OnePlus began rolling out the second Android 8.0 Oreo for its OnePlus 5 on Friday. The new OxygenOS Open Beta 2 update accompanies a few changes, fixes and highlight upgrades, and is presently accessible for beta users to download.
OnePlus 5 users, who are as of now running the first beta, will get the second beta as an over-the-air (OTA) update, which incorporates fixes for the Launcher, the Camera application, the Files Manager, November Android security fix and a few other framework upgrades.
Here’s the entire rundown of changes incorporated into the Oreo Beta 2 update for the OnePlus 5:
- Fixed widget issues
- Fixed shortcut issues
- UI Improvements
- 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 size of the file is 1.52GB. So charging the device and connecting it to a WiFi connection is a must.
Users ought to likewise remember that it’s a beta software version which may not be as steady as official OTA updates. It ought to be noticed that once users get updated to the beta, they will continue accepting Open Beta OTAs, but will never again get the customary stable OTAs.
With the OnePlus 5 Open Beta Program, here’re the official flashing guidelines that must be taken after before introducing the beta ROM.
The last stable Android Oreo update for the OnePlus 5 is relied upon to land before the current month’s over or early January 2018. OnePlus, in the interim, is yet to release the Oreo beta for the OnePlus 5T.