OnePlus has announced that the OxygenOS Open Beta 3 builds for the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro are now available for download. The announcement was made on . As expected, the new build introduces a bunch of new features and changes, besides simple bug fixes. The build also introduces an India-only feature in the form of Work-Life Balance.
System level changes includes a hide option in Settings for Game Space as well as optimised GPS performance. Fixes include issues with power usage when connected to Bluetooth headphones, the crash issue with recent apps when using navigational gestures and with Alert Slider.
Zen Mode now features an Activity mode that lets users share their experiences with other OnePlus users. Further, the OnePlus Switch feature has been optimised in order to adapt to Android 10. The India-only Work Life Balance feature allows users to sort the notifications they receive when they are at work or leisure.
Here is a look at the complete changelog of the build:
- Added hide option in the Settings for Game Space (Game Space - Hide Game Space)
- Optimized GPS performance
- Improved system stability and fixed known issues
- Repaired the crash issue with Settings caused by WhatsApp notification settings
- Fixed the issue with shadows when using the bottom side swipe gesture to return to the screen
- Fixed the issue with power usage while connected to Bluetooth Headphones
- Fixed the unusual display issue of screen switches between Portrait and Landscape Mode
- Fixed the crash issue with recent apps while using navigation gestures
- Recovered the Bluetooth connection icon in the status bar
- Fixed the blank screen issue with apps
- Fixed the crash issue with the Alert Slider
- Optimized the performance of Messages
- Added Activity mode to enable users to share their experience with other OnePlus users around the world
- Optimized performance and experience to adapt to Android 10
Work-Life Balance (India only)
- Added Work-Life Balance Mode to enable users to sort notifications when at work or leisure, accordingly
OnePlus also reminds users that this is still beta software. As such they may not be as stable as its official OTA updates. The company has also asked users of the software to offer their feedback in its bug reporting forum.