OnePlus 5 Gets OxygenOS Open Beta 2 based on Android Oreo 8.0
OnePlus after releasing its first OxygenOS Open Beta 1 based on Android 8.0 (Oreo) in November last, has now rolled out the second Beta update for the phone, which brings fixes for several launcher issues, Camera UI improvements, improvements in reading mode, vibration, Bluetooth audio and several bug fixes.
“We are super excited to announce another Open Beta Program for the OnePlus 5 today! This Open Beta build based on Android 8.0 for the OnePlus 5 is available for download now,” said Teja Naga Bharan, OnePlus staff memeber at OnePlus user forum.
OnePlus is also asking their users for filling its UX & UI survey and can also report any bugs they find using the bug report forums since this is a beta update. Check out the complete details of changelog below.
- Fixed widget issues
- Fixed shortcut issues
- UI Improvements
- Files Manager
- Added f4v format in video category
- Speed improvements while deleting massive files.
- Improvements to Reading Mode
- Improvements in vibration
- Improvements in Bluetooth audio
- Fixed Parallel apps bugs
- Fixed reboot issue when using Picture in Picture
- Updated Android security patch to November
- General bug fixes and stability improvements.
The OxygenOS Open Beta update is 124MB in size and comes with November Android Security update. If users have already flashed a previous Open Beta build, then they will receive this update through OTA. And if they haven’t, then they will need to flash this manually by downloading it from downloads.oneplus.net. OnePlus already promised final Android Oreo update for the smartphone by early 2018.