OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7 users are getting their first OxygenOS 11 Open Beta update. Based on Android 11, this isn’t a commercial stable update, but is a public beta version that can be tested by anyone. It is riddled with a few bugs and its recommended that you don’t install it on your daily-driving handsets. The OxygenOS 11 open beta changelog suggests that the update brings a new UI, tweaks to the camera, ambient display, upgrades to dark mode and Gallery.
OnePlus 7 series was launched in 2019 and was due to get the Android 11 update in some time. The new update includes an updated camera user interface, tweaks in dark mode, faster loading for the gallery, ambient display and others. It will enable the formation of weekly videos with your photos and videos in the storage. The company has also added 10 new clock styles with Oxygen OS 11.
In order to download the latest update, one needs to keep the battery percentage of the device to at least 30 per cent, free up 3GB of space and stay connected to Wi-Fi. It is also advised to take a backup of the data in case there is a complication.
.How to install the latest OxygenOS 11 Open Beta update on OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7 handsets:
.This will not erase the data, but it is important to do a full backup beforehand, in any case. Follow these steps to install:
.Download the latest ROM upgrade zip package from the specified server.
.Copy the ROM upgrade package to the phone storage.
.Go to Settings > System > System Updates > Click top right icon > Local upgrade > Click on the corresponding installation package > upgrade > System upgrade completed to 100 percent.
.After the upgrade is complete, click Restart.