“The open beta updates for both OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T will reportedly fix the irregular audio tuner crashes, and include standard patches”
OnePlus has released OTA updates to its open beta versions of OxygenOS for both OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T. These updates will be received by everyone that is a part of the Open Beta programme and are rolled out as OxygenOS beta 24 for the OnePlus 5 and OxygenOS beta 22 for OnePlus 5T. Alongside the general patches, bug fixes and performance improvements, OnePlus has stated that both the updates fix the very specific issue of random audio tuner crashes on both the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T.
To be a part of the OnePlus Open Beta circle, you can simply head to OnePlus’ official website, click on the ‘Software Upgrade’ link, select your OnePlus model, and follow the on-screen instructions on how to flash your device. However, it is important to note that while being part of the Open Beta program does mean that you get to see and experience the latest and upcoming features in advance of the rest of the users, the beta updates often contain bugs that can lead to instabilities in the device. Furthermore, once you sign up, all the updates you receive will be the Open Beta OTAs. To roll back to receiving stable builds again, if you need it, you will then be required to flash your device again, although that will erase all data and your phone’s cache memory.
As with every open beta update, OnePlus is encouraging users to send feedback pertaining to the update via the company’s official Community app. If you update your device to one of these beta updates and find an unresolved or new issue, head to the app, open Profile – Feedback, then add a complaint with the ‘+’ button, select a category of the issue that is being reported, write the description, attach screenshots and submit it.
|Octa core (2.45 GHz, Quad Core + 1.9 GHz, Quad core)|
|6 GB RAM|
|5.5 inches (13.97 cm)|
|Full HD, 401 PPI|
|16 MP + 20 MP Dual Primary Cameras|
|Dual LED Flash|
|16 MP Front Camera|
|USB Type-C port|