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OnePlus Brings Android 15 Beta 1 to OnePlus 12 and OnePlus Open Users

What you need to know

  • OnePlus announced that Android 15 Beta 1 is now available for OnePlus 12 and OnePlus Open users.
  • Separately, Google released the Android 15 Beta 2 update and listed OnePlus devices as eligible.
  • Currently only Android 15 Beta 1 is officially supported, but OnePlus will likely add support for Beta 2 soon.

We’re in the middle of Google I/O Week 2024 and OnePlus is celebrating the occasion by bringing the Android 15 beta to its flagship phones. The company announced the release of Android 15 Beta 1 in a post on its community forums on Tuesday, May 14. It’s available on the OnePlus 12 and the OnePlus Open, the latter of which only received the Android 14 update in March.

OnePlus recommends the Android 15 Beta 1 update for “developers and advanced users” only. The beta version is not available as a cloud OTA update and must be flashed manually or updated locally. Additionally, the company says you shouldn’t install the update if you “have limited software development experience, plan to use the device as a primary driver, or have no experience with custom ROM installations.”

OnePlus 12 phones must be running OxygenOS version 14.0.0.610 or older to update to Android 15 Beta 1. For OnePlus Open, the maximum OxygenOS version is 14.0.0.702. If your OnePlus 12 or OnePlus Open device is running a newer version of OxygenOS, you will need to manually reset your operating system before attempting to install the Android 15 beta.

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There are a few known issues with Android 15 on OnePlus devices so far. Both phones may experience Bluetooth incompatibility issues when running Android 15 Beta 1, and the OnePlus 12 in particular may experience issues connecting to printers over Wi-Fi. OnePlus adds that “some camera features appear unusually in certain scenarios,” and this applies to both the OnePlus 12 and the OnePlus Open. Additionally, as with any pre-release software, OnePlus says the two phones will experience general stability issues in certain situations.

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