OnePlus 6T phone has also been proved to be able to run the Harmony system, and the progress is faster. Recently, another B station UP host brought new progress in OnePlus 6T flashing. Support flashing into Android (Android 13, based on LineageOS) and open source OpenHarmony 4.0 dual systems. The A slot is Android 13, and the B slot is OpenHarmony 4.0. Currently, the phone only supports Android switching through Recovery mode. It is said that OpenHarmony 4.0 is currently the mainline version still in the development stage, and the community has not yet released a version that can be used for testing, which is basically an enhancement of system functions.
According to a series of videos released by user @AlgoIdeas at station B, the OnePlus 6T phone can be ported to run the open source OpenHarmony, supports booting, the touch screen is normal, the GPU can be turned on for acceleration, and Wi-Fi is initially available for adaptation. According to the developer, OpenHarmony for this porting is based on OpenHarmony 3.2 Beta 5, the kernel is based on Linux 6.1, and it also supports OpenHarmony’s mainline 5.10 kernel version (5.10 has some bugs).
Open source OpenHarmony is an open source project incubated and operated by the Open Atom Open Source Foundation (OpenAtom Foundation). Its goal is to face the era of full scene, full connection and full intelligence. Based on the open source method, build a framework and platform for the operating system of intelligent terminal equipment , to promote the prosperity and development of the Internet of Everything industry.
Previously, the OnePlus 6T phone was flashed into the Microsoft Windows 11 ARM system.
OnePlus 6T phone is equipped with Snapdragon 845 processor, equipped with 6.41-inch AMOLED water drop screen with a resolution of 1080P, and the front is covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 6. At the same time, it adds a light-sensitive under-screen fingerprint. Built-in 3700 mAh battery, pre-installed Android 9 Pie system.