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OxygenOS Open Beta update for the OnePlus 6/6T

OxygenOS Open Beta update for the OnePlus 6/6T

OxygenOS Open Beta 5 rolls out for the OnePlus 6/6T with February 2020 patches and many optimizations

OnePlus’ flagships from 2018, the OnePlus 6 and the OnePlus 6T, received the Android 10 update back in December last year. The update introduced all of the new features Google introduced in Android 10, along with a couple of OxygenOS-specific features for the two devices. Now, the company is rolling out OxygenOS Open Beta 5 for the two devices, with the Android security patches for February 2020 and several optimizations.

As per a recent post on the OnePlus forums, the update brings a couple of bug fixes, improvements to the Zen Mode, optimizations for the India-specific Work-Life Balance feature, and more. Here’s the complete changelog for the latest OxygenOS Open Beta update for the OnePlus 6/6T:

  • System
    • Fixed and removed white bar below the keyboard
    • Fixed the issue with app crashes during installing and updating
    • Improved system stability and fixed general bugs
    • Updated Android security patch to 2020.02
  • Network (India Only)
    • Integrated the VoWifi registration for the Jio Sim
  • Phone
    • Optimized the one-handed mode experience in the Phone app
    • Fixed the issue with the duplication of contacts
  • Zen Mode V1.5.0
    • Improved OnePlus Account login for synchronization of badges and user’s data
  • Work-Life Balance (India Only)
    • Optimized message notification
    • Optimized the mode and app selection
    • Added location, calendar, auto-track feature
  • Message (India Only)
    • Fixed issue with message categorization
    • Fixed issue with transaction messages showing wrong entity values
    • Improved brand name and logo identification of sender

If you’re on the beta channel already, you should receive the update notification on your device in some time. If in case you don’t wish to wait, you can download the respective update package from the link below. Users on the previous beta can install the incremental update on their device, whereas users currently on the stable channel will need to flash the full OTA. It’s also worth mentioning that since this is a beta update, you may encounter some bugs after installing the update.

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