Two years ago, OnePlus has launched its ‘T’ lineup flagship smartphone called OnePlus 6T that was running on Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box. A couple of months ago, T-Mobile OnePlus 6T has received the official Android 10 update over OxygenOS 10 skin. Now, if you’re a T-Mobile OnePlus 6T user and looking for any particular software update or have missed an important OTA update somehow, then you’re in the right place. Here we’ve shared the full list of the T-Mobile OnePlus 6T Software Update Tracker that you will find useful.
As the firmware OTA update can take a couple of days or weeks due to the incremental roll-out process, some of the OnePlus users may not receive the update on time. In that case, the software update tracker will always come in handy either to keep checking for the latest OTA update or any missed out an update. However, it’s always recommended to check for the OTA update manually on your handset.
Check OTA Updates
First of all, you will have to check the latest running software version on your OnePlus 6T (T-Mobile) variant. In order to do this, head over to the Settings menu > Tap on About phone > Scroll down and you can find the Build number.
If it’s not running on the latest version, then you will need to head over to the Settings > Tap on System > System update > Check for update. Next, follow the on-screen instructions in order to update your handset to the latest software version. Wait for it to install and your phone will reboot into a new system version. As the first boot may take some time, have some patience.
Meanwhile, if you notice that your T-Mobile OnePlus 6T variant isn’t receiving an OTA update for quite some time, then you can always check the software update tracker list of the T-Mobile OnePlus 6T variant below.
T-Mobile OnePlus 6T Software Update Tracker
We will keep updating the latest software versions along with the changelog whenever a new firmware update will be available officially.
|Software Version||Release Date||Changelog|
|A6013_34_200803 (Android 10)||August 26, 2020||August 2020 Security updates|
|A6013_34_200605 (Android 10)||June 22, 2020||June 2020 Security updates|
|A6013_34_200330 (Android 10)||April 22, 2020||April 2020 Security updates|
|A6013_34_200207 (Android 10)||February 26, 2020||February 2020 Security updates|
|A6013_34_191228 (Android 10)||February 14, 2020||
|A6013_34_191216 (Android 9.0)||December 26, 2019||November 2019 Security updates|
|A6013_34_191016 (Android 9.0)||October 25, 2019||October 2019 Security updates|
|A6013_34_190814 (Android 9.0)||October 3, 2019||
|A6013_34_190725 (Android 9.0)||July 31, 2019||Google security update for July 2019|
|A6013_34_190612 (Android 9.0)||June 28, 2019||
|A6013_34_190510 (Android 9.0)||May 15, 2019||
|A6013_34_190217 (Android 9.0)||March 9, 2019||
|A6013_34_190116 (Android 9.0)||January 20, 2019||
|A6013_34_181228 (Android 9.0)||January 3, 2019||Enables support for additional domestic roaming partners|
|A6013_34_181121 (Android 9.0)||December 7, 2018||
|A6013_34_181029 (Android 9.0)||November 20, 2018||
|A6013_34_181001 (Android 9.0)||November 1, 2018||Original OEM software|
That’s it, guys. Till then stay tuned for more info. You can comment below for further queries.