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OnePlus Open Now Eligible for the OxygenOS 14 Open Beta 1 Program in India

The latest and first foldable device from OnePlus, the OnePlus Open, has been made eligible for the OxygenOS 14 open beta 1 program in India. The update will enable users to experience the latest features of the custom skin before its official version is rolled out.

Here’s more about it.

OnePlus Open – OxygenOS 14 Open Beta 1 Update

As mentioned, it is the Indian users of the OnePlus Open that have now been made eligible for the OxygenOS 14 open beta 1 program. 5000 selected users will be given the update, but do note that as this is a beta version update, it will carry both known and unknown issues.

Speaking of some of the changelogs, improvements will be brought to system stability, launch speed of apps, and also for the smoothness in animation. The Aquamorphic Design has been upgraded with a better color experience, and Aquamorphic-themed ringtones and revamped system notification sounds have been added.

For better productivity, the brand has brought features such as File Dock, Content Extraction, and Smart Cutout. A better photo and video related permission management system is also present, and the Shelf has been improved with more widget recommendations.

A new carbon tracking AOD is also part of the update, helping users visualize the carbon emissions that is being avoided when they walk instead of drive.

How to apply?

Interested users can apply via the “Beta program” section on “About device” in “Settings”. Follow the necessary and stated steps and submit the application. It will be reviewed in five days and if found eligible, the update will be rolled out.

Ensure that the device runs on the latest stable version of the OxygenOS, and assure that there is at least 30% battery charge and 4GB storage left before proceeding with the update.

To roll-back, download the zip package from the respective OnePlus server and locally install it on the device.


Feedback can be submitted by dialing “*#800#” on Google Dialer, and filling it up on the pop-up window which appears.


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