Last month, OnePlus rolled out the OxygenOS 11 Stable update, based on Android 11, for the OnePlus Nord smartphone. Now, the smartphone OEM has started rolling out another update for OnePlus Nord users, but this time it is an Open Beta update. OnePlus Nord OxygenOS 11 Open Beta 5 update brings several fixes and improvements to the device including system, network, and camera fixes. Let us take a detailed look at the fixes and improvements that OxygenOS 11 Open Beta 5 brings to OnePlus Nord devices.
OnePlus Nord OxygenOS 11 Open Beta 5 Changelogs,
OnePlus has fixed several camera-related issues with the Open Beta 5 build on the OnePlus Nord. The company has fixed the issue due to which users encountered frame drops while recording videos. Another issue due to which the camera preview wasn’t displayed properly in Nightscape tripod mode has also been fixed. Users also faced an issue with the preview while recording 1080P 60fps videos with the 0.6x ultra-wide-angle camera, OnePlus has fixed this issue as well with the update.
With Open Beta 5 update, users will now be able to connect to a WiFi network faster, the company has also improved the ability to detect wireless networks. OnePlus Nord OxygenOS 11 Open Beta users will receive the OTA update for the Open Beta 5. Let us take a detailed look at the changelogs below,
System Fixed general bugs Network Improved the ability of detecting wireless network Improved the speed of Wi-Fi connection File Manager Fixed abnormal display issue with the screen while copying files to OTG Camera Fixed the issue that the preview may display abnormally in Nightscape Tripod mode Fixed the issue that the Camera becomes unresponsive when setting profile photo in Contact Fixed the frame drops issue with the videos taken by the Camera Fixed the issue that the preview abnormally display 0.6x ultra-wide in 1080P 60FPS
How to install OxygenOS 11 Open Beta on your OnePlus Nord!
Installing OxygenOS 11 Open Beta update on OnePlus Nord isn’t much of a task. OnePlus says that users can update to the OxygenOS Open Beta version without losing their data. However, to be on the safer side, the company advises users to take back up of personal data before proceeding with the process. OnePlus also warns users that this is a Beta build, and may not be as good as Stable builds. Let us now have a look at the flashing procedure,
- Users need to download the ROM zip file from the link provided below based on their region, and then copy this file to phone storage.
- Users need to head over to Settings -> System -> System Updates -> Click top right icon -> Local upgrade -> Click on the corresponding installation package -> upgrade, and wait for the process to get completed.
- As soon as the process completes, users can tap the Restart button.
Things to keep in mind before proceeding with Installation!
OnePlus warns that moving back to a Stable build will require a full install and clean flash (full wipe of all data and cache). So, make sure you know your way around in case you are planning to switch to the Open Beta version.
Do you use OxygenOS 11 Open Beta builds or the Stable build on your OnePlus device? Do let us know in the comments below.