We have good news for OnePlus users. OxygenOS Open Beta 2 is rolling out for OnePlus 6 and 6T 2018 flagships. Moreover, the update comes along with camera improvements and numerous fixes. For the past two years, the company has created a reputation for providing the best features, delivering industry-leading phones, and value for money to users. Keep reading this space to know more about the OxygenOS Open Beta 2 update for OnePlus 6 and 6T.
OxygenOS Open Beta 2 rolling out for OnePlus 6 and 6T handsets
On November 30, 2019, OnePlus company rolled out OxygenOS Open Beta 2 for OnePlus 6 and 6T. Some devices are still receiving Android 9 Pie update, but OnePlus is one step ahead of all of them. The company is pushing out another Android 10-based beta update for the users.
However, the stable update isn’t available for all the users. But those in the beta branch will be able to enjoy the new update, which comes with Android 10. Interestingly, the company stated that the new upgrade is a bug fix update.
You can check out the OxygenOS 10 changelog for Open Beta 19 (OnePlus 6T) andOxygenOS 10 Open Beta 31 (OnePlus 6) update below:
- Addressed the major fingerprint identification problem.
- Fixed Animation lag for the fingerprint to unlock the smartphones.
- They also fixed Reboot problems and random Freeze issues.
- Fixed other known problems and improved system stability.
- Improved its overall performance, along with General bug fixes.
WiFi & Internet
- Lastly, the 5GHz WiFi connection is being addressed.
However, the Open Beta 2 is not stable software, so you might face some problems during the installation process. And if the download isn’t available for your device, then you can head to the Settings, then click on System updates. Make sure to refresh the section to pull up the Open Beta OTA file.