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OxygenOS Android 10 Open Beta 3 for OnePlus 5/5T

  1. jpnpadmanabham
    Cupcake May 24, 2020


  2. swapnilshahh
    Gingerbread May 24, 2020

    swapnilshahh , via OnePlus 5 , May 24, 2020 :
    no
     

  3. shivkarora
    Cupcake May 24, 2020


  4. engr_maruf
    Donut May 24, 2020


  5. Waveform Modifier
    Marshmallow May 24, 2020

    Waveform Modifier , May 24, 2020 :
    That will never happen. OnePlus already said no 2 years ago.
     

  6. ninja123456 , via OnePlus 5 Midnight Black , May 24, 2020 :
    so many users will disagree to that. they have all moved back to beta 2 and others to pie. but it all depends on the things you use in android 10
     

  7. FredericoMaia
    Donut May 24, 2020


  8. FredericoMaia
    Donut May 24, 2020

    FredericoMaia , via OnePlus 5T , May 24, 2020 :
    How back to pie?
     

  9. Sakib748
    Froyo May 24, 2020

    Sakib748 , via OnePlus 5T , May 24, 2020 :
    download the any stable version like 9.0.11 and then manually install it but before doing that make sure having backup of ur whole device cause it'll completely wipe up ur data
     

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  10. hjs2396
    Gingerbread May 24, 2020

    hjs2396 , via OnePlus 5T , May 24, 2020 :
    you can have the old gestures back
    just install setedit from playstore
    open it
    and scroll down till you see the line which i marked in the screenshot
    click on that and click edit and change 1 to 0

    you will have old gestures back
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  11. sahu7428
    Cupcake May 24, 2020


  12. paulomodesto
    Jelly Bean May 24, 2020

    paulomodesto , via OnePlus 5T , May 24, 2020 :


    hjs2396

    you can have the old gestures back
    just install setedit from playstore
    open it
    and scroll down till you see the line which i marked in the screenshot
    click on that and click edit and change 1 to 0

    you will have old gestures back
    View attachment 1319661


    That It is not the old gestures as it was.
    It only mimics it.

    You cannot switch between 2 open apps swiping up and right only.

    If you have 4 or 5 apps opened in background you can switch fast one by one only swiping up and right, but when you reach the end of the opened apps, it just don't return to the first one, you have to swipe up and left until you reach the first app again or other app, in OnePlus gestures that just don't happen, it's like a carrousel.
     

  13. N1545231225658
    Froyo May 24, 2020

    N1545231225658 , May 24, 2020 :
    Will this affect all the new google gestures or just the back (swipe from sides) gesture?
     

  14. hjs2396
    Gingerbread May 24, 2020

    hjs2396 , via OnePlus 5T , May 24, 2020 :
    i did not get your point
     

  15. hjs2396
    Gingerbread May 24, 2020

    hjs2396 , via OnePlus 5T , May 24, 2020 :
    it is just like old gestures
     

  16. A1590302867545
    Cupcake May 24, 2020


  17. RobertCullen
    Froyo May 24, 2020

    RobertCullen , via OnePlus 5T , May 24, 2020 :
    Only playing Pokemon Go for 20 minutes and my phone on this beta build is over heating. Over heating to a point it's uncomfortable to hold the phone . This needs to be addressed in the next/final build.
     

  18. paulomodesto
    Jelly Bean May 24, 2020

    paulomodesto , via OnePlus 5T , May 24, 2020 :
    The back Gestures are the same but the way we change quickly from one open app to another app it's not the same.
    when switching apps with rapid gesture up and right, it simple don't rotate infinitely the opened apps, when you reach the last app you have to change gesture to left to return back all the apps.
    It's a small thing but for me it's an huge handicap.

    It's more easy and fast for me to switch apps swiping up and right then swiping up to left, mainly using only 1 hand.


    Try this to understand:
    If you have 2 apps, one opened and other running in background, to switch fast to the app in background you quickly Swipe up and Right, then to switch back to previous app, you have to quickly Swipe up but you also have to remember that now you have to swipe left, because if you swipe right again it will not work.
    With old OnePlus Navigation Gestures, every time you quickly Swipe up and right or left "the one it's more practical for you" you will always successful switch apps.
     

  19. hjs2396
    Gingerbread May 24, 2020

    hjs2396 , via OnePlus 5T , May 24, 2020 :
    paulomodesto

    The back Gestures are the same but the way we change quickly from one open app to another app it's not the same.
    when switching apps with rapid gesture up and right, it simple don't rotate infinitely the opened apps, when you reach the last app you have to change gesture to left to return back all the apps.
    It's a small thing but for me it's an huge handicap.

    It's more easy and fast for me to switch apps swiping up and right then swiping up to left, mainly using only 1 hand.


    Try this to understand:
    If you have 2 apps, one opened and other running in background, to switch fast to the app in background you quickly Swipe up and Right, then to switch back to previous app, you have to quickly Swipe up but you also have to remember that now you have to swipe left, because if you swipe right again it will not work.
    With old OnePlus Navigation Gestures, every time you quickly Swipe up and right or left "the one it's more practical for you" you will always successful switch apps.



    in the old gestures too when we used an app had to switch we used to swipe up and right to go to another and for everytime we want to change app we just swipe up and then right.

    as you can see down there i was using community app and i switched to camera by swiping up and right
    and when i wanted to switch back to community app
    i had to do the same thing

    PS: if at all for the case of handicap he can use the navigation bar which will be easy for him






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  20. paulomodesto
    Jelly Bean May 24, 2020

    paulomodesto , via OnePlus 5T , May 24, 2020 :
    That is one way of switching between apps, but it is not the fastest way to switch from one app to another, and not the one I use more often.
    Try swiping up and right without leaving up the finger from the screen, you will switch of app very quickly.