Upon delivery of my Model 3, I attempted to pair my OnePlus 2 phone (Android-based OxygenOS 3.6.1 using Android 6.0.1) with the car, but after searching for several minutes, it would never connect. The technicians and I tried every scenario under the Sun regarding resetting Bluetooth and location services, restarting/reinstalling the Tesla App, rebooting the phone, verifying all permissions were enabled, etc. My girlfriend owns a OnePlus 1 phone (Android-based CyanogenOS 13.1 using Android 6.0.1) but ran into the same problem when trying to connect hers. We also tried connecting with one of the technician's phones with Android 7 and it worked fine, so i know it's possible. After taking the car home, I rooted my phone with Lineage OS to see if getting past Android 6 would help, but now my phone won't even try to connect as a key, it just displays an error message "Your phone key was not set up correctly. Please delete and re-install the app". As you can guess, i tried reinstalling along with a slew of other troubleshooting, but always the same error message. The classic Bluetooth functionality works perfectly fine with my phone (syncing contacts, making calls, music, etc.); but setting up the phone as a key has not worked on either of my OnePlus phones. I believe the phone key connectivity relies on Bluetooth Low-Energy working in tandem with location services, which is why it may be so difficult to set up with at custom ROM My pipe dream is to find a solution to allow my rooted phone to connect as a key to the car, but I don't see that very likely (perhaps a question for the rooting community). I have been contemplating getting a new phone for a while now, rather than replacing my old dying battery, but if I'm worried that I might run into the same problems if I get another OnePlus phone. As you can tell, I love their phones, but I have to go with one that I know will work as a phone key. Does anyone here have a OnePlus phone newer than the OnePlus 2 that connects as a phone key to their Model 3?