Replies posted by BugPlusWont
Hi, I too wish T-Mobile would fix this, and that the issue deserves to be newsworthy!I have been having major issues related to my T-Mobile home internet, primarily devices like home assistants and their accessories that rely on lower latency to fulfil requests. My Nest Mini now takes on average 10 full seconds to begin loading the response. Beyond that, issues with security since my cameras have increased lag making my doorbell camera less useful, and problems with my DNS not able to properly filter the web. I’m not the only one and neither are any of you: Clearly this is an aggressive rollout of provisioning. To report my locale, I’m in the PNW but most of you are in the South/Midwest states like Texas. Well, location doesn’t seem to matter IMO as I still have noticed many issues recently, to the timeframe given in this forum, in where my web filter has not been able to deny requests properly on one of my home computers. I believe ICMP details noted are related.Sadly enough, I am JUS
@ArkDlk You can also use T-Mobile’s own “Source of Truth”, the tracker for your device! Since this hasn’t been shared, I need to let you know that there is a specific page for this exact inquiry. Here is the page for the S22:https://www.t-mobile.com/support/devices/software-updates/samsung-galaxy-s22-series-android-updateThe good news is that, it’s generally only a matter of time! After a device completes testing, it then goes on to complete the development stage before being published. SO the good news is, it’s only an amount of time, in most cases...The bad news, but other good news, is that there is no real time frame. We have these stages of development, but software is a fickle thing and it’s understandable they’d rather side on shipping working software later than bad software sooner if possible. Sometimes, things don’t work out, and ideally if your phone ultimately doesn’t get the update, the news would be indicated on the same page. All is to say, that web page is the ultimate
@tmo_nic If you see @fireguy_6364 reply this is the crux of the issue. Android 12 is already hitting these devices, it's the varient that phone that specifically has the 5G antenna (among other differences) that we have no updates for. To use OEM language, it's a different SKU. If customers had bought a OnePlus 7T they could theoretically update, but specifically this model of phone that was released as a T-mobile exclusive, has no updates. I hope @syaoran can read that and understand that T-mobile actually does do work on the update, as they were trying to throw T-mobile Under the bus a bit and actually say it's all oneplus fault and t-mobile doesn't touch it. I hope we can come back to reality and take ownership :) User @tidbits on another post related this is like if instead of the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, that there was a third Pixel 7 Pro 5G that needed T-mobile's update because it's a different phone with a different bootloader. It would be as if that third phone was forgotten a
Any updates on Android 12? I noticed T-mobile recently committed to Android 13 to all phones excluding the OnePlus 7T Pro, only to the OnePlus 7Thttps://www.androidpolice.com/t-mobile-list-phones-android-13/This recent development adds to my concern and should be addressed!If the OnePlus 7T is slated to get the update, is it then true the other devices in the same lineup are NOT meant to get the Android 13 Update!? Seems like they really dropped the ball on the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren Edition they were responsible for... Please let everyone know?Thanks :) P. S. Theyre updating how the edit button works and I have to say, I'm honored 😅
@tidbits So a month ago, around the time the post was deleted, you got personally notified it was still continuing and there wasn't any more details, and there isn't any more details a MONTH later... Do you know where you're at? This is not a track my bro and I don't care about your weird money insecurity. It's an absolutely valid thing to call me a Karen but I'm representing dozens of other people who feel the exact same way. Like a class action but I just have more time on my hands than other people. But I am NOT a Karen! I'd argue I'm actually more of a Keith or Richard since I'm actually pointing out the fact that T-mobile removed the update page for the Variant they are responsible for. This is a rare situation for a device and that tracking is vital. Getting the update as promised is vital too! If I had a OnePlus 7T Pro from OnePlus, like others have mentioned and you said I should've done -(more gaslighting) , I would have Android 12 by now, hence the surge in posts. It is onl
@tidbits Rage replying at midnight means your word soup at the end is like extra embarrassing... but dude ain't no way you have $10 Grand to your name using your spare time on the T-mobile forums but good luck with all that bud looks like I touched a nerve… Explained myself plenty well and obviously instead of realizing I'm right you're bringing up pixel phones which do not have this same variant issue at all. There is not a Pixel 7 Pro 5G Edition that is exclusive to T-mobile. Therefore your example is correct is explaining how you're incorrect. The McClaren edition is different to the OnePlus 7T or the OnePlus 7T Pro. Hope that clarifies it for you :) I don't need to show you other devices that haven't got updates to prove to you that this device hasn't got Android 12. There has been no official reply from T-mobile regarding the update but I'd appreciate a link if I'm wrong. How about this, donate to charity without bragging about it? Weirdo behavior to weponize philanthropy.
@tidbits I'm glad you asked why these devices are fundimentally different than other varient models, it's because while the One Plus 7T Pro is called "hotdog" in the developer fourns for example, the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren is known as "hotdogg" and this reduces the experience all around. ROMs made for the former don't work on the latter. installing an alternative OS meant for "hotdog" will disable 5G to give a specific example. Now ultimately, T-mobile dictates if the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McClaren will get the updates. I understood this and would regularly check the website for more information. It was the website that my carrier had provided to me because I was curious when my phone would get the update. It's reasonable to assume that if a phone with 12GB of RAM and an overclocked processor would get more than one software update. It shipped with Android 10, I'd expect it to get Android 12. That assumption is also a sales tactic, many people were sold these phones under that premise.
Hi @maan.mani The pinned reply @HeavenM AKA @kHeaven has received this phone for free from T-mobile and likely doesn't have the same opinions you might have if you've originally paid for this device. Thankfully, I have an answer for you regarding this update. Your phone will most likely not get the update. This is in the fault of T-mobile. They have deleted an update page and clearly have stopped development. There is nobody to communicate further for a reason, and it's because there is no further communication. There has been no official communication that development is continuing since that official channel was removed. There is no reason why that should resume when @syaoran returns. So in short, the update status is dead so it's safe to assume the update itself is dead as well. Despite everyone here trying to say it's OnePlus fault, it's T-mobile. They give away phones to fourm members to try and tell you otherwise, but in reality, they don't even moderate the fourm meant to h
I thought I'd jump in here and help you since that user Gramps28 responded to me too and knows better than to tell you that it's OnePlus's fault. I have proof. This is intentional. The beta for the OnePlus 7T Pro (Global Variant) is currently under beta, but the fact of the matter is the responsibility of the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McClaren Edition (Tmobile Variant) falls squarely on T-Mobile There is a link where I unequivocally proved this, and here is @gramps28 trying to spread more misinformation to you the T-mobile Customer despite clearly knowing better. See, lying to you and making this whole thing confusing is a lot more profitable, so that's why the update page was removed from T-mobile's own update tracker, and that's why you haven't got the update despite, likely, being sold the phone on the promise it would receive timely updates. The reason people are upset is because OnePlus has been communicating updates, but T-mobile has been retroactively "dirty deleting" pages related to
I thought I'd jump in here and help you since that user HeavenM lied to me too and told me it was OnePlus's fault. This is intentional. The beta for the OnePlus 7T Pro (Global Variant) is currently under beta, but the fact of the matter is the responsibility of the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McClaren Edition (Tmobile Variant) falls squarely on T-Mobile There is a link where I unequivocally proved this, and here is HeavenM again trying to spread more misinformation to you the T-mobile Customer. See, lying to you and making this whole thing confusing is a lot more profitable, so that's why the update page was removed from T-mobile's own update tracker, and that's why you haven't got the update despite, likely, being sold the phone on the promise it would receive timely updates. The reason people are upset is because OnePlus has been communicating updates, but T-mobile has been retroactively "dirty deleting" pages related to status tracking the software updates of a given phone. While Heaven "con
@HeavenM that's a great answer and the correct one, ultimately T-mobile has the final say, and they took down the page. I appreciate the official further communication on the issue that development is in progress. That decision is usually made by the OEM I agree but the McClaren edition is a very peculiar Variant. I'm hopeful it's maybe delayed a month or two from the 8T's most recent upgrade but I won't hold my breath. But thank you for the answer to why the page was removed, it would be best if that was communicated better than the page being removed, because the obvious conclusion isn't that the page is removed, but that development has halted.
"Consider yourself lucky if your device get Android 12" @syaoran "If your device gets Android 12, you’re going to wish you stuck with Android 11"@syaoran I can't believe you man, LMFAO really look at yourself on that one this is just so rich. Either way, screw me right?
I just realized maybe you can't READ THE LINKS ARE DIFFERENT??? OH.MY.LORD Scroll up and realize I slapped TWO LINKS on this post. one goes to the T MOBILE VARIANT of the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren Edition, and the other goes to the OnePlus 8T+ 5G web page. I'm telling you. The McLaren Edition web page PROMISED DEVELOPMENT. THEN, T-mobile did a dirty delete That's why I showed TWO LINKS, one that WORKS STILL, and one that is BROKEN. Read the URL. READ THAT URL AND SAY THAT AGAIN MY MAN. "The webpage isn’t relevant if it doesn’t exist" - man you need to get OUT-SIDE!
None of that explains why they took down the web page, but keep talking and you'll keep getting reported for missing the entire point. "That's just something that happens" isn't a good response to breaking a promise. Try this one, and really read these words and answer this question... If you knew this so easily, that my phone wouldn't get this update, then maybe, maybe they shouldn't have made that promise? Maybe I'm not some nerd who GAF about every aspect of my boop beep? Maybe it's T-mobile using that ignorance to swindle customers? Answer that one, chew on it. Really use that brain power of yours.
Nobody here has even acknowledged that clicking on that web page leads to a 404 To be clear, it used to say "development", like it did before saying "Testing" for the OnePlus 8T+ 5G These phones are nearly identical, and both had pages before which said that they were working on bringing Android 12 to this phone as promised. They updated the OnePlus 8T 5G page, but just dirty deleted the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G page Not a single forum user thought to validate that I guess and click the link I posted, just assumed I'm in the wrong. Imagine actually reading what I'm saying and understanding it, not very difficult but there isn't an age limit to make an account here.
Ignorant to just chalk up all of T-mobile work to bloatware when 5G Connectivity Improvements are one of the biggest reasons to get excited for an upgrade. Can all the T-mobile fan boys stop coming out to incorrect me when IT'S A MATTER OF FACT TMOBILE RESCINDED ON A PROMISE This is not a questionThis is not a debate,Don't begin to gaslight me into reasons why I don't want Android 12. I'm telling you, I bought this phone based on that promise. They promised, then didn't deliver. It's not rocket science. Reported AGAIN since this is not a topic that's needs further discussion if you open your eyes and begin to read what I've said. Both OEMs and Carriers worth together on Variant models, and the OEM Unlocked model does have the correct software, Android 12. It's the Tmobile Variant with the T-mobile bootloader that needs T-Mobile's development, which is why there was a web page to track that. Unfortunately, T-mobile did a dirty delete and removed that web page, so I'm making it known. T-
Lastly if you take a view at @syaoran 's post history, you can see they are a T-mobile Pillar and they go out of their way to try and spread this grift on other forums where they blame Google and OnePlus for issues that are clearly related to T-mobile and how they roll out software. So I guess it's such an issue you actually have to run around different threads and phones defending it. Give up, just like T-Mobile gave up on this development page.We know the truth and your replies here and in other threads are continuously unwelcome and unhelpfulYou play defense for a company that never gave you a dime. Accept the fact that T-mobile screwed OnePlus customers and stop spreading misinformation.
This Phone has a Snapdragon 865+ and 12gb of Ram you're gonna come on the forum and try to justify that they can't develop for this phone that's more powerful than plenty of computers. What a joke. It's not that they can't, it's that they won't, because they stopped caring about making good on their software promise and that lack of follow-through should be noted! They could develop this update, but don't want to because people like you, people like you @syaoran who want a job at T-mobile so bad you'll defend them even if they give customers a fat middle finger. Your replies are unhelpful and irrelevant. Reported numerous times. Don't reply unless you can understand T-mobile's ownership of the issue.
They promised, they didn't predict. I can want my device to perform as advertised, yes, because I spent money on the premise of function that was promised by T-mobile.You don't know what you're talking about either with this one, stop replying please I'm trying to show that the development page that promised development was removed. https://www.t-mobile.com/support/devices/software-updates/oneplus-7t-pro-update-to-android-12 In the industry we call this a "dirty delete" and honestly if you can't handle the truth that I've been specifically screwed over by specifically T-mobile, go touch grass. It's the matter of fact and stop trying to tell me my opinion on Android 12 when I never asked you and don't care how buggy you think it is.
Right, thanks for all the replies but frankly I'm not buying it when it comes to the coding job being a mess or whatever. Why did T-mobile promise development, when the OEM is clearly still working on Android 12. It's specifically T-Mobile giving up when the idea was they could be trusted with handling updates. They cannot as they will retroactively remove status pages and have their tiny army come out and defend T-mobile like they owe you anything. They abandoned this software update and don't care about their customer, and I've shown the proof as far as the complete removal of a software update page. It's a dirty move that isn't a sign of good faith, but bad intention to sell phones on the premise of software updates, but to rescind the offer later on. This isn't a question and it isn't open for debate. T-mobile, not oneplus, not android, is responsible. All of you acting it's my fault that T-mobile made this page specifically for this web development and me noticing and being upset
It's not a question, it's a matter of fact that the Android 12 Operating System is available for the OnePlus 8T+ Unlocked models verses the T-mobile models which received a later rollout. The same was to be expected of the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G but T-mobile promised development and seemingly rescinded. That's why the T-mobile website is available, to show that the T-mobile Variant is still in development. There are many articles online about flashing the OnePlus 7T Pro specifically because the T-mobile Variant ships with software unlike the Unlocked model, not linking those since it's not advised due to security issues. I don't care about your article because you fail to address this works different on OnePlus phones. Again, be quiet, you have no idea what you're talking about and your number of replies isn't making you smarter. Reported again, stop replying.
You're wrong. T-mobile makes the updates for the T-mobile Variant, that's why there is a dedicated page for development. The bootloader for the T-mobile Variant is custom and has to be circumvented to make the phone a true "unlocked" version. You don't know what you're talking about and very unhelpful, reported.
Here is the page that used to work https://www.t-mobile.com/support/devices/software-updates/oneplus-7t-pro-update-to-android-12 This page no longer works. The page for the OnePlus 8T+ was also updated but remains live and updated from Development to Testing. https://www.t-mobile.com/support/devices/software-updates/oneplus-8t-plus-update-to-android-12 So hopefully it's a mistake, but I doubt it. Looks like they've given up after promising development.
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