OnePlus begins the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta Update for OnePlus 10T

Android 13 is still relatively new among non-Pixel users and a few flagship devices have received the latest stable build. OnePlus has started the testing of Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 Open Beta Update for many devices. The latest device to receive the Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 Open Beta is the OnePlus 10T.

This Open Beta is the final beta phase for OnePlus smartphones and it’ll be released just before the stable update. The Open Beta build will allow OnePlus 10T users to experience Android 13 before the stable update rolls out. Remember, to join the Open Beta Program, your OnePlus 10T needs to be on the latest OxygenOS 12 update on build version A.08 or A.10.

Changelog for the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta Program for OnePlus 10T

As for the features, the OxygenOS 13 will bring in most of the features of the upcoming Android 13 firmware. There are a lot of exciting features and changes with this new beta program.

  • The OxygenOS 13 update will bring home the new Aquamorphic design elements to the OS
  • There’s media playback control optimization for Quick Settings
  • There is a brand new world clock widget that you can enjoy on your home screen
  • The update features new markup tools for screenshot editing
  • You’ll have the ability to create large folders on the home screen
  • Enjoy HyperBoost GPA 4.0 for overall better gaming performance

How to be a part of the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta Program

OnePlus begins the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta Update for OnePlus 10T

The open beta update has currently become available for OnePlus 10 T users in India. If you own a OnePlus 10T, you can install the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta Update on your device if you’re on the latest build. If you want to test the open beta build, you’ll be able to download the file and install it manually.

Update package

Once you’ve downloaded the upgrade package on your OnePlus device, head over to Settings -> About device -> Version. After that, tap the build number 7 times for enabling developer options. Then, go to Settings -> About device -> Up to date. You’ll need to tap the icon on the top-right corner and then select Local Install -> Select the downloaded package. You should extract the package by allowing it on the popup and then upgrading the device. Once it is done, reboot your smartphone and enjoy the new update.

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