The Closed Beta and Open Beta users in India are the first to receive a new stable update from OnePlus. After the update is confirmed to be a bug-free build, it will be progressively made available to more people. It will eventually expand to other areas, but for now, it is only available to customers in India. The OxygenOS 14 Open Beta 2 upgrade was already sent to the OnePlus 10T some time ago.
For owners of the OnePlus 10T, the firmware CPH2413_188.8.131.52(EX01) is now available. It includes the latest Android 14 features along with a few extras that are like frosting on top. With functions like File Dock, Smart Cutout, and Content Extraction, it improves productivity and offers cross-device communication.
Additionally, it provides enhanced privacy and security along with a stronger permission management system for images and videos. Pantanal Service, Performance Optimization, and Aquamorphic design are additional modifications. The official changelog is as follows:
Before installing OxygenOS 14, OnePlus advises customers to ensure they have at least 30% of their battery remaining and at least 5GB of free storage available. To manually verify the update if you haven’t gotten it, go to Settings > About device > Tap up to date.