OnePlus 3 OxygenOS Open Beta 9 V Open Beta 9 (2016-12-14). Android 7 Open Beta 9 for the OnePlus 3 with Oxygen OS 4.0 and new features that will be on OP3 and OnePlus 3T. Along with DIY Install instructions for the OnePlus 3
Download Android 7.0 Nougat for OnePlus 3 & 3T :-
- Device OnePlus 3
- Version Open Beta 9
- Update time 2016-12-14
- File size 1.42 GB
- MD5 hash 62e9c8e8aa6cc2a33943ad11f325858e
- Added Expanded Screenshots
- Shelf Design Optimizations
- General UI Optimizations
- DPI Optimizations
- Battery Performance Optimizations
- Stability and Performance Optimizations
- General bug fixes
Please follow the link below for the UI/UX experience survey..
- Feedback on UI/UX: https://goo.gl/forms/hEqMPq9U9QNrxvhc2
** Note: If you flash this Open Beta build, you’ll receive Open Beta OTAs (but not official OTAs). You’ll need to manually (clean) flash back to our official builds to continue receiving official OTAs. Rolling back to official OxygenOS versions require wiping data and cache.
Please read the following instructions carefully before flashing your device. Flashing may lead to loss of data and damaged hardware if not done properly. Please contact our customer support if you feel uncomfortable performing the steps below.
We highly recommend backing up all your important personal data before continuing, even in cases where a data wipe is not needed.
Instructions assume you are already on OxygenOS and using the original OnePlus 3 Oxygen Recovery. We have not tested the instructions on all other alternative ROMs, but we have provided basic steps for flashing with TWRP. Please contact our customer support if you have any doubts.
** We cannot guarantee results on rooted devices. If you flash this community build, you’ll receive community OTAs (but not official OTAs). You’ll need to manually (clean) flash back to our official builds to continue receiving official OTAs.
How to Install AnFlash Instructions
Download the software build for your device at the bottom of this page.
Make sure you have all necessary adb files installed on your computer.
Reboot your phone into recovery mode. To do this, shut down your device and turn it back on while holding the power and volume down buttons simultaneously.
Choose “Install from USB” option in the recovery screen, tap OK to confirm. A screen with “You are in sideload mode” will be displayed.
Connect your device to PC/Mac, run following command in command prompt / terminal
For Windows: “adb sideload <filename>”
For Mac/Linux: “./adb sideload <filename>”
Wait a while, your phone should now update to the selected build and reboot automatically to take you into OxygenOS.