tap Settings.
  2. Tap About phone. Scroll down to view the Build number.
  3. Review the information in the Review software version details section below.

 

Review software version details

 

VERSIONRELEASE DATEENHANCEMENTSSTATUS

Android 9.0

Build number:

A6013_34_190217

March 9, 2019

IR94 Video calling added

RCS messaging added

various bug fixes and system improvements

Available March 9, 2019

Android 9.0

Build number:

A6013_34_190116

January 20, 2019

Addresses dialer crash issue

various bug fixes and system improvements

Available January 20, 2019

Android 9.0

Build number:

A6013_34_181228

January 3, 2019Enables support for additional domestic roaming partnersAvailable January 3, 2019

Android 9.0

Build number:

A6013_34_181029

November 20, 2018

Google monthly security updates

various bug fixes and system improvements

Available November 20, 2018

Android 9.0

Build number:

A6013_34_181001

November 1, 2018

Original OEM software

Available November 1, 2018

Other versions

N/A

N/A

Your device has non-T-Mobile software, and it is unsupported. The manufacturer and T-Mobile cannot update your software.

 

Determine update requirements

Your device must meet the following requirements to update your software to the most current version:

 

  • 50% or higher battery life
  • Data connection
  • File size: 100 MB

 

Update software versions

 

Update automatically over the air (OTA) for A6013_34_190217

  1. From the Home screen, swipe up, then tap Settings.
  2. Tap System > System update > Check fro update.
  3. Follow the onscreen prompts to update to the latest software.

 

Issues after updating

If you experience issues after updating to the latest software version, follow these steps:

 

  1. Wipe your cache partition to make sure that all system files on your device are put back in order.
  2. If wiping the cache partition does not work, you may need to perform a master reset.