OnePlus released the fourth open beta patch of OxygenOS 11 for the OnePlus 7 and 7T series three months ago. OxygenOS 11 Open Beta 5 is now being sent out to both series by the firm. The newest version brings May 2021 monthly security patch, bug fixes, and enhancements to the OnePlus 7 and 7T series. Everything regarding the OnePlus 7 (Pro) OxygenOS 11 Open Beta 5 is now available for OnePlus 7 and 7T series can be found here.
The 345MB update is available for the OnePlus 7T with the OP7T O2 Beta 5 version number. If your smartphone is running on a stable release, sideloading will demand a significant amount of data. For the time being, OnePlus does not provide information regarding the rollout on its community forum, although some users on social media have reported receiving the latest update on their OnePlus 7 and 7T phones.
The monthly security patch for May 2021 is included in the OxygenOS 11 Open Beta 5 release. The business also fixes a number of flaws, including the Google Fi app calling problem, as well as stability and other known concerns. Third-party app compatibility on Android 11, Wi-Fi stability, gallery app loading speed enhancements, and more are all included in the update. Before sideloading, you may review the whole changelog here.
OnePlus 7T OxygenOS 11 Open Beta 5 Update – Changelog
- Reduced battery consumption under specific scenarios
- Improved the compatibility of specific third-party apps on Android 11
- Fixed known issues and improved system stability
- Upgrade Android Security Patch level to May 2021
- Improved the overall application stability
- Fixed the probability issue about can not answer the calls via Google Fi app
- Improved the Wi-Fi connection stability
- Improved the overall loading speed
- Improved the animation performance and frame rate
OnePlus 7 & 7T Series OxygenOS 11 Open Beta 5 Update
Users of the OnePlus 7, 7 Pro, 7T, or 7T Pro may now update to OxygenOS 11 Open Beta 5. If your device is on the open beta, you’ll get the update through OTA, but if it’s on the stable version, you may join the beta program and then upgrade to the newest software.
If you’re updating from a stable release, make a backup of your vital data beforehand. Before sideloading the update, make sure your phone is at least 50% charged.
If your smartphone is in open beta and you haven’t received the OTA, go to Settings > System > System Updates to manually check for updates. It will look for the newest update and show it to you. To begin the procedure, click Download & Install.
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