OnePlus 3 and 3T OxygenOS update rolling out with new OnePlus Launcher v2.1

OnePlus 3 and 3T OxygenOS update

OnePlus is rolling out the next OxygenOS Open Beta update to its OnePlus 3 and 3T handsets which bumps the version number to 19 and 10 respectively.

Unlike the last Open Beta, which, for the most part, had only bug fixes, the new update brings a bunch of additions alongside some optimizations to both the OnePlus 3 and 3T.

The most noticeable additions are the OnePlus Launcher v2.1 and OnePlus widget among the lot. Check out the complete changelog for the new OxygenOS Open Beta update below:

OxygenOS Open Beta

New OnePlus Launcher v2.1:

  • Supports dynamic icons for Weather and Calendar
    Added ‘Home screen layout’ under launcher settings for grid and icon customizations
  • Grid layout will be kept irrespective of display size changes
  • Added search history records in app drawer, displaying the 5 most recent apps on the first row
  • Newly installed apps will now be tagged with a blue dot for easier recognition
  • You can access icon pack resources on the Play store directly under launcher settings
  • User interface improvements during widget selection
  • Launcher version information is now visible under launcher settings

Other additions:

  • Added an option to display battery status of connected Bluetooth devices
    Added OnePlus widget (Not usable on Shelf)
  • Email address recognition within the text message contents
  • Size of clock widget is now adjustable
  • Updated UI style for Clock


  • Smart Callback works better
  • Incoming call animations redesigned
  • OnePlus font optimizations for select languages
  • Compatibility optimizations for various Bluetooth devices

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Do note that the update is currently being rolled out only to folks who have enrolled in the OxygenOS beta program.

And, as usual, the update might take a couple of weeks to full roll out. So, in case you haven’t received the update notification already, you might have to wait for a while. Alternatively, you can visit Settings > About phone > Software update to check for it manually.

Source: OnePlus Forums

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