[Update: Rolling out to T-Mobile] OxygenOS 10 based on Android 10 released for the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro
Right after Google released Android 10 for the Google Pixel lineup and the Essential Phone, OnePlus joined the party with OxygenOS Open Beta 1 based on Android 10 for the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro. This was followed up with the release of Open Beta 2 for the phones, fixing some of the more prominent bugs that users were facing. Now that these bugs have been fixed, OnePlus has begun rolling out stable OxygenOS 10.0 based on Android 10 for the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro.
The changelog for OxygenOS 10.0 is as below:
As OnePlus mentions, the OTA update for OxygenOS 10.0 will have a staged rollout, with only a limited number of users receiving the update today. If no critical bugs are reported, the update will see a broader rollout in the coming days. We will update this article with download links for users who are interested in sideloading the update.
OyxgenOS 10.0 based on Android 10 for the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro brings new features brought on by the Android update as well as other features added by OxygenOS. OnePlus users can look forward to trying out new Customization Settings, Smart Display in Ambient display, Comprehensive privacy management, new Modes for notifications, Game Space, easier Wi-Fi detail sharing, and more.
If you want to skip the wait and upgrade now, you can use these full OTA download links. Thanks again to XDA Senior Member Some_Random_Username from the Oxygen Updater team for sharing these download links.
Source: OnePlus Forums
Update: Android 10 rolling out to T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro
A good three months after the update landed on the unlocked, international version of the OnePlus 7 Pro, the Android 10 update is finally rolling out to the T-Mobile OnePlus 7 Pro.
The update comes in the form of OxygenOS 10.0.1.GM31CB. The highlight of the update is, of course, the jump up to Android 10, but you also get November 2019 security patches. The jump up also brings along smaller changes that are not detailed in the changelog, such as the new gestures, the ability to set the shape of the quick settings tiles, and more. The Google feed is also now reported to be on the left panel of the homescreen, straight out of the box.
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