OnePlus 6 has received new software update in the beta channel. The latest Oxygen OS Open Beta 10 update adds a number of new features and improvements for Phone app, Gallery and OnePlus Launcher. Oxygen OS Open Beta 10 also includes general bug fixes, improvements for screen brightness control, system stability improvements, etc.

OxygenOS Open Beta 10 Full OTA for OnePlus 6 is now available for download (link below). Earlier, OnePlus released a similar update for OnePlus 6T as OxygenOS Open Beta 2. Features and fixes are same for both devices. Below is what is now in this update.


OnePlus 6 OxygenOS Open Beta 10 Changelog:


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

Download OxygenOS Open Beta 10 OTA for OnePlus 6

The OxygenOS Open Beta 10 OTA is now rolling and it will take few hours or even few days to get on all phones running on the Open Beta channel. You can also download full OTA update from the link below and flash manually.

Download OxygenOS Open Beta 10 full OTA

To install the update, save the full OTA update zip file on your phone’s storage, power down the phone, and then boot it into recovery mode by using Volume Down and Power button combination.

In recovery, choose “Install from internal storage”, find your .zip file and flash it. Your device will reboot automatically after installing the OS. [source]

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