Not even a week following the release of Android 10 Beta 2 for the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro, the official stable version of Android 10, branded as OxygenOS 10.0, is now rolling out to these devices. However, the rollout is a slow one, and if you’re too impatient to wait for OnePlus’ servers to deem you worthy of the update, you can cut to the front of the line fairly easily.
There are three ways you can snag the update: the first is OTA through the built-in Android updating system. Users running the stable build of OxygenOS 9 will have to wait for version 10 to gradually roll out via this method, which could take days to weeks, depending on the success of the staged release.
The second option is OTA via the Oxygen Updater. One of our resident OnePlus 7 owners (hey there, Artem) who was running Beta 2 had to switch back to the stable channel in the app settings and then enable advanced mode before the download appeared here. OxygenOS 10 is available now for all OnePlus users through this method without staging.
The third option bypasses OTA avenues for a more manual method. You can download the OxygenOS 10 stable zip files from PiunikaWeb and install them using these directions outlined by OnePlus.
All devices upgrading to OxygenOS 10 from Android 10 Beta 2 will have to agree to having their devices wiped to factory settings before the update can occur, so make sure you fully back up your phone first.
Devices upgrading directly from the stable build of OxygenOS 9 don’t appear to need a factory reset before proc