OnePlus 5 and 5T are getting their last Open Betas

Peter, 26 June 2019

The latest OxygenOS Open Betas are out for the OnePlus 5 and 5T (v35 and v33, respectively). They bring some minor improvements, but they are more important for another reason – they will be the last open betas for the 5th generation OnePlus phones.

Don’t worry, OnePlus still plans to deliver Android Q to the 5 and 5T. However, testing for future firmware updates will be done only through closed betas. So only people who didn’t want to wait for the stable release will be affected.

Installing the last open beta on the OnePlus 5T (screenshots courtesy of arpit1+) Installing the last open beta on the OnePlus 5T (screenshots courtesy of arpit1+)
Installing the last open beta on the OnePlus 5T (screenshots courtesy of arpit1+)

As for the Open Beta 35/33, here’s the full change log:

  • System
    • General bug fixes and stability improvements
  • Weather
    • Improved scrolling experience for switching between pages
    • Weather cards for multiple cities can now be rearranged or deleted by tapping and holding on them
    • Optimized user experience by allowing you to use this app while app permission to access GPS location is disabled
  • Phone
    • Improved animation effects when switching between pages
    • Improved experience with searching for contacts
    • Optimized Quick Responses for declined calls and supported editing Quick Responses
  • Zen Mode
    • Added Zen Mode helping you keep away from the screen and back to life for 20 minutes

If your OnePlus 5/5T is running the latest Open Beta, the new version will install over the air. If you haven’t, it’s probably a bad time to start – OnePlus warns that moving back to the stable firmware requires a full wipe of the device (again, there won’t be new open betas, so you’ll have to switch at some point).

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  • gioni

any way...from 6, 6t and above this compay don t give a f... about customers.

  • Anonymous

Heh, like I told ya. Same will happen to 5/5T, and next is 6/6T and then 7 and 7 Pro. No way out.

  • Anonymous

Not even 2 years...

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