It aims to smooth out the rough edges of the first OxygenOS 12 update
The OnePlus 8 series and OnePlus 9R represent some of the latest OP models to come with the pure OxygenOS experience – minus all the ColorOS stuff that so many have grown to hate. It’s true that the initial rollout of Android 12 for these devices has not been completely flawless (with even the error message warning of errors), but users can find some comfort in knowing that they are much better off than buggy- messy OnePlus 9 owners had to come to terms with. Fortunately, the company seems keen to polish things up, and the latest update starting to arrive on the OnePlus 8, 8 Pro, 8T and 9R claims to do just that.
Unfortunately, there is no sign of a security update from April yet, and this firmware C.15 release seems relatively small in terms of changes – but we get a few fixes and tweaks. If you felt that your charging speeds were affected after the transition to OxygenOS 12, this update might help you. The change logs for all three phone families also mention improved call and overall system stability.
- [Optimized] the charging speed in some scenarios
- [Optimized] communication stability when making a phone call
- [Fixed] the occasional problem of not being able to use face lock
- [Fixed] the problem of abnormal display when activating applications in some scenarios
- [Improved] system stability
- [Fixed] the abnormal “Camera Running” message problem
The update is only available for download in India so far, but a rollout to more regions should begin soon. As usual, it will only reach a small percentage of users, with a wider rollout that follows if all goes well.
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