The OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9 Pro are the first phones compatible to receive the Android 12 beta 1 building released earlier this week. OnePlus announced the deployment and full details of the latest beta update in a forum post shortly after Google announced the Android 12 beta. However, the company has now pulled out beta links as many users complained about the brick after upgrading to Android 12. OnePlus says it is investigating, but so far an update for OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus is not available.
A OnePlus a staff member commented on the same forum post which announced the beta version of Android 12 OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9 that the company has “temporarily removed the download links based on feedback from users in this chain.” He added: “I will give feedback to the software team so they can research it in the morning at headquarters.” Although the staff member did not provide information on the feedback received, the Early Comments section is full of users who complain about masonry issues after the upgrade. Android 12 beta.
Android Police Max Weinbach has detailed a fix for this editing issue if you were one of the early adopters of Android 12-beta software. Users can choose EDL recovery, which means restoring the phone to the factory image at the Qualcomm chipset level. This XDA Developer Guide is a good reference for restoring your phone using EDL. In addition, he warns users to make sure to unlock the phone’s boot loader before installing the beta.
It’s best to stay out of Android 12 beta for a while until a third-party OEMS irones all the pits. OnePlus has temporarily removed links from its posts to prevent other masonry issues with the OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9 units. Other characters that are among the first Android 12 beta-supported phones include Realme, Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi, among others.