1. ironass's Avatar
    OnePlus have just started the Open Beta 15 & 7 OTA roll out for the OnePlus 6 & 6T to test new features and fixes that may or may not, come to future firmware updates. You will only receive this test firmware OTA if you are already on their Open Beta releases.



    Camera version 3.0.32

    Android Security patch = March 2019

    This is the 7th Open Beta release for the 6T in 84 days

    (N.B. Open Beta is not available for the T-Mobile carrier minority variant)

    More info to follow
    03-25-2019 03:38 PM
  2. ironass's Avatar
    Still have 4GB of ZRAM in this version for the 8GB 6T model...




    Rooted users can remove it, if so desired, thanks to Yannis Neris' post...

    https://forums.oneplus.com/threads/o...#post-20058588
    03-25-2019 04:34 PM
  3. ironass's Avatar
    If you cannot wait for the OTA update, you can download the Open Beta firmware and flash it via Local upgrade thanks to Funk Wizard over on xda developers forum.

    OnePlus 6T Open Beta 7 Full .zip

    OnePlus 6 Open Beta 15 Full .zip

    Alternatively, you could use Oxygen Updater, free from the Google Play Store.
    03-25-2019 05:34 PM
  4. Ryano89's Avatar
    Off topic but do you have any idea what this is?
    Attached Thumbnails Open Beta 15 & 7 for Oneplus 6 & 6T-84562.jpg  
    03-25-2019 07:46 PM
  5. ironass's Avatar
    Off topic but do you have any idea what this is?
    Sorry Ryano89... you've got me on that one. Something to do with your email possibly.
    03-25-2019 08:00 PM
  6. Ryano89's Avatar
    Sorry Ryano89... you've got me on that one. Something to do with your email possibly.
    Maybe, I just use Gmail but I'm stumped as well.
    03-25-2019 08:25 PM
  7. ironass's Avatar
    The new screenshot edit UI is much better IMHO. Much more intuitive and convenient.
    03-25-2019 10:13 PM
  8. jasonb's Avatar
    Is there any reason not to run these betas? I'm on the unlocked 8GB/256gb 6t using the regular software. Are they just as stable as the regular builds?
    03-25-2019 10:32 PM
  9. Ryano89's Avatar
    So far so good, although I don't really notice what's different about the screenshot or photo editing ui
    03-26-2019 08:37 AM
  10. Kendahl Titcomb's Avatar
    Is there any reason not to run these betas? I'm on the unlocked 8GB/256gb 6t using the regular software. Are they just as stable as the regular builds?
    I've not encountered any problems at all in the past several updates. These "beta" updates are probably the most stable builds I've ever felt with when it comes to beta testing. What little issues I have had are not major difficulties or even draws away from anything, they've been things that are easily fixed with a cache dump and or a soft reset.
    03-26-2019 09:23 AM
  11. ironass's Avatar
    Is there any reason not to run these betas? I'm on the unlocked 8GB/256gb 6t using the regular software. Are they just as stable as the regular builds?
    As the guy who jumped off the Empire State building was heard to say, as he passed the 21st floor... "So far, so good".

    So far the Open Betas for the OnePlus 6 & 6T have been pretty good and stable. However, as the OnePlus 5 & 5T Open Beta testers found out recently... this is not always the case.

    OnePlus Suspends Latest OxygenOS Open Beta Over Bricking Issues with Some OnePlus 5/5T Units


    This is my stock warning to would-be Open Beta testers in the OnePlus forum...

    "WARNING! Open Beta releases are for competent and experienced users since they may not always be stable and are for the purposes of testing and reporting to OnePlus to help them develop future stock firmware and features. By installing this Open Beta, you accept the potential risks. Once on the Open Beta pathway you will no longer receive the regular OnePlus, Official Stable OTA's and you will need to completely wipe your phone before attempting to return to Official Stable OnePlus stock firmware."
    03-27-2019 08:44 AM

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