Latest OxygenOS Open Beta update for OnePlus 5 and 5T brings along a bunch of fixes and improvements

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OnePlus is probably the fastest Android OEM when it comes to updating their devices. The company had Android 9 Pie running on the OnePlus 6 way before most other manufacturers even started beta testing Android Pie on their devices. OnePlus has now released an update for the OnePlus 5 and the OnePlus 5T via the Oxygen OS Open Beta 25 and Open Beta 23 respectively.
The new update brings along a ton of fixes and improvements for things such as the brightness control, color adaptation for the navigation bar in third-party apps, improved call history UI, and much more. There’s even more great news for OnePlus 5/5T users in India since the update brings along the caller identification feature as well for India.

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Here is the full chagelog for the OxygenOS Open Beta 25 for the OnePlus 5 and Open Beta 23 for the OnePlus 5T.

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Updated Android security patch to 2019.01
Improvements for screen brightness control
Confirm pin without tapping √ for app locker
Improved color adaptation for navigation bar when using third-party apps


Added create collection, copy and move photos features
New illustrations and design on blank pages
General Bug fixes and overall experience improvements


Added recommended tools in the toolbox
Improved UI for category tags in the app drawer


Added call history for incoming calls from unknown numbers
Improved UI for Call History
Deep integration with Google Duo
Added caller identification feature (For India only)


Added more search options to improve the accuracy of search results
Improved accuracy of weather descriptions
Added more unit options for precipitation, visibility, pressure and other data
Added more detailed descriptions to weather icons

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As you might notice, the changelog mentions several fixes and improvements mostly for major issues which have finally been addressed with this update. If you’re already on the OxygenOS Open Beta programme on your OnePlus 5 or 5T, then the update should now be available for you to download right away.
Note: The update is a beta update and users on the stable OxygenOS build would not receive this update.
Simply head over to Settings > System > System update and wait for the device to check for updates. Once the update is available to download simply tap on download and then install the update.

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