OnePlus has published Open Beta 2 for their OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro devices. Open Beta 2 comes with system bugs and other UI related issues fixed. Changelog for Open Beta 2 reads as:
- General bug fixes and stability improvements
- Fixed the crash issue with System UI caused by parallel Whatsapp app
- Fixed the dark screen issue on the lock screen while accessing Games
- Fixed issues with Status Bar not displaying UI elements
- Fixed the crash issue with default OnePlus Gestures
- Re-designed Wi-Fi icon in Quick Settings
- Fixed the crash issue with the Fingerprint Unlock
- Optimized the animation effect when Notification bar is being scrolled upwards
The update is only released as OTA and not as a standalone package like the Open Beta 1. If you have installed OxygenOS Open Beta 1, you will receive Beta 2 as OTA update under Settings> System> System Update. You will need to flash your OnePlus 7 series device with Open Beta 1 if you want to enjoy the latest build. Flashing your device to Open Beta won’t cause any data loss.
In our experience with Open Beta 1 so far, we have found it very stable than earlier Developer Previews. There were some minor issues with Fingerprint and Quick Reply from Notification bar which OnePlus has addressed with Open Beta 2. OxygenOS Open Beta on Android for OnePlus 6 and 6T will also be coming out this month. If you want to flash your OnePlus 6/ 6T with Android 10, you will only have to wait for few more days.
The download size for Open Beta 2 is 124 MB for OnePlus 7 and around 133 MB for OnePlus 7 Pro. All the devices which are flashed with Open Beta 1, will receive the quick OTA update instead of rolling out in batches.