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OnePlus 5T receives first system image of OxygenOS 4.7.4

12 December 2017 3

The OnePlus 5T was rolled out an OTA update to OxygenOS 4.7.4 last week around the same time a new Star Wars Limited Edition of the OnePlus flagship was announced. Just days after receiving the Official TWRP from XDA, the OnePlus 5T is now being seeded with an official system image that includes the last OTA update which was available at the time of the device’s purchase.

The system image is based on OxygenOS 4.7.4 and includes everything a user needs to set up a clean version of the stock ROM that OnePlus traditionally provides. For users who are already on the stock firmware, installing the latest system image will refresh all the system components in case of a certain force closes or system issues without wanting to do a clean wipe.

Weighing in at under 1.6GB, the OxygenOS 4.7.4 will need a recovery to install the system image. Users can also set up ADB for unlocking the bootloader which is required for flashing the system image. OnePlus has provided instructions for flashing with TWRP as well though you might need an unlocked device for that to happen.


  • Optimized UI of Camera
  • Improvements for photo quality


  • Optimizations for audio from speaker and earphones
  • Optimizations for face unlock
  • Optimizations for vibration
  • Wi-Fi battery usage optimization
  • Improved stability of fingerprint and GPS
  • General bug fixes and system stability improvements
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OnePlus 5T receives first system image of OxygenOS 4.7.4
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The OxygenOS v4.7.4 was rolled out, right? And it was an OTA. Then what does that system image mean? I mean there already the OTA thing, then why this option?


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