OnePlus 10 Pro receives OxygenOS 13 open beta 2

A few months back, OnePlus started to test its latest OxygenOS 13 skin on the OnePlus 10 Pro. Then, the device received a more stable upgrade through the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta program. Now, the device has started receiving an incremental software upgrade with fixes and improvements. This guide will be very helpful if you’re a OnePlus 10 Pro owner looking to try the latest OxygenOS 13 upgrade.

OnePlus has started rolling out the new Open Beta 2 Upgrade in a staged manner. If your OnePlus 10 Pro is already running on the first open beta, you’ll be receiving the upgrade in a few days. If you’re on the stable Android 12 update, you’ll need to enroll in the beta program for testing the new features on the Android 13-centric OxygenOS 13. You should ensure that your device is running A.15 or A.16 software version. Switch to the latest software if your phone has been rolling on an older version.

Changelog for the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta 2 update

The new incremental update brings in the new Aquamorphic design elements, a dynamic computing engine for improving the overall system experience, a meeting assistant for reducing distractions during meetings, a home screen world clock widget with different time zones support, and more. You’ll also have a wide range of bug fixes and improvements to the features already present.

Download OxygenOS 13 Open Beta 2 update

OnePlus 10 Pro receives OxygenOS 13 open beta 2

If you’re looking to try the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta on your OnePlus 10 Pro device, you must either be a part of the first open beta or have your device running the latest OxygenOS 12 release (A.15/A.16). You can easily download the firmware update package from the links mentioned below and then flashing it. The second OxygenOS 13 beta build has been made available for users in Europe, North America and India.

OxygenOS 13 Open Beta 2 update for OnePlus 10 Pro

Rollback packages for OnePlus users

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