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Google Camera Port with HDR+, 60fps video and slow motion
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14 days ago by mtoley
OnePlus 6 Gets Official Tease with New Video
In addition to the Snapdragon 845, the OnePlus 6 is expected to come with a revamped design that could include the Notch. The smartphone could feature dual vertically aligned cameras and a fingerprint sensor on the back. The handset will be running on Android, of course, and come with OnePlus' Oxygen OS skin.

Although OnePlus hasn't confirmed pricing, a recent leak suggested the smartphone could cost $749, making it notably cheaper than its top competitors, including the iPhone X and Galaxy S9.
OnePlus  gadgetluv  mobile  rumor 
23 days ago by jasonsamuels
[GUIDE] How to Unroot your OnePlus 3 / 3T and go back completely to stock - OnePlus Forums
Here is version 4.1.1 of this guide!

VERY IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ!!!

These instructions will work with the following versions of OxygenOS:

3.1.2 - 5.0.1...
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6 weeks ago by carrionlee
Caseology
Best-Selling Stylish Smartphone Cases
case  iphone  applewatch  galaxy  samsung  protection  oneplus 
9 weeks ago by xcession
No, OnePlus is still not sending your clipboard data to China • Android Police
Ryan Whitwam:
<p>The apparent misunderstanding comes down to a file in the OxygenOS beta called badwords.txt. You can get a rundown of what it contains in <a href="https://twitter.com/fs0c131y/status/956628910308982785">this tweet</a>. In the <a href="https://www.reddit.com/r/Android/comments/7t256s/oneplus_is_again_sending_user_data_to_a_chinese/">resulting Reddit thread</a>, most everyone was happy to hop on the bandwagon and blame OnePlus.

This time, the company is wasting no time issuing a clear explanation of the situation. Here's the official statement.
<p>There’s been a false claim that the Clipboard app has been sending user data to a server. The code is entirely inactive in the open beta for OxygenOS , our global operating system. No user data is being sent to any server without consent in OxygenOS.

In the open beta for HydrogenOS, our operating system for the China market, the identified folder exists in order to filter out what data to not upload. Local data in this folder is skipped over and not sent to any server.</p>


The allegation is that OP uses this file to identify data to upload to a Chinese server. According to OnePlus, badwords.txt is actually a blacklist file—it tells the OS not to monitor matching data for its smart clipboard service. You're probably not familiar with that feature because it's only used in China as part of HydrogenOS. It was originally developed as a way to get around blocking of competitor links in Chinese messaging services like WeChat, and there's no reason to do that in the US. So, the code is inactive in OxygenOS.

So, it sounds like OnePlus' only mistake here was including files from HydrogenOS in the OxygenOS beta. The code is inactive, but it's bound to confuse people. Everyone is watching OP closely right now and ready to believe the worst, but the company didn't do anything shady with your clipboard data. It's also important to remember this is beta software.</p>
oneplus  data  clipboard 
12 weeks ago by charlesarthur
Google Camera Port with HDR , 60fps video and slow motion
Modified Google Camera app by BSG, Arnova8G2, ivanich, and others. GCam Mod.
android  oneplus  google-camera  camera  Google  mia1  mod  gmod 
12 weeks ago by tranqy
OnePlus hack exposed credit cards of up to 40,000 people • CNET
David Katzmaier:
<p>If you bought a OnePlus phone such as the OnePlus 5T between November and January, you'd best check your credit card statement.

The phone maker on Friday confirmed in a statement that its website, oneplus.net, was hacked, potentially exposing the detailed credit card information of up to 40,000 customers. 

The company sent an email to customers saying that card numbers, expiration dates and security codes "may have been compromised."

A malicious script on the company's pages was inserted, harvesting the information from web browsers. The company says it has been removed, but customers who entered information into the site between mid-November 2017 and Jan. 11, 2018 could be at risk.</p>


"A malicious script was inserted"? So that's quite a hack - first into the company web server, and then capturing all those details. This needs quite a lot of explaining by OnePlus.
oneplus  hacking 
january 2018 by charlesarthur

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