OnePlus 5 Android Oreo Open Beta Update Build 1 is now available to all OnePlus 5 public testers. Read more on how to download and install the software manually on your OnePlus 5.
OnePlus promised during the OnePlus 5T launch earlier in the month that it would release the Android Oreo Open Beta ROM to OnePlus 5 in November. True to its words, the company has release the software for public testers.
"We are super excited to announce that we are ready to kick off the Open Beta Program for the OnePlus 5 today! The first Open Beta build based on Android 8.0 for the OnePlus 5 is available for download now," David Y, community manager at a OnePlus user forum, said. Prerequisite:Here's how to download and install Android Oreo Open Beta to OnePlus 5 series:
Android Oreo Open Beta is heavy and weighs more than 1.3 GB; so, users are requested to make space for the smooth installation of software. Also, testers must have installed the required ADB (Android Debug Bridge) fastboot fi…
Microsoft reportedly working on Courier-like device for taking digital notes
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Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aimé on the Switch: ‘I wish we would have more hardware’
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