OnePlus, the China-located smartphone maker, has supposedly upgraded its data backup and device transfer application. Dubbed as “OnePlus Switch,” the company has updated the app to “version 1.2.” This update comes with a tweaked user interface (UI), software improvement program, and bug-fixes. Previously, OnePlus consumers had supposedly been facing a frequent data transfer issue and this upgrade comes with a bug-fix for this issue.
“The firm has included a new program for system stability improvement. Choosing to use the program either at first launch of the app or through the settings menu permits the tool to make a system log. This log can be sent to the firm if any problem occurs,” claimed the media this week.
In addition to this, the firm has also integrated minor modifications to the user interface to enhance the user experience in general. The update also supports more transfers via the app, including shifting of call history, messages, photos, calendar-reminders, audio, videos, and apps (with data), to a new OnePlus handset from their old phones. With the new upgrade, OnePlus plans to expand support to consumers who happen to employ the application as a simple device backup facility, claimed the media.
On a related note, OnePlus recently launched OnePlus Bullets wireless earphones in India. At the time of OnePlus 6’s roll out, the firm had declared the cost of these headphones to be Rs 3,990. In competition, Sony has a WI-SP500 In-ear Wireless earphone with an analogous neckband design for a price tag of Rs 5,490.
The major highlights of the Bullets wireless earphones from OnePlus are its dash charging support and design. Speaking of the design, this device sports magnetic switches that get attached by just bringing the switches near to each other. This will stop the playing music. By just separating the attached switches apart, consumers can un-pause the music and receive calls.