OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T series get OxygenOS Open Beta 19/9 with October 2020 patches and front camera flashback fix

OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T series get OxygenOS Open Beta 19/9 with October 2020 patches and front camera flashback fix

OnePlus is back again with a new Open Beta version of OxygenOS for both the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T series, specifically Open Beta 19 for the OnePlus 7/7 Pro and Open Beta 9 for the OnePlus 7T/7T Pro. The last stable channel update for these phones rolled out a few days ago, featuring September 2020 security patches and a few other changes. The newest beta builds, on the other hand, finally brings in the October 2020 security patch.

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There really isn’t much else to report with this update, other than a fix related to the front camera. You can read the full changelog below:

  • System
    • Improved system stability and fixed general issues
    • Updated Android Security Patch to 2020.10
  • Camera
    • Fixed the flashback issue when switched to the front camera in particular cases

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While the new beta is still based on Android 10, those looking for the Android 11 update for the OnePlus 7 and 7T series won’t have to wait much longer. The Chinese variants of these smartphones have recently picked up a new set of HydrogenOS beta builds with a similar changelog, which are apparently the final Android 10-based updates on the beta channel. According to the release note, the first public beta version based on Android 11 for the 7/7T lineup will be launched by the end of the year. The declaration is indeed in line with the previous claim made by the company.


Download Links – OxygenOS Open Beta 19 (OnePlus 7 series), Open Beta 9 (OnePlus 7T series)

OnePlus 7 – Open Beta 19

OnePlus 7 Pro – Open Beta 19

OnePlus 7T – Open Beta 9

OnePlus 7T Pro – Open Beta 9

Thanks to XDA Senior Member Some_Random_Username for the download links!

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