Question OxygenOS 13 Open Beta for the OnePlus 10 Pro

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dladz

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Cool because I have read somewhere that you should update from A12 to A13 like you install the update, reboot and then patch boot img. Glad it is working fine with only disabled modules. :)
Tbh it was seamless, I've got guides in the 8 pro forum for upgrading between bases whilst retaining root... Same principle here between 12 and 13
 
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Tbh it was seamless, I've got guides in the 8 pro forum for upgrading between bases whilst retaining root... Same principle here between 12 and 13
So it is basically the same procedure as if you are upgrading from build with the same base? For example here between A13 to A14 build of OOS12, right?

I have also done this many times on my previous phones, but this one has no msm so I am double checking.
 
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All good.

Root retained and working perfectly

1. Grab the update.
2. Grab the update APK.
3. Copy the update to the root of C and rename the zip by removing the .jar extension, it's not required.
4. Install the update using the APK you just got.
5. As the update finishes, do not click reboot.
6. Back out and open up magisk, disable systemless and any other modules you have active.
7. Click the top install button on magisk, then select install after OTA.

Take the reboot and you're done.

Once booted back up, turn on your modules and you're good.

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do you have root? Can you check the DC dimming module on Android 13?
 

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Android 13 themes looks amazing..
Launcher 12 with dynamic icons
 

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    It is stable now as you can see in community forum :)
    I just got the push notification after trying all kinds of refresh. Ty
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    Yes I do, you've changed bases and inherited what was on the previous one..

    A factory wiped will give you a fresh start.

    100% recommended
    It helps! Thanks a lot!
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    They pushed OOS13 Stable (or open beta 3, who knows), I installed it without any issues, so you probably did something wrong or whatever. Was your phone rooted before, any magisk modules etc?
    Yeah, I probably should have rebooted before installing 'cause the update itself came across weird for me. It didn't claim to be Beta 3.
    As per usual I did the typical update process when rooted -> uninstall magisk with restore images, do OTA, install to inactive slot, reboot.
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    Yeah, I probably should have rebooted before installing 'cause the update itself came across weird for me. It didn't claim to be Beta 3.
    As per usual I did the typical update process when rooted -> uninstall magisk with restore images, do OTA, install to inactive slot, reboot.
    I heard that this process ended up in Qualcomm crashdump for someone too. So I did basic reboot after installation with disabled magisk modules and flashed and then flashed boot img with fastboot and it worked.
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    There's quite a few threads asking just this question.

    In short the answer is no you should avoid any new OnePlus devices.

    The device you have is superb, you won't get the cameras you've already got, a great performance to power ratio, excellent development on xda, the old (normal) thread style and a vibrant community.

    The pixel 7 is a good shout but again it's still not going to be an amazing phone from the information that's available.

    My advice, stick where you are and flash Evo X, it really isn't going to get any better than that for the foreseeable future.
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    Can't wait so installed on stock IN build.smoother experience till now. Sharing of content looks amazing
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    I agree, any idea what that Chinese writing is when you click it?
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    here's my advice for anyone installing this on a rooted device and want to retain root by flashing in the other slot. DON'T!

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    Let the phone update to android 13 and let it boot up at least once or twice before extracting the boot, patching, and rooting.

    You're welcome!
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