Selective OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro devices have started getting OxygenOS Open Beta 11 patch through system updater. It is only a week when the OnePlus 7 series had received OxygenOS Open Beta 10 version. Changelog Reads
- Fixed the frame rate issue to improve screen recording experience
- Fixed the random switch to Gboard while using SwiftKey or a 3rd party keyboard
- Optimized the adaptive brightness feature
- Updated Android Security patch to 2020.03
The original screengrab was shared by a Redditor detailing out the size of the update and the patch notes. The file size is 189MB and brings with it the March 2020 Android security update.
The changelog talks majorly about 3 bug fixes. One of the in-demand fixes is the optimization of auto-brightness. This was a known issue. Bug related to framerate has also been pushed to give fans the experience of enhanced screen recording.
The issue of “the random switch to Gboard while using Swiftkey or a 3rd party keyboards” has been fixed in the OxygenOS Open Beta 11 build. And not to forget, the latest Android security patch of March 2020 is also included.
Those who have enrolled themselves in the Open Beta Program would have either received the notification on system updater or will be getting one. If it is not reflecting on ‘oxygen updater’, download it from the Google Play Store. Change the update method to the full beta. After download, go to phone settings, hit local upgrade and install.
But if you want to download it manually and are not part of the Beta program, follow the link of Global full ROM – https://otafsg1.h2os.com/patch/amazone2/GLO/OnePlus7ProOxygen/OnePlus7ProOxygen_13.W.29_GLO_029_2003130822/OnePlus7ProOxygen_13.W.29_OTA_029_all_2003130822_1b7c.zip
Those who opt for beta upgrades need to be aware that the build will not be as stable as the official OTA. Later, if you plan to switch back to the Official OTA path from the Beta path, ensure that a full install and clean flash (full wipe of all data and cache) has been done.