Download: OnePlus 7/7T series gets OxygenOS Open Beta 17/7 with August 2020 security patches and bug fixes

Download: OnePlus 7/7T series gets OxygenOS Open Beta 17/7 with August 2020 security patches and bug fixes

OnePlus recently announced a revision to the frequency of OxygenOS Open Beta update rollouts. To improve the stability of their public beta builds, the company is going to reduce the frequency of Open Beta updates to a single OTA per month instead of 2 (or more, considering hotfixes). In accordance with the new strategy, OnePlus had rolled out an open beta build in June and July. And for the new month of August, we have a new set of Open Beta builds that bring over August 2020 security patches and a bunch of bug fixes.

The update bumps the Android security patch level (SPL) to August 2020 and includes several fixes and optimizations. The update also includes a new user assistance feature, which includes tips on how to use the phone. This is present at Settings > OnePlus Tips & Help.


The complete changelog for the Open Beta 17 and Open Beta 7 update for the OnePlus 7 series and OnePlus 7T series can be found below:

  • System
    • Newly added user assistance feature to help user master usage skills quickly(Route: Settings>OnePlus Tips&Help)
    • Fixed the abnormal error occurred in Lockbox
    • Fixed the auto-start issue with QXDM logs after reboot
    • Optimized user experience with long screenshot in some scenarios
    • Updated Android security patch to 2020.08
  • Messages
    • Optimized the categorization, messages of the same contact now merged in one card(India only)
  • File Manager
    • Fixed the issue that File Manager did not display some downloaded documents of apps
  • Network
    • Improved the stability of Wi-Fi transfers

Download OxygenOS Open Beta 17/7 for the OnePlus 7/7T series

OnePlus 7

OnePlus 7 Pro

OnePlus 7T

OnePlus 7T Pro

Thanks to XDA Senior Member Some_Random_Username for the download links!

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