OnePlus 6T has received a new OxygenOS update globally in the beta channel. Coming in as OxygenOS Open Beta 2 for the OnePlus 6T, the update is also available for download already. Comparing to the previous Open Beta 1, the Open Beta 2 update comes with several new features, bug fixes and improvements. Get the OTA update from below for the OnePlus 6T.

OxygenOS Open Beta 2 brings improvements for screen brightness control on OnePlus 6T, brings the caller identification feature, better navigation bar color adaptation for third party apps, improved UI for Call History, and more. In addition, now you no longer need to tap the tick icon to confirm pin for App Locker. See full changelogs below.



What’s new in OxygenOS Open Beta 2 for OnePlus 6T


  • Improvements for screen brightness control
  • Confirm pin without tapping ? for app locker
  • Improved color adaptation for navigation bar when using third party apps
  • General bug fixes and system stability improvements


  • Added the caller identification feature (For India only)
  • Improved UI for Call History


  • Added create a collection, copy and move photos features
  • New illustrations and design on blank pages
  • General Bug fixes and overall experience improvements


  • Added recommended tools in Toolbox
  • Improved UI for category tags in app drawer

How to Update OnePlus 6T to OxygenOS Open Beta

OnePlus 6T runs on first open beta build will get the Open Beta 2 update via OTA. Other users first need to download and flash the update file manually. The subsequent updates will push via OTA.

Downloads OxygenOS Open Beta for OnePlus 6T

OxygenOS Open Beta 1 [HERE]
OxygenOS Open Beta 2 [HERE]

Installation Instruction

OxygenOS Open Beta builds are almost stable, so it can be used as a daily driver. However, there might have some unknown bugs that may affect performance of the device.

The Local Upgrade method is quite simple. If you are interested, read on to know how to install the beta build manually on OnePlus 6T.

What is more, you can always go back to the stable OxygenOS channel by downloading the firmware from OnePlus. The installation procedure is same as we installed the beta build.

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