OxygenOS Open Beta 24 for the OnePlus 5 and Open Beta 22 for OnePlus 5T

  1. sachinsankh
    Donut Jan 4, 2019

    sachinsankh , Jan 4, 2019 :
    presently i'm on open beta 24, if i want to revert to stable version, i must revert to 9.0.0 or 9.0.1??

  2. Mr_Cyrox
    KitKat Jan 4, 2019

    Mr_Cyrox , Jan 4, 2019 :
    Doesn't matter but 9.0.1 might be best because of bug fixes in that version

  3. Le_zOU
    Cupcake Jan 4, 2019

    Le_zOU , Jan 4, 2019 :
    see my post earlier today

  4. Avinashku
    Cupcake Jan 4, 2019

  5. ju57_74zz
    Gingerbread Jan 4, 2019

    ju57_74zz , Jan 4, 2019 :
    Well, maybe it was a bug, and maybe it was no difference when change bass, treble, mid, etc, but I can say it was a difference just to select oneplus wireless bullets from the menu.

    Anyway.. I think is not good enough even they added in future releases.

    What we need is a stand-alone app with possibility to tune audio from there, to put to sleep, to see battery, to select auto play music, so on and so forth.

    For example I have a friend which is a Samsung user, but he loves my oneplus bullets wireless and he plan to buy one pair.. It will be good for him to use full features.. He needs to test my headphones prior to buy them, in order to see if the bass is enaugh. And I wold say it's not. It was when I selected oneplus wireless bullets from tuner audio menu.
    So I don't know how much it was a bug, but for me it was enough to select oneplus wireless bullets and the overall audio experience it was better. I hope it was not only in my head...

  6. Mr_Cyrox
    KitKat Jan 4, 2019

    Mr_Cyrox , Jan 4, 2019 :
    If it partially worked then it may mean they are working on a beta feature on Audio Tuner for wireless earphones/headphones just like in the OnePlus 6 Open Beta and OnePlus 6T Stable update...
    I would probably buy the OnePlus Wireless Earphones then :p

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  7. PokiX
    Jelly Bean Jan 4, 2019

    PokiX , Jan 4, 2019 :
    Any particular reason to change to stable?

  8. vinz_uk80
    Gingerbread Jan 4, 2019

    vinz_uk80 , Jan 4, 2019 :
    Almost 1 week that i'm under OB24 on my OP5, and so far, so good.
    Battery life is amazing, really stable (I had one reboot on OB23) no issue at all with all of my apps (restored a titanium backup from 5.1.7).
    With a clean flash and restore, really no issue.

    Keep up the good work OP. When I see that a flagship like the HTC U11 did not get any update for 1 YEAR, still under Oreo 8.0 and dec 2017 security patch, really glad to have purchased my OP5.

  9. E1518710963438
    Donut Jan 4, 2019

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  10. vinz_uk80
    Gingerbread Jan 4, 2019

    vinz_uk80 , Jan 4, 2019 :
    In all of the apps that i use, i don't notice the lags.
    Do you have apps in particular that you find laggy while scrolling?

  11. TejasMosamkar
    Cupcake Jan 4, 2019

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  12. H1540968790956
    Froyo Jan 4, 2019

    H1540968790956 , Jan 4, 2019 :
    yes fix this issue as soon as possible OnePlus

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  13. sachinsankh
    Donut Jan 4, 2019

    sachinsankh , Jan 4, 2019 :
    battery is draining fast, lagging from past 1 week, unable to clear overall cache in open beta 24

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  14. Aziz_Amin_Oneplus
    Jelly Bean Jan 4, 2019

    Aziz_Amin_Oneplus , Jan 4, 2019 :
    Wrong thread buddy this is Open beta thread.

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  15. soroush92
    Cupcake Jan 4, 2019

    soroush92 , Jan 4, 2019 :
    So lagy so drain battery and google play service usage a lot of battery
    Please fix this bugs
    Last edited: Jan 4, 2019

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  16. borft
    Jelly Bean Jan 4, 2019

  17. Harshag11
    Froyo Jan 4, 2019

    Harshag11 , Jan 4, 2019 :
    Steps to switch from Open Beta to Stable:

    1. Backup your photo data
    2. Switch off your device
    3. Boot to stock recovery using by holding down volume down + power key
    4. Click on Wipe Data and Cache and Click on Wipe Everything
    5. Go back and click on Install from ADB and click yes
    6. Download the latest OxygenOS zip file and adb - https://dl.google.com/android/repository/platform-tools_r28.0.1-windows.zip (Install Oneplus USB drivers if they are not installed)
    7. Open CMD prompt, Goto the location where adb is copied ex: c:\platform-tools
    8. Run the command adb devices. This should return your phone with a serial number
    9. Run command adb sideload OxygenOS.zip
    10. Don't reboot yet, go back and click wipe data and cache, wipe everything and also wipe cache (i think it is not needed but just to be double sure)
    11. Reboot

    Note: Steps 6-9 can be replaced with Install from Local Storage as well

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  18. Kapuya
    Cupcake Jan 4, 2019

    Kapuya , Jan 4, 2019 :
    Hi guys, I'm currently on the beta 22 OP5T and it's been okay, (save for periodic app crashes and random reboots). I'm looking to revert back to the stable pie ROM. any chance someone can share the Rollback ROM? Thank you in advance.

  19. kunal4
    Gingerbread Jan 5, 2019

    kunal4 , Jan 5, 2019 :
    Is your battery problem related to Google Play services? I had the issue too. Stopped and cleared data a couple of times, and removed an app which was using gms a lot (I don't know how much that contributed tbh but I didn't need it), and it went away. Also, moving to stable won't help with overall cache. It's changed with Pie.

  20. Andy L.
    OneLab Team Jan 5, 2019

    Andy L. , Jan 5, 2019 :
    The app crashes are probably because the apps haven't been updated to work with Pie yet, but the random reboots seem to be completely random; some people have it and some don't.

    As for moving back to official, I don't think there is a rollback build was provided. It's just the same as always, a full wipe and clean install.
    The update zip you an download from here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/oneplus-5t/how-to/official-oxygenos-4-7-2-7-1-1-ota-t3709265

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