OnePlus has released OxygenOS Open Beta 2 for the OnePlus 5T based on Android Oreo that comes with a whole host of improvements and some new features.
The most notable addition is a new OnePlus Switch app designed to make it easy to switch to a new OnePlus device from an existing one from any Android brand. Another addition is a new clipboard feature that’s activated whenever you mark and copy something across the device. The phone will then let you search, translate or share that text.
In terms of improvements, there are some to the battery for managing high power consumption applications, background application management solution, and power consumption measurements.
Other changes include improved app drawer, dynamic icon for Clock, improved File manager and Dialer, and various bug fixes and optimizations.
The update is now available to download from OnePlus’ website and should come as an OTA if you are running beta 1.
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Really? So hundreds of people faced credit card frauds because OnePlus has no clue what security is? They've stopped viisa payments via site only after few days from first report. And after this story became lightened in mass media. Only after that. ...
@ZloiYuri OnePlus have acted swiftly by temporarily disabling Credit Cards as a method of payment while they investigate the claims, but are accepting PayPal which is secure. You should stop scaremongering.