T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro update brings camera, messaging, and touchscreen improvements


After getting a security update last month, the T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro is now receiving another update with a bit more packed into it.

An update to Oxygen OS 9.5.7.GM31CB is now rolling out to T-Mo’s OnePlus 7 Pro. The update weighs in at 506.1MB and includes touchscreen optimizations, camera improvements, and more.

Here’s what the changelog included with the update says:

  • Touch Screen Optimization
  • Camera Enhancement
  • Gaming Mode Update
  • Messaging Improvements

TmoNews readers Derek and Curtis received this update today, so if you’ve got a T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro, keep an eye out for the OxygenOS 9.5.7 update to roll out to you over the air. You can also check for it by going into Settings > System > System update > Check for update.

Once the update hits your OnePlus 7 Pro, let us know what you think of the enhancements it brings!


Thanks, Derek and Curtis!

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  • Jim Mill

    I love OnePlus they’re on top of their updates phone is fantastic and the things that I wanted to improve it looks like they just did so I’m hoping to see some good things thanks OnePlus.I know the T-Mobile variation is as quick with updates but it’s faster than any other phone that I’ve owned

  • Android_God

    At Christmas I bought a 55 inch Vizio P-Series 4K TV for $699. This TV will easily last me for the next five plus years if not longer.

    I can buy a laptop for $699 that will last me for at least five years easy.

    It’s amazing to me that carriers hope that you spend $700 or more on a phone that you will then upgrade in 2 years. And if you want a discount on a phone they want you to jump through an inordinate number of hoops. and then let’s not even get into what happens when your screen cracks and you haven’t spent $11 a month for insurance!

    What a f****** racket these phone companies are.

    • Just out of morbid curiosity, what does this have to do with the oneplus 7 pro getting a software update?

      • Android_God

        This post reminded me the cost of the phone.

    • tendoboy1984

      You don’t have to upgrade every 2 years… And if you’re worried about spending too much there’s always cheaper options.