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OnePlus 6/6T OxygenOS Open Beta 14/6 released | UPD: OnePlus 5/5T also gets

14 March 2019 1

Update: March 14th, 2019

OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T have also received the OxygenOS Open Beta and their builds are 28 and 26. These new beta builds bring March security patch to the devices. There's now a new animation for flight mode; also, battery consumption and notifications for quick settings have been optimized as well. Just like the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T, one can select contact groups for sending SMS.

Original Post (March 13th, 2019)

The OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T have received the OxygenOS Open Beta 14 and Open beta 6. These new Open Beta builds also take the Android Security Patch to March 1, 2019. Apart from these, the OxygenOS Open Beta 14/6 for the OnePlus 6/6T brings some improvements to the system level.

The new Open Beta builds for the two devices not only improves the lock screen interface but also improves the sensitivity for screen rotation. The updates also bring new support using which you can now select contact groups for sensing SMS.

Users in the beta program know the potential risks of being in this program; these builds aren’t sometimes stable as the official OTAs. Those who wish to enter the open beta build channel will have to accept the potential risks associated any. Once you migrate to the beta path, you will continue to receive the Open Beta OTAs. You will no longer receive the regular official stable OTAs. Those who have already flashed an Open Beta will receive this new build as an OTA.

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OnePlus 6/6T OxygenOS Open Beta 14/6 offers improved lock screen interface
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