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OxygenOS Open Beta 2 for the OnePlus 6T

  1. Mister_X_CDN Eclair Jan 9, 2019

    Mister_X_CDN, Jan 9, 2019 :
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  2. J1527581389736 Donut Jan 9, 2019

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  3. lionheart1910 Cupcake Jan 9, 2019


  4. Saenz4931 Honeycomb Jan 9, 2019

    Saenz4931, Jan 9, 2019 :
    If IS not a TMO variant, you good to go
     

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  5. ironass KitKat Jan 9, 2019

    ironass, Jan 9, 2019 :
    This thread is for the purpose of testing, evaluation and reporting on the Open Beta 2 test firmware.

    If for any reason, you wish to leave Beta testing and move back to the stock, stable, OnePlus firmware you will, as per post #2, need to use the OnePlus 6T MsmDownloadTool v4.0 mentioned in that link. If you have any questions or require further assistance in doing so, then you should request it on that thread which is specifically for that purpose and not go, "Off Topic", on here. Thanks.
     
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  6. Dragos Zota Eclair Jan 9, 2019


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  7. ironass KitKat Jan 9, 2019

    ironass, Jan 9, 2019 :
    Rule #1... Do not ask for ETA's on Beta firmware releases.

    OnePlus will release, on average, a Beta firmware roughly twice a month. This does not mean that they will be 2 weeks apart. They could be within days of one another or 4+ weeks apart. It all depends on what OnePlus would like to test or fix.
     
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  8. Dragos Zota Eclair Jan 9, 2019


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  9. Mayze23 Donut Jan 9, 2019

    Mayze23, Jan 9, 2019 :
    There's more "how to" and instruction posts in this thread than there is about the firmware itself. Don't install beta software unless you KNOW how to revert back to stable. SMH........
     

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  10. deepukallu Eclair Jan 9, 2019

    deepukallu, Jan 9, 2019 :
    system adaptive brightness is not working properly before this with oxygen os was great and system is lagging sometimes during games and data connectivity of the network is not gud lot of network issue.
     

  11. Mister_X_CDN Eclair Jan 9, 2019

    Mister_X_CDN, Jan 9, 2019 :
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    that is the guide....

    reading all the comments about reverting back to stock oos is painful
     

  12. snabb Honeycomb Jan 9, 2019

    snabb, Jan 9, 2019 :
    I had OP5T and I bought OP6T, but it feels like I bought OP3.

    The fingerprint scanner's unlocking speed & accuracy sucks...

    Hope OnePlus team will fix it with feature updates...
     

  13. dermot33 Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 9, 2019

    dermot33, Jan 9, 2019 :
    Use face unlock,The fingerprint will never be on par with earlier phones,works though,most of the time.I personally only use it for app verification
     

  14. snabb Honeycomb Jan 9, 2019

    snabb, Jan 9, 2019 :
    I also use face unlock most of times, because I realised that I have no choice.
     

  15. snabb Honeycomb Jan 9, 2019

    snabb, Jan 9, 2019 :
    Does anyone have following issue?

    "Alarm icon showing wrong information on home screen and lock screen"

    I set only one alarm but my clock widget shows wrong information.

    Wiped cache (recovery mode) also in clock application.

    These steps did not help.

    The issue has been reported to OnePlus 2018.12.25 - no answer.

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  16. Yannis Neris Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 9, 2019

    Yannis Neris, Jan 9, 2019 :
    Or you can use twrp:rolleyes::)
     

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  18. ironass KitKat Jan 9, 2019

    ironass, Jan 9, 2019 :
    Have you got a link to the detailed instructions for switching to stock, stable, OxygenOS, using TWRP?
     

  19. Yannis Neris Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 9, 2019

    Yannis Neris, Jan 9, 2019 :
    For users with twrp installed , no need instuctions i guess...
    Just boot on twrp and make a clean flash from latest OOS full zip....
    EDIT : if detailed installation instructions need i can provide them...
     

  20. ironass KitKat Jan 9, 2019

    ironass, Jan 9, 2019 :
    Yeah, I'm on TWRP 3.2.3-28, as per my signature but I shudder about asking noobs to install .img and installer, etc: and then walk them through the wiping and flashing process. Lets be honest, if they cannot manage the tool in post #2 I hate to think about TWRP. Besides, anyone on TWRP custom recovery shouldn't need spoon feeding I would have thought.