The CEO of the Chinese company, Pete Lau, has engaged with all the fans of the OnePlus brand for the release of a series of updates dedicated to even older smartphones, with the promise of the release of Android 10. Among these we find OnePlus 5 and 5T that thanks to the first beta of OxygenOS are gradually improving the general user experience thanks to a series of fixes and improvements in general.
Of course the pinnacle will be reached with a stable update, but the new Open Beta 3 already paves the way for what awaits us. It is therefore possible to download and flash manually via the links below while if you are not akin to these procedures you can follow the thread dedicated to the update by clicking Let us know if you have any suggestions
A shower of updates for OnePlus devices
Let's move on to OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro as the OxygenOS team has recently released the new Open Beta 14, about two weeks after the previous release. Also in this case we find several novelties and resolutions of known system problems as well as a renewed Ambient Display mode, which integrates new types of watches for the lock screen. Finally, there are the new security patches of May.
We conclude with the 8 series, currently under the magnifying glass because of the photographic sensor that would allow you to peek under certain surfaces, going against the guidelines of user privacy. But in any case the pair of flagships is certainly one of the most successful by OnePlus and therefore the time has come to receive the right support from the community of geeks, who unofficially have released the dedicated TWRP.
Those who are familiar with modding know very well that TeamWin recovery is the best one that any smartphone can target and receive it on OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro, even if in an unofficial way it is nothing short of tantalizing, given that we could (just like with TWRP official) install custom kernels, flash Magisk and related modules as well as proceed with the flash of Custom ROM.
Below, you will find the link to the dedicated threads present on XDA, with all the details and clarifications of the case for flashing the TWRPs.