The most recent OxygenOS 10 public beta of the OnePlus 6 and 6T brings bug fixes and camera improvements

OnePlus 6T

While some devices are now receiving an Android 9 Pie update, OnePlus is launching another beta update based on Android 10 with its OxygenOS 10 skin for the OnePlus 6 and 6T.

This update brings solutions to some minor errors along with improvements to the camera. It is above the level of the October 2019 security patch.

One of the most important errors that are being solved is a certain tendency of the phones to freeze and restart randomly (such is the case of the beta versions of the operating system). Another important mistake that is being addressed is a problem with fingerprint identification, along with a solution for delaying animation when fingerprints are used to unlock phones. Other goodness, if you prefer to use the 5 GHz channel on your WiFi router, then you may experience an improved connection with this update.

OxygenOS 10 Changelog

The complete change log for OxygenOS 10 Open Beta 31 (OnePlus 6) and Open Beta 19 (OnePlus 6T) is as follows:

  • System:
    • Corrected the problem of fingerprint identification
    • Fixed animation delay for fingerprint unlock
    • Fixed automatic freeze and restart issues
    • The stability of the system was improved and other known problems were solved.
  • Camera:
    • Performance was improved and general errors corrected
  • WiFi and internet:
    • 5 GHz WiFi connection corrected

The usual: we recommend having the respective smartphone connected to a stable and high-speed Wi-Fi network to download and then install the new beta firmware package, in order to avoid unwanted consumption of the provider's data package. It is also vital to have a good battery level to avoid any possible inconvenience during the installation process.

You can download the firmware packages manually through the links that the XDA-Developers portal through this link.