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OnePlus 5, 5T get final OxygenOS Open Beta update

The company has confirmed that it has rolled out the last Open Beta 35 for the OnePlus 5 and Open Beta 33 for OnePlus 5T.

OnePlus has started rolling out a new OxygenOS Open Beta update to its older flagships, the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T. The new update brings some improvements and these are the last open betas for both the devices.

The company has confirmed that it has rolled out the last Open Beta 35 for the OnePlus 5 and Open Beta 33 for OnePlus 5T. However, OnePlus is planning to roll out Android Q to OnePlus 5 and 5T, but the future updates will be done through closed betas.

Coming to the changelog, the update brings improved functioning of weather application. The update improves scrolling experience for switching between pages along with weather cards for multiple cities can now be rearranged or deleted by a simple and hold function. The company has also optimised the user experience of the application.

The new Open Beta update also adds the Zen mode. The new mode was introduced with OnePlus 7 series and it basically allows users to not use their smartphone for 20 minutes. Apart from this, the beta update also brings improved animation effects in the Phone app and improved searching for contacts. The Phone app is also optimised for quick responses for declined calls and it supports editing quick responses. You can check the full changelog here:

  • 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

The company has also revealed the official rollback build that helps the testers to move back to a stable version. However, the company has warned that the process will wipe all the data. So, it is advisable that you create a backup before moving back to the stable version.

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