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OxygenOS Android 10 Open Beta 2 for OnePlus 5/5T

  1. eitajunio
    Cupcake May 5, 2020

    eitajunio , via OnePlus 5 , May 5, 2020 :
    You should give us the final version of the OS with night mode on camera. Just a small suggestion that would please us fans of the brand. :)
     

  2. Pierre02
    Honeycomb May 5, 2020

    Pierre02 , May 5, 2020 :
    Night mode requires some hardware functionalities
     

  3. eitajunio
    Cupcake May 5, 2020

    eitajunio , via OnePlus 5 , May 5, 2020 :
    This is just an excuse, because if it were true, GCam would not work. Do not you think?
    This photo was with the GCam app taken with my OnePlus 5 in night mode:
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    This photo was with the native camera taken with my OnePlus 5 in the same environment and with the same light condition:

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  4. Pierre02
    Honeycomb May 5, 2020

    Pierre02 , May 5, 2020 :
    GCam's night mode uses algorythms to work, as well as the portrait mode. OnePlus's one requires some HW funcionalities. By the way, OP will surely not bring new features like this one now.
     

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  5. JavychuS
    Donut May 5, 2020

    JavychuS , May 5, 2020 :
    Another bug I found is that when you listen to music and a WhatsApp comes in, the music is choppy.
     

  6. G_Sanchit_Bhatnagar_dSYB
    Gingerbread May 5, 2020


  7. jabby10
    Donut May 5, 2020

    jabby10 , via OnePlus 5T , May 5, 2020 :


    tarunjuneja

    Hi , just installed it and while re-registering for all finance related apps like Banks, Credit Cards etc, found that the Bank OTP is not getting generated or detected by these apps for the sim registration. I have also checked that I am able to send and receive the messages to individuals. Please suggest ASAP as I am unae to settle my dues with the banks due to COVID Lockdown.​


    They are aware about it. Working for the same.

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  8. MKT_IRFAN3735
    Jelly Bean May 6, 2020


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  9. MKT_IRFAN3735
    Jelly Bean May 6, 2020


  10. MKT_IRFAN3735
    Jelly Bean May 6, 2020


  11. MKT_IRFAN3735
    Jelly Bean May 6, 2020


  12. MKT_IRFAN3735
    Jelly Bean May 6, 2020


  13. MKT_IRFAN3735
    Jelly Bean May 6, 2020


  14. MKT_IRFAN3735
    Jelly Bean May 6, 2020

    MKT_IRFAN3735 , via OnePlus 5 , May 6, 2020 :
    working like champ
     

  15. MKT_IRFAN3735
    Jelly Bean May 6, 2020

    MKT_IRFAN3735 , via OnePlus 5 , May 6, 2020 :
    weird
     

  16. MKT_IRFAN3735
    Jelly Bean May 6, 2020


  17. 350Rocket
    Eclair May 6, 2020

    350Rocket , via OnePlus 5 , May 6, 2020 :
    speakerphone only works half the time, unless mine coincidentally decided to act up right after flashing open beta 1. OB2 didn't fix it, nor did the factory reset I should never have tried after that.

    is it possible to go back to 9.0.11 without another full wipe? my phone is not rooted or unlocked, stock recovery. the beta broke my most important app, my scheduling app for work.
     

  18. ruijmeira
    Gingerbread May 6, 2020

    ruijmeira , May 6, 2020 :
    don't think so. if you rely on your phone for work, you shouldn't try beta builds. I, myself have restrained from updating my 5T because I really need my phone working 100% (or close to 100%, in this case. damn Google app problems...)
     

  19. 350Rocket
    Eclair May 6, 2020

    350Rocket , via OnePlus 5 , May 6, 2020 :
    yes I learned my lesson. I should never have taken the chance. At this point do you think my best option is to unlock the bootloader, install TWRP and an android 9 ROM so I. an install my timesheet app for work? I can't even walk into a store and buy a phone on contract right now, and the mail is slow as hell right now, so buying used locally is probably the only other option.
     

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  20. ruijmeira
    Gingerbread May 6, 2020

    ruijmeira , May 6, 2020 :
    If I were you, I would go back to 9.0.11 (not other android 9 rom) and install the timesheet app there, assuming it was working before you flashed OB2. That would make it easier to update to stable 10.0.0 without losing any data, when it comes out.
    I think that you can revert to 9.0.11 without all that hassle, but I'm not too sure about this. Just Google (or look here in the community) for the correct way of doing it, I know it is a recurring question around here.
     

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