Published: Wed, September 04, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

OnePlus 7T with Android 10 stops by Geekbench

OnePlus 7T with Android 10 stops by Geekbench

OnePlus has released the final beta update for the upcoming Android 10 (Android Q).

In these hours OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T, in fact, receive a new Open Beta version of OxygenOS, respectively 25 and 17.

Among the OnePlus-specific additions is something called "Game Space", which sounds like a central hub for all your phone-gaming needs, as well as some nice quality-of-life changes including the ability to choose icon shapes to be displayed in Quick Settings (finally!).

If you are now on the developer preview track, you can simply perform an over-the-air update to get to the latest update. OnePlus has warned users to understand the process involved with bricking and you should know what you are doing.

OnePlus rolled out an Open Beta for Android 10 for OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro today. There will be a single button at the bottom for navigation.

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The Message app will now able to block spam by keywords.

Android 10 Open Beta also comes with September Security Patch from Google.

Just go to the OnePlus forums and download the ROM files from here. To install this update, OnePlus is recommending that the battery level of the OnePlus 7 or OnePlus 7 Pro should be above 30 percent and a minimum of 3 GB of storage is available before flashing this update to the smartphone. The update was successful and your OnePlus 7 or OnePlus 7 Pro will be upgraded to Android 10.

The phone will boot into recovery mode to format user data, it will reboot again after formatting.

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