OnePlus 10R’s OxygenOS 13 Open Beta commences, stable build not so far now

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OnePlus is actively pushing new updates for smartphones that let users enjoy optimal performance and stability. The Chinese OEM recently rolled out the Android 13 update for the OnePlus 10 Pro, and many devices such as the OnePlus 10R, and OnePlus 10T 5G are in line. OnePlus 10R is next in line to receive the Stable OxygenOS 13 update, as the Open Beta is now live.

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The interested users should make sure that the OnePlus 10R is running OxygenOS 12 version (A.07/A.08 for OnePlus 10R; A.06/A.07/A.08 for OnePlus 10R  Endurance Edition). There are a few bugs, and you should not install Open Beta if it’s your primary device. Below are the known issues that are present on the OnePlus 10R Open Beta:

Abnormal camera operation when using 50M mode.

When the device is removed from the ear during a call, the screen will turn light slowly.

When opening an App that requires a password to open, the device’s screen will flash.

After the phone is charged with SuperVOOC 150w, the saved charge time will not be displayed. (OnePlus 10R Endurance Edition)

During charging, “SuperVOOC 150W” on the lock screen is not fully displayed. (OnePlus 10R Endurance Edition)

Must See: [Updated] List of OnePlus devices eligible for Android 13 update

You can head over to the OnePlus Community thread if you’re interested to install the OnePlis 10R Open Beta build.

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