OnePlus is rolling out Oxygen OS Open Beta for OnePlus 3 and 3T

Trendy Techz One Plus 3 and OnePlus 3TOnePlus is the most popular Smartphone Company from china. Even though it is the Subsidiary of OPPO Electronics it has Unique qualities which Oppo doesn’t have. OnePlus banged the Smartphone industry with its Smartphones like OnePlus 3, 3T and now the latest OnePlus 5. Soon OnePlus will release 5T to the world but today we want to share about the Open Beta Update Rolling to the OnePlus 3 and 3T devices. This is the first bug fix for Android Oreo based on Oxygen OS. So, today in this post we will share all the details including how to register for Open beta. Lets start our post,

 OxygenOS Open Beta 26 for OnePlus 3 and 17 for 3T:

Trendy Techz OnePlus 3 and One Plus 3T

OnePlus on their official Forum site stated that they are rolling out the OxygenOS Open beta 26 for OnePlus 3 and 17 for OnePlus 3T. This beta will be the first bug fix for Android Oreo. On 16th October 2017 OnePlus via OTA rolled out the Android O to these two device and since then they are working hard to improve the bug fixes on these devices because of the software update. So, Here are the changes made in this Beta Update,

  • First and foremost important changelog is the feedback app is back and you can report all the bug issues directly using the app.
  • Voicemail tab in the dialer is back and OnePlus Apologized for this mistake.
  • WiFi and Data Connectivity along with the NFC Performance is improved.
  • Heating issues during the usage of phone is done.
  • Picture in Picture stability and some general bug fixes.

Finger Print scanner and the Performance are still being optimized. So, you will see Slight lag in the Finger print Senor. These two are known issues for OnePlus and if you have any other Bug reports regarding this Update you can free to ask in the forum .

NOTE: This is just a beta Update and will be send to the beta users only. If you want to join the Open beta program you can refer the instructions and can download it from here

Once you became member of Open Beta you will no longer receive the regular stable OTA’s updates. So, perform this action under your own risk.

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