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OnePlus 3/3T now receiving Android Pie second beta

08 May 2019 2

OnePlus has announced that OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T users will be receiving second Android Pie beta soon. This new beta build will be succeeding the build that was released last month. The new version is said to be focused on fixing bugs that were discovered and improving the overall performance.

The official changelog for the second beta lists three major bugs that have been fixed. The first one is about the incomplete display interface for the stopwatch and clock timer. The team has also resolved an issue which was causing the microphone to get disabled when earphones were plugged in. Lastly, the default messaging app's random crashing situation has been fixed as well.

If you are a OnePlus 3 or 3T user who installed the first Android Pie beta, you will be receiving an over the air software update. It will be like downloading and installing any other stable update. It may take some time for the update to arrive but in the meantime, you can always check for the same manually by visiting system settings.

For those who don't have the previous beta installed, they will have to follow the process of manual download and installation. There are two methods called Local Update and Recovery Update to do that. It is up to you which one you want to follow. All the details including prerequisites information have been shared by OnePlus in an official thread linked below.

  • The OnePlus 3T isn't still available online. To be notified when it becomse available click here.
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