T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro now getting security update


Almost exactly one month after the T-Mobile version of the OnePlus 7 Pro got its previous update, another update has begun rolling out to the device.

T-Mobile is now updating its OnePlus 7 Pro to OxygenOS 9.5.9. The update comes in at 322.7MB, and the only item listed in the changelog is “Android July Security Update”. After the previous update arrived in June with the May 2019 security patches, it’s good to see this new update bump the OP7 Pro up to this month’s security patch level.

If you’ve got a T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro, you can grab this update by launching your Settings app and then selecting System > System update > Check for update.


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  • Jay

    Any word if they will be having there BOGO sale anytime soon ??

    • djurlegit

      I don’t got the scoop on TMo or work for TMonews, but from what I notice. They have never had a trade in for their 6T, other than the first introduction to 6T where you can n.v trade in almost any brand device and get half off. For theb7 Pro, they didn’t do that and I doubt they’ll do it for a 7T Pro or 8 Pro or whatever just because their flagship series of phones are already somewhat more affordable than competitors and they already got that first month of of in store publicity in the US through T-Mobile. Haven’t seen a sale for 6T after that introductory sale and haven’t seen one for 7 Pro, so the streaks looks bad. If you really want ot for cheap. Have a garage sale on any junk you don’t need
      and get it on EIP.

    • JJ

      I highly doubt it. They only did that really good deal on 6t in the beginning to get people to know this phone. OP has a horrible trade in deal on their website so i don’t think they will allow any deals on their phones.

  • steveb944

    Well this is weird, OP sent us 9.5.10 with a bunch of stuff, yet June security…

    • djurlegit

      It’s not weird. This happens with Samsung devices too. The 9.5.10 on Unlocked unbranded OnePlus is not the same 9.5.10 as the T-Mobile version.

      • steveb944

        Terrible then. I would assume OEM updates are best, but somehow I have less security now.

        • MisterListerSir

          You can make any T-Mobile 7 Pro the “stock OEM” version.

          XDA has the instructions. Gets you to a stock OEM (Not T-Mobile) experience and updates. Had to do something similar with the 6T on T-Mobile.

        • steveb944

          I know. But if you end up doing that you’ll be on June security instead of July.

        • Screeamz Jawa

          And can you get it back to Tmo firmware relatively simply?

          If you’re on Jump On Demand, I think they sometimes test to see if it’s stock firmware before they accept as trade in for next device.

        • MisterListerSir

          Once the T-Mobile firmware is leaked you would be able to go back to that using the patched MSM tool in the forums.

  • JJ

    Unless they offer an amazing deal on the op 7 pro you are better off buying directly from op to get updates. About to flash international version on my 6t cause tmobile has gotten even worse on staying up to date and op has released several updates in the last several months.

  • Lee Bennett

    This is exactly why I flashed the International software to my Oneplus 7 Pro. I was reading people saying that T-Mobile was not very good about keeping up on the updates for the OnePlus 6t, and one of the reasons I got the 7 Pro was because OnePlus was so good with keeping their phone up to date.

  • Maj. Dixon Butts

    I flashed the international ROM, on my OP7 pro, and have zero regrets. Everything works VoLTE/VoWiFi, etc. I get incredible reception everywhere.

  • SuperSt0rm

    I’m having an issue where calls are being router to bottom speaker for whatever reason. I can restart and its good for one call but then come back on second all. Anybody else experiencing this? I was fine before update.