It’s a new day and OnePlus amazed its users by opening the OxygenOS 14 closed beta doors for the OnePlus 10 Pro devices. The respective phone holders are now eligible to taste a new flavor based on Android 14 before the official software release.
Consequently, the OxygenOS 14 beta program for OnePlus 10 Pro is running live on the community forum. The Chinese OEM is inviting 500 people to participate in the beta pool to test new features, explore the upcoming upgrade, and pour out honest thoughts as well as feedback to improve the software experience.
Although to perform all these activities, you must be eligible and meet the following requirements:
- Users should have a OnePlus 10 Pro (Indian Variant)
- Should be an active OnePlus Community member
- Regularly communicate and report issues/suggestions to the OnePlus team through the Feedback App.
- Willing to join the CBT (Closed Beta Test) Telegram group to communicate with the OnePlus team and other users actively.
On the other hand, you must note that sometimes the program requires clean flashing builds, which may result in data loss. Besides, it could bring some anonymous bugs and issues on board which will affect the overall performance of the handset. Hence, install the update at your own risk.
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