OxygenOS beta 22/14 for the OnePlus 6/6T brings July 2019 patches and a new clock widget
OnePlus follows the fortnightly ritual of releasing Open Beta with features to get feedback from users before these features make their way to the stable updates. In the two Open Beta updates last month, the OnePlus 6/6T received Digital Wellbeing, the Fnatic mode from the OnePlus 7 Pro, and improvements to several features including the Screen recorder, Weather, and the Phone app. Now, the latest Open Beta for the two devices brings Google’s security patches from July 2019, lot of performance improvements, as well as a new clock widget.
The changelog for OxygenOS Open Beta 22 and 14 for the OnePlus 6 and the OnePlus 6T, respectively, have the following changelog:
- Fixed issue with the camera while using quick reply in landscape
- General bug fixes and improvements
- Updated Android security patch to 2019.07
- File Manager
- Improved UI
- Optimized bottom navigation
- Improved app stability
- OnePlus Switch
- Supported more types of data migration
- OnePlus Widget
- Added clock widget on home screen
The update improves upon the quick reply feature which is specially optimized for when your OnePlus smartphone is in the landscape mode. With this update, you should be able to use quick reply even while using the camera. The update noticeably improves the File Manager’s interface besides improving the stability of the app.
If you’re already running the Open Beta on your OnePlus 6/6T, you should get the latest update via an OTA. Otherwise, you can download the full Open Beta firmware from the links below. If you’re on the beta build already but wish to skip the queue for the OTA, get the incremental update package for your smartphone.