Ads Top

OnePlus 6 and 6T Beta 5 OxygenOS February Security patch 2020


While most of the smartphone brands have already included the Wi-Fi calling feature on its devices, the Chinese OEM OnePlus has released this feature for OnePlus 6/6T. Currently, the OnePlus 6 and 6T OxygenOS Open Beta 5 update is rolling out in India.


You will have to be a Beta tester to receive this new update via OTA based on Android 10. After installing this update, all the OnePlus 6/6T beta enrolled users should be able to receive the Wi-Fi calling feature. Whereas, the new software update also brings the latest February 2020 Android Security Patch Level for the OnePlus 6/6T Indian variant users. Additionally, the update offers plenty of improved features and bug fixes that are mentioned below.



Changelog:


Here are the latest open beta builds for the OnePlus 6 and 6T.
  • System
    • Fixed and removed white bar below the keyboard
    • Fixed the issue with app crashes during installing and updating
    • Improved system stability and fixed general bugs
    • Updated Android security patch to 2020.02
  • Network (India Only)
    • Integrated the VoWifi registration for the Jio Sim
  • Phone
    • Optimized the one-handed mode experience in the Phone app
    • Fixed the issue with the duplication of contacts
  • Zen Mode V1.5.0
    • Improved OnePlus Account login for synchronization of badges and user's data
  • Work-Life Balance (India Only)
    • Optimized message notification
    • Optimized the mode and app selection
    • Added location, calendar, auto-track feature
  • Message (India Only)
    • Fixed issue with message categorization
    • Fixed issue with transaction messages showing wrong entity values
    • Improved brand name and logo identification of sender
     




Check for OTA Updates

This new OnePlus 6/6T Open Beta 5 OTA update weighs around 340MB in size that all the OnePlus 6 series beta users can easily download and install it. As the OTA update always roll-out in batches, you can manually check for the OTA update on your device via the Settings > System > System updates. If any new software update is available on your device, tap on Install now. Once the download finished, tap on Reboot and wait for the device to boot into a new system.



No comments:

Powered by Blogger.