OxygenOS Open Beta 14 and Open Beta 12 for the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T arrives with camera improvements. This update will reduce the oil painting effect and improves photo clarity. It will also supports Google Lens for camera. The OTA update starts rolling out for beta participants. Non-beta users can download and install the update manually.

Last week the company rolled out OxygenOS Open Beta 13 and 11 for the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T with Project Treble supports, brand new user interface, several bug fixes and optimizations, but it did not fixed the so-called oil painting effect of camera. However, this new updates (Opne Beta 14 and 12) reduces the effect and improves photo quality.

OnePlus 5T

Changelog:

– Improved photo clarity and optimizations to reduce oil painting effect
– Supported Google Lens mode

OxygenOS Open Beta 14 and 12 OTA update just weigh 253MB and it is now rolling out through OTA for beta participants. If you would like to install the update manually and want to enjoy the latest features on your OnePlus 5 or OnePlus 5T, then you can download and install the full ROM, which weighs around 1.6GB.

You can use the Oxygen Updater app to get the OTA update right now or use any VPN app and set the region to Canada or Germany to get the OTA update early. You can also download latest OxygenOS Open Beta builds from OnePlus download section here.

After downloading the update file, install the update via stock recovery as described here. Keep in mind that since this is a beta OS, it is possible you will run into bugs and other instabilities. (Source – OnePlus)

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