It’s been a few weeks since Google released the ninth major update to it’s mobile Android OS platform. It’s called Android Pie and it’s now hitting some smartphones in beta form. The latest is OnePlus 6 as OnePlus announced OxygenOS Beta second build just yesterday. This comes shortly after OxygenOS Open Beta 1 kicked off development for an eventual stable update on the OnePlus 6.
So, Oxygen OS Open Beta 2 doesn’t bring a big list of features as it is aimed at making amends for the bugs in the last update. Take a look at the official changelog below.
- Improved stability for Wi-Fi connection
- Optimized background power consumption control
- Optimization for the pocket mode to reduce accidental touches
- Optimized multi-tasking UI
- Optimized image quality for the front camera
- Some applications may not function as expected when running on this beta version
- Google Pay service is not working
Oxygen OS Open Beta 1 brought a complete new Pie look to the OnePlus 6 and if you’re considering moving to the beta program, then do note that it might be a bittersweet experience for you if you don’t know what you’re getting yourself into. It’s a beta program and comes with its fair share of bugs and fixes.
The new Oxygen OS Open Beta 2 comes in at 1.49 GB and if you’re already on the Open Beta 1, this will arrive as an OTA. If not, refer to the link below on how to flash the update.