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Oxygen OS Open Beta 1 for the OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro

  1. nickporwal
    Eclair Mar 12, 2020


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  2. Aki1596
    Gingerbread Mar 12, 2020


  3. Sunilsudha
    Froyo Mar 12, 2020


  4. danvxz
    Honeycomb Mar 12, 2020

    danvxz , via OnePlus 7T Pro , Mar 12, 2020 :
    absolutely, but at least go to the appropriate section for your specific device instead of cluttering the thread
     

  5. Rakshith.kamalaksha
    Cupcake Mar 12, 2020


  6. Solanum
    Honeycomb Mar 12, 2020


  7. chinna2ali
    Froyo Mar 12, 2020


  8. R_Akash_Aku
    Donut Mar 12, 2020

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    Last edited: Mar 17, 2020

  9. Q1572037092872
    Gingerbread Mar 12, 2020

    Q1572037092872 , Mar 12, 2020 :
    Is Ram Managment good or not?
     

  10. Solanum
    Honeycomb Mar 12, 2020


  11. Q1572037092872
    Gingerbread Mar 12, 2020


  12. adhirajsinghchauhan
    Froyo Mar 12, 2020

    adhirajsinghchauhan , Mar 12, 2020 :
    @Manu J.

    EDIT: They've corrected the mistake by making a new stickied post, with all the links. However, the links for EU & global are still incorrect:
    [​IMG] [​IMG]

    OnePlus 7T Pro (EU) should link to https://oxygenos.oneplus.net/OnePlus7TProOxygen_13.W.01_OTA_001_all_2003061949_6785f30eef1c4049.zip instead.
    The same is true for OnePlus 7T EU/Global links.
    I'll probably edit this comment when I get confirmation from them that the incorrect links have been fixed completely.


    Read below to see what their initial mistake was.


    You guys have messed up big time. Not only are there region-specific builds for OB1 this time (which still hasn't been made clear by you, btw), but OnePlus' support websites are linking to the incorrect ZIPs.

    EU websites (UK, Italy, etc) are linking to the global ZIP for OB1. And global websites (US, Hong Kong, etc.) are listing EU ZIPs!!!
    Proof that an EU support website is linking to the global ZIP:
    [​IMG]
    How do I know that's a global ZIP? The OU team, along with a few others from XDA, extracted all the 3 different region-specific ZIPs, and painstakingly compared them.
    The actual EU ZIP, which is linked only on global support websites, contains the following 2 lines in the build.prop file, which is part of opproduct.img, which was extracted from the payload.bin file within each ZIP:
    [​IMG]
    These 2 lines are not present in the global and Indian builds, obviously. However, as mentioned previously, the EU website doesn't link to the EU ZIP, when it's supposed to. And the global website doesn't link to the global ZIP either.
    As further proof, we also found the etc/sysconfig/eea_v1_search_chrome.xml this file ONLY within the EU ZIP. This file is present in opproduct.img as well.

    What the hell, man. Please escalate this so that both the product team, and the support team can fix this problem. So many users have already flashed EU firmware on their devices, even if they aren't in the EU. This is a very big mistake, and should be fixed ASAP.

    The Oxygen Updater team has already published a news article in the app explaining the research that went into figuring all of this out, but I won't link it here, since that would be advertising. However, I urge users who have OU installed to check that article out.
     
    Last edited: Mar 15, 2020

  13. DanielSeat
    Cupcake Mar 12, 2020


  14. adhirajsinghchauhan
    Froyo Mar 12, 2020

    adhirajsinghchauhan , Mar 12, 2020 :
    It's funny how third-party app developers seem to have more knowledge about OnePlus updates than OnePlus themselves.
     

  15. Dheeraj Chitara
    Donut Mar 12, 2020


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  17. Flamehell
    Gingerbread Mar 12, 2020

    Flamehell , via OnePlus 7T , Mar 12, 2020 :
    Sorry guys, but the link that is here in this thread, it's the EU or international version? The one that is in the beginning of the page.
    [e]1f44d[/e]
     

  18. tejasb93
    Eclair Mar 12, 2020


  19. ChristianHeilos
    Honeycomb Mar 12, 2020


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  20. Swejuggalo
    Community Bug Hunter Mar 12, 2020

    Swejuggalo , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Mar 12, 2020 :
    Yeah... And Oneplus are warning people about using the app... [e]1f61c[/e]
    Isn't the first time the homepage messed up. But even announcement links. Maybe this teaches people to stop being so paranoid about the app?