Install OxygenOS 8.0 Oreo Beta 2 Update for OnePlus 5 [OTA Download]

OnePlus has just started releasing the OxygenOS Oreo Beta 2 update for all OnePlus 5 devices. This is the second update the company is releasing for the OnePlus 5, after promising a stable Oreo ROM in early 2018. This update introduces a few bug fixes that users had reported while using the first beta version.

According to the users who had installed the first Oreo program for the OnePlus 5, there were a few problems with the build which required fixes. The launcher widgets and shortcuts were two of the most reported issues which have been fixed on the second beta program.

Based on the changelog, the camera has received UI improvements and there have been improvements to various system files. Below is the full changelog for the second beta Oreo update for the OnePlus 5.

  • Launcher
    • Fixed widget issues
    • Fixed shortcut issues
  • Camera
    • UI Improvements
  • Files Manager
    • Added f4v format in video category
    • Speed improvements while deleting massive files.
  • System
    • Improvements to Reading Mode
    • Improvements in vibration
    • Improvements in Bluetooth audio
    • Fixed Parallel apps bugs
    • Fixed reboot issue when using Picture in Picture
    • Updated Android security patch to November
    • General bug fixes and stability improvements.

If you want to try Android 8.0 on your OnePlus 5, the Beta 2 update is a great way to do so. Follow below on how to update your phone to the latest version of Android.

How to install Android 8.0 Oreo on the OnePlus 5 (Beta 2)

Note: The Beta 2 update is not as stable as official OTA updates. This means there might be issues and bugs while using this update as a daily driver.

OxygenOS 8.0 Oreo Beta 2 Update  | Download

  1.  Download the OxygenOS Oreo build from the link above. Transfer the zip file from your computer to your phone’s internal storage.
  2. Turn off your phone and go into recovery mode. To do so, press and hold the volume down and power button at the same time. Release them when the screen turns on.
  3. From the recovery menu, select “Install from internal storage/Install from local”
  4. Navigate and find the downloaded Beta 2 zip file.
  5. Select the build and select “Install”.

Wait for the installation process to finish and the phone will reboot with the new update. Additionally, you will start receiving all Beta OTA updates instead of the usual stable and official updates. If you want to receive the official OTA updates, then you need to install the official ROM.



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