OnePlus has rolled out Android Q Developer Preview 5 for the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro smartphones. The Android Q Developer Preview 5 is primarily oriented for developers and early adopters. The company has specially recommended not to use the preview in case if you don’t have any knowledge in software development. You should also learn the steps required to flash custom ROMs before proceeding to install the Android Q Developer Preview 5.
The Android Q Developer Preview 5 brings in improvements to system functions and stability. The update also provides full-screen gestures and is based on Android 10 Beta 6. It is advisable to perform a complete backup of your handset so that you can easily restore data if there is any data loss.
The Developer Preview 5 of the Android Q operating platform does have application compatibility problems including compatibility issues with Google Pay. You will also experience system lag and stability issues. OnePlus has warned users to understand the process involved with bricking and you should know what you are doing.
You should charge OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro above 30 percent and make sure that you have 3GB storage space left. The default storage capacity is 64GB and hence you need not have to worry about storage space. If you are interested to test drive the new features, you can test drive the new Android Q Developer Preview 5 by knowing the consequences.