OnePlus 5 and 5T get the OxygenOS Open Beta 3: many improvements
OnePlus has just announced the release of a new update for OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T. These are OxygenOS Open Beta 3, which follows the OxygenOS Open Beta 2 that the Shenzhen-based company launched on both phones earlier this month.
The update is based on Android 10, which is the current version of the Google operating system. According to what is guaranteed by the same company, the update improves the stability of the camera and solves many bugs.
OnePlus also notes that it has optimized the startup animations and updated system icons of the call recording user interface and network indicator.
The changelog of the changes reports all the bugs fixed thanks to this new update just made official by the company of the CEO Pete Lau. The bug related to accessing the audio tuner after connecting the earphones is also resolved, as well as the problem related to the unwanted muting of calls in Google Duo.
Additionally, the issue with sending and receiving messages while registering or activating UPI accounts is resolved. In addition to system stability, improved with this latest update, the changelog also reports an improvement in camera stability.
Just like the last time, OnePlus didn’t provide incremental packages, so users will need to install the full update. To update your device with OxygenOS Open Beta 3, just download the complete OTA package and then go to the Settings menu.
From here, just click on System and Updates, then select Local Update from the menu button located in the upper right corner and select the downloaded package.
These are certainly excellent improvements for OnePlus 5 and 5T, two phones that have been made official for 3 years but which are still considered good products today.