I think it needs to be in the development phase first. So I would expect it to take a little while.
There isn't even a finalized version for the International models yet. The current stable build is full of issues and broken features. Once OnePlus gets those builds working fully, then they will get around to the T-Mobile firmware.
There is a stable version out for the 7 Pro international. Since the 21st.
They are still on Beta according to what I last saw in the OnePlus community. The International has had a stable build for awhile. I am not in the FUT programa, but I do read the OnePlus community occasionally. From what I saw, they are having problems with lag on the Beta build. It will probably be a few weeks
The international has the stable already pushed out. I am in the US and
already had the stable build pushed to my OP 7 Pro I purchased directly
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That so called stable build is full of bugs and broken things! That build has a limited push to minimize the I pack of it. An actual final build will not be pushed to all devices running the Internatiinal firmware until mid October.
Maybe he meant late October or November for the T+Mobile variant? Maybe
@syaoran it is completely stable. The only thing that wouldn't be stable is
apps that have yet to make a 10 compatible version. Stop being a jealous
Are you running it or have you tried it? XDA is full of people reporting issues, even after a full wipe. Bluetooth connectivity issues, lag when returning to the Home Screen, NFC issues, the camera software is definitely a downgrade for photo quality, Dolby Atmos is broken, and there are plenty more. The base of the build might be stable but the build is not fit for a full release and I highly doubt OnePlus is going to push it to all International firmware devices. The next build should be a major improvement.
Most of those issues are from rooted users (like me) who are coming from
the beta that are not following instructions by fully wiping their device
by updating through the normal process. They are taking the update ZIP and
flashing through TWRP recovery and that will make connectivity issues
including LTE and all data and almost everything else. For those who
installed the update properly, everything has been working perfectly. The
only thing that isn't ready yet is the developer option of forcing dark
mode throughout ALL apps, because not all apps are finished yet. So it
forces apps to show what they have so far for dark mode. Which for apps
like Facebook and telegram, they have the base dark mode down, but not
everything, so it is still showing white chat bubbles with white text. But
that is literally the only issue I have had so far with the stable build of
Android 10, which, again, is by no fault of the actual update, only app
I haven't rooted my devices or bothered with TWRP since the Nexus 6P and I had Bluetooth connection issues with the after market stereo in my girlfriend's Nissan Frontier and with my Echo Auto that I don't have on the 9.5.11 International firmware. When I was running it, I did sideload the update using the Local Upgrade option and did a full factory reset afterwards. Game mode had some issues, not that you have to use it. The Home Screen lag when returning to the Home Screen I also had. It wasn't bad but there is a second or so of lag for some reason. I ended up flashing back to 9.5.11 last night.
Yeah, the dark forced theming is definitely incomplete and doesn't work with a lot of apps but I think that will be one of the issues that will be around for a while.
T-Mobile has no plans to release an OTA update to Android 10 for the OnePlus 7 Pro. The update must be flashed in Qualcomm EDL mode.
Just curious, but do you have a source you could share for that?
I do recommend all T-Mobile branded OnePlus 7 pro users to request a Sim
unlock from T-Mobile that way you can unlock the bootloader and flash the
international zip. Probably even just using the FASTBOOT zip file will
work. But bootloader needs to be unlocked. And you'll get the normal
international updated after that.