OnePlus Serves Android 13/OxygenOS 13 Open Beta 2 To OnePlus 10T Users
As of now, all flagship smartphones have received the stable Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 update after completing the beta program. While the OnePlus 10 series companion, OnePlus 10T smartphone users are still waiting for the stable OxygenOS 13 update. Now, good news for OnePlus 10T users, the Chinese tech giant has officially released OxygenOS 13 Open Beta 2 for them.
As per the OxygenOS 13 strategy, we know that the Chinese smartphone maker, OnePlus, will soon be rolling out the stable OxygenOS 13 update for OnePlus 10T users. On the other hand, the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta 2 comes with some improvements and some bug fixes that came with the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta update, which is based on the Android 13 operating system.
OnePlus fans can recognize the new OxygenOS 13 Open Beta 2 update for their OnePlus 10T smartphone through OxygenOS build version CPH2413_11_C.11. Furthermore, you will have to compromise with 456.45 megabytes of storage space for installing the firmware.
In addition, the over-the-air update brings the latest November 2022 Android security patch for better system protection. It is responsible for various vulnerability disclosure and handling, including 4 critical, 10 high, 10 moderate, and 2 low.
To check for the latest software update on your OnePlus 10T, go to System Settings and enter the Software & Updates menu. Once you tap on the System Update option, the latest update for your device will appear on the screen. Finally, hit the Download button and complete the installation process.
OnePlus 10T OxygenOS 13 Open Beta 2 What’s new:
The latest OxygenOS 13 beta update for the new flagship OnePlus 10T smartphone improves the screen performance by fixing the screen flickering issue that can occur when you unlock your device using your fingerprint. It further fixes an issue in which fingerprints fail to be enrolled after you select a fingerprint style.
The issues that the Quick Settings panel occasionally cannot be pulled down after you unlock your device, and display issues with the icons that might occur when you pull down the Quick Settings panel in Dark mode have also been fixed with this update.
Lastly, the changelog notes that the company fixes the problem that causes the Camera app to crash in certain scenarios. Plus, it fixes an issue where the camera viewfinder might flicker and more. For more details, you can check the complete changelog which is given below.
To recall, the OxygenOS 13 open beta update comes with aquamorphic design, new widgets, new system icons, Quantum Animation Engine 4.0, meeting assistant, a larger folder, emoji avatars, kid space, and more.
- For more information: OxygenOS 13 Key Features
- Integrates the November 2022 Android security patch to enhance system security.
- Improves system stability.
- Fixes a screen flicker issue that might occur when you unlock your device using your fingerprint.
- Fixes an issue where fingerprints fail to be enrolled after you choose a fingerprint style.
- Fixes an issue where the Quick Settings panel occasionally cannot be pulled down after you unlock your device.
- Fixes a display issue with the icons that might occur when you pull down the Quick Settings panel in Dark mode.
- Fixes an issue where the Camera app might crash in certain scenarios.
- Fixes an issue where the camera viewfinder might flicker.
- Fixes an issue where the preview of photos might not respond to your taps after a photo is taken.
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