So far, the OxygenOS open beta program for OnePlus 3 and 3T seems to be working out quite well for those who are taking part. This is because OnePlus seem to be readily making high-recommended updates available as soon as possible. With that said, it will be a good move for those looking to run the newest version of the software to install the update now.
For those OnePlus 3 and 3T users who are planning on running either of the latest versions of the open beta, the file size for both updates weigh in at 1.46 GB. Meaning, a specific OnePlus device should have at least that memory storage in order to perform the complete process. As reported by Android Authority, customers who access the open beta builds for OxygenOS can download today all the new updates for both devices.
The update for the OnePlus 3 owners comes in the form of OxygenOS Open Beta 14, while OxygenOS Open Beta 5 for the OnePlus 3T owners. Both updates are now available, however, it can only be pulled directly from the OnePlus support website then applied it to the OnePlus device. While the new update arrives with a different beta number for each device, the improvements, and fixes listed by the firm highlight almost the same changes.
The new OxygenOS brings in several improvements and bug fixes for both the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T. Such improvements include the Bluetooth enhancements, translation changes, GPS and Night Mode optimizations, as well as dark theme developments. One of the major issues that were making smartphone users annoyed is that whenever they tried to set a new wallpaper, the device is automatically rebooted.
Aside from that, there are also a number of other unidentified general bug fixes and optimizations with both OxygenOS Open Beta 14 and OxygenOS Open Beta 5. According to India today, OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T users can head over to the company's website then go to the download page in order to access the download files. If a smartphone owner is not a part of the Open Beta program, all he/she needs to do is to install the Beta firmware on the smartphone device after which it will get the beta channel updates.