Nothing has released Nothing OS 2.5 Open Beta 2 nothing phone 2 the user. It follows Nothing OS 2.5 Open Beta 1, which was Pur: In October this year. With Open Beta 2, the company brings advanced features including an updated Glyph interface. The Android 14-based update also brings several new widgets. However, since this is a beta release, there is nothing warning that it may interfere with the phone’s data and performance, so users should backup all their important data. The company also allows users to roll back to Nothing OS 2.0.4 from this beta version.
in a community Post, Nothing states that Nothing OS 2.5 Open Beta 2 supports the predictive back feature on all Nothing applications. Phone 2 users can also add more options to the double-press power button gesture. This version comes with updated status bar icons. It claims to improve the three-finger swipe gesture. Along with the usual bug fixes, it also gets other small UI enhancements.
Updates to the Glyph interface include a Glyph timer, which now supports time presets and can be opened directly from the lock screen, Glyph Progress integration for Google Calendar, and a new Glyph animation when using NFC. Nothing OS 2.5 Open Beta 2 comes with lock screen widget support and introduces a new pedometer widget with custom animation progress and step tracking. It also allows users to use a ScreenTime widget to keep track of their ScreenTime and adds a new Media widget to navigate music or podcasts from different media players.
Nothing Phone 2 users will need to download the Nothing OS Beta Tool APK file (link available on the community post) to get the beta installer app. then they can go Adjustment , System , Update to beta versionthen tap check new version And follow the steps given on the screen to complete the process.
in community update Video, Nothing also teased Nothing OS 3, which is said to come with a lot of improvements over the currently running OS. It is expected to be based on Android 14 and may release in early 2024. However, the company has not yet confirmed the launch timeline for Nothing OS 3.