- OnePlus has launched an Ideas 2.0 program to get your suggestions for improving Oxygen OS.
- The most popular ideas could find their ways into future versions of the software.
- The current initiative lasts until November 6.
OnePlus clearly had success with its Ideas program, as it’s bringing the concept back. The phone maker has launched an Ideas 2.0 campaign that will once again take fan feedback and suggestions to improve Oxygen OS.
You’ll once more submit feature requests through the OnePlus Community, which will vote for the ideas they like the most. Every submission gets three XP (points) up to a maximum three entries per day, and the top seven suggestions will get 50 XP as well as community medals. If OnePlus likes your feature enough to implement it, you’ll get a VIP ticket and travel to an offline event — although we wouldn’t expect use those prizes for a while given the pandemic.
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Submissions have to be in English, limited to one idea each and should focus on new ideas rather than software updates. OnePlus warned that it could delete duplicates.
Ideas 2.0 is open now, and OnePlus will keep taking your feedback through November 6.
There’s no guarantee any of the suggestions will make it to a shipping OnePlus phone, of course. However, the company has used feature requests in the past and drawn attention to their community roots. Don’t be surprised if a particularly clever brainstorm eventually makes it to Oxygen OS, even if it takes a while.