OnePlus Phones to Gain Support for Floating Windows via Gaming Mode

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INTRO: OnePlus gaming mode is gaining support for floating windows. The company revealed the upcoming feature during a monthly OxygenOS FAQ post on OnePlus Forums today. As per the official post, OnePlus will add floating windows support on OnePlus 6 and later models. Users are going to be ready to access the feature through the gaming tools box.

OnePlus Testing floating windows support on OnePlus 6

“In gaming tools box, you’ll not only get WhatsApp & Instagram floating windows but also turn on mis-touch prevention, screen recorder, notification, and Fnatic Mode,” wrote Gary C, OxygenOS Product Lead at OnePlus. The feature should are available handy for gamers and streamers.

As far because the availability cares, OnePlus will start testing the feature within the next open beta build for the OnePlus 7 series (7 and seven Pro) and 7T series (7T and 7T Pro). If there are not any major hiccups with the implementation, we could expect the corporate to roll out this feature in future updates for the stable build. We currently don’t have a particular timeline for its release.

OnePlus is adding floating window support to Gaming Mode on OxygenOS

Introducing Gaming Mode that blocks unwanted interruptions and notifications

The gaming mode on OnePlus blocks unwanted interruptions and notifications while you’re playing games. There is a good aggressive Fnatic mode that blocks all calls and stops the secondary SIM to enhance network connection. You can also play some mini-games, which were added recently, from the OnePlus Game Space app.

Alongside, OnePlus has confirmed that a bug which caused the overlap of character on Ambient Display in OnePlus 8 series has been resolved. OnePlus has fixed issues with the File manager and optimized the extended screenshot feature also. The company has also answered a few other questions that you might be interested in, so go ahead and give them a read right here.

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