OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9 Pro are the first phones to support Android 12 beta 1 released earlier this week. Shortly after Google announced the release of the Android 12 beta, OnePlus posted the content on the forum and all the details on how to update to the latest beta. However, the company has now pulled the Beta link because many users complained that it was too high after updating to Android 12.
OnePlus said that it is looking into the matter, but does not currently provide updates for the OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus. OnePlus employee members commented on the same forum post, which announced the release of Android 12 beta for OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9. The company “has temporarily removed the download link based on user feedback on this thread. ”
I’m sharing feedback with the software team so they can investigate in the morning at headquarters. “Although the staff did not provide details on how to receive feedback, users in the initial comment section were full of complaints because they upgraded to Android 12. I found a brick issue after beta. Max Weinbach from AndroidPolice has addressed this brick issue in detail, one of the early adopters of Android 12 beta software.
Users can choose EDL to restore, which means use memory Qualcomm chipset-level flash to restore the phone to the factory image. This XDA Developer Guide is a good reference point on how to restore a phone using EDL. Furthermore, he also warned users to make sure to unlock the phone’s bootloader before installing Beta.
It’s best to leave the Android 12 beta temporarily until the third-party OEM clears all the issues. OnePlus temporarily removed the link from its post to avoid other locking issues on OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9 devices. Other brands that were the first to provide Android 12 Beta compatible phones include Realme, Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi.