OxygenOS Open Beta 9 is now being implemented for OnePlus 7 Pro with a series of fixes, while also including the January 2019 security patch.
Announced in the official OnePlus forums, the most important inclusion of the update for many will undoubtedly be the January 2019 security patch. However, there are also other solutions that include improvements to the one-handed mode, which will allows you to access the bookmark application more easily.
There are also some network optimizations for the built-in game mode, which should result in a better overall gaming experience, there are also solutions to the locks that are seen in the OnePlus Weather application. Zen Mode has also had an update to version 1.5, which adds support for OnePlus account login and more historical data for the digital support application. You can see the complete change log of the update below:
OxygenOS Open Beta 9 for the OnePlus 7 Pro changelog
- Improved one-handed use for marker application
- Network optimized for a better gaming experience.
- Android security patch updated to 2020.01
- System stability was improved and general errors corrected
- Zen Mode V1.5.0
- OnePlus account login supported, badge synchronization and historical data
- Fixed issue of weather application blocking
Like all previous beta updates, it should now be implemented for those who are already registered. However, it may take a few days for your OTA file to appear. Alternatively, if you are happy to download the OTA file yourself, you can download Oxygen Updater and get the OxygenOS Open Beta 9 update right now.
It is also worth noting that, since it is still a beta software, you may encounter problems and problems that may not be resolved until the next update, although these tend to be more regular than stable updates.
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