The latest version of the Android P Developer Preview 3 (Beta 4) is now available to download for the OnePlus 6. A OnePlus forum post has outlined all the changes made to this version of the Developer Preview, which does lag a little behind the Pixel beta releases since Oxygen OS has some changes made to it.
The latest beta brings the OnePlus 6 to the July 2018 security bulletin and improves the general stability of the system. There’s also a hotspot bug that is fixed and camera improvements. Third-party app compatibility has also improved as well as compatibility between the camera and some apps.
There are still some issues worth noting. This beta isn’t meant to be used on consumers’ daily devices since general stability and power consumption hasn’t completely been ironed out. Bluetooth also might act up while some apps may not work properly with the unreleased Android version.
If you don’t already have the Preview installed, doing so will wipe your data. So consider this before you proceed to install the update. Check out the Source link for the full change log and instructions on how to install the Preview to your device.
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