OnePlus Nord 2T Joins OxygenOS 13 Open Beta Update

OnePlus Nord 2T Joins OxygenOS 13 Open Beta Update

Oneplus invites users of the OnePlus Nord 2T to participate in the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta program. According to reports, the company will invite only 5,000 OnePlus Nord 2T users to the OxygenOS 13 Open beta update ahead of time in India. Then, over the next few days, it will gradually roll out to more users and regions. Furthermore, if you want to successfully upgrade this build on your device, please ensure that it is running the most recent OxygenOS 12 version number- CPH2401 11 A.17.

Furthermore, applications for the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta for Nord CE 2T 5G will be accepted in batches from December 01, 2022, to December 03, 2022. The OxygenOS 13 update is based on the Android 13 operating system, which has introduced significant changes to the market. Let’s talk about the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta’s new features and improvements.

OnePlus Nord 2T 5G OxygenOS 13 Open Beta Version Changelog:

The OxygenOS 13 Beta software update for the OnePlus Nord 2 Lite 5G Android 13 brings a unique design philosophy, an Aquamorphic design display redesign, and a slew of new features.

OxygenOS 13 includes a home screen world clock widget, the meeting assistant, larger home screen folders, media playback controls in Quick Settings, more markup tools, a sidebar for screenshot editing, a Toolbox, an Automatic pixelation feature, kid space, a dynamic computing engine, and many other new features.

How To Apply:

To apply this OxygenOS 13 beta update on your Nord 2T in India. Go to Settings, then scroll down, click on About Device, and tap on the Official version. From here, tap on the icon in the top right, select Beta Program and tap on Beta, fill in your information, and finally tap Apply Now.

You will receive this update within five working days of your successful submission of your application; You can check for the update by going to your Device’s Settings > About Device> Download now.

Note: This is an OxygenOS 13 Open beta update and is not a stable version, which may have unexpected effects on your phone and affect daily life, and some third-party app versions are not yet compatible with Android 13. So, we recommend that you do not install the beta version on your primary phone.

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