04 June 2019
OnePlus 5, OnePlus 5T, OnePlus 6, and OnePlus 6T have received new OxygenOS Open Beta builds. OnePlus has brought the same features for all the smartphones, so the changelog is also the same. The OnePlus 6 gets the Open Beta 16, beta 8 is for the OnePlus 6T, beta 30 for the OnePlus 5 and the beta 28 for the OnePlus 5T.
All the devices have gained Android security patch of this month, which means they are up to date. Other notable features include Parking location feature that lets you mark the location of your vehicle using GPS. It doesn’t support indoor parking, but the info of the parking can be stored by taking the photo of that vehicle.
These updates also bring improved networking speed display, adds tutorials in the shelf, support quick reply in the notification bar as well.
Here’s the complete changelog,
- Updated Android Security Patch to 2019.04
- Improved network speed display
- Supported shortcuts to access corresponding interfaces in Quick Settings
- Quick reply in landscape
- Supported quick reply in the notification bar
- Added tutorial in shelf
- Added Parking location feature
- Improved page Indicator to mirror Icon pack
Note that if you’ve already flashed an Open Beta, you will receive this new build as an OTA. Those who aren’t running the open beta software but would like to, you would need to follow the flashing instructions from OnePlus. And, once migrated to the beta path you will continue to receive the Open Beta OTAs.
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