OxygenOS 12 (Android 12) Closed Beta Program goes live for OnePlus Nord CE

OnePlus is slowly expanding the availability of its newest custom skin – OxygenOS 12 based on Android 12. The company has now announced the OxygenOS 12 closed beta program for OnePlus Nord CE. Yes, the wait is finally over, if you’re a proud OnePlus Nord CE owner and want to taste the features of the new OxygenOS 12, then you can take a part in the closed beta program. Here you can check all details of the OxygenOS 12 CBT for OnePlus Nord CE.

OnePlus has officially shared the great news on its community forum. The company says, “We will invite 200 OnePlus Nord CE IN users who meet the requirements to attend this Closed Beta Program for this program. We also have rewards to thank the users who participate in the CBT with excellent performances.”

Yes, at the time of writing, only 200 Nord CE owners can join the testing program, later, it will be released to more users through the open beta program. The beta program is for Nord CE owners who reside in India, and they will select users on the basis of first come and first get scenarios. So if you want to apply for it then make sure to apply at the earliest. Here are some points you need to check before applying for the Android 12 closed program on your OnePlus Nord CE.

  • You are using a OnePlus Nord CE India variant
  • You are an active OnePlus Community member
  • You are willing to regularly communicate and report issues/suggestions to the OnePlus team on Telegram
  • The CBT version is not the stable version, which is still in development. After updating to the CBT version, you’ll remain to be patient and tolerate its instability and accept all risks which might be caused by it

In terms of features and changes, then the OOS 12 aka OxygenOS 12 comes with the Canvas AOD 2.0, Work Life Balance 2.0, new Notes app, Theme Store, new at-a-glance cards and widgets, system-wide search bar, and much more. Apart from these changes, you can also get access of Android 12-essentials such as widgets, dynamic theming, new privacy controls, and more. Now let’s take a look at how you can take a part in the OxygenOS 12 closed beta program on OnePlus Nord CE.

OnePlus Nord CE OxygenOS 12 Closed Beta Test Program

OnePlus Nord CE users can now finally join and get access to the upcoming OxygenOS 12 based Android 12 upgrade via closed beta program. The company shares an application form link for the users who want to join the CBT program.

The early beta builds are not great for daily use, you may face some issues and bugs. We don’t recommend installing early beta builds on a primary smartphone, you can wait for open beta update for more stability.

If your application got selected then you’ll receive the update via special OTA. Before upgrading your device, make sure to take a backup of important data.

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