OnePlus brings out a new update for the newly launched OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro. In contrast to the first, however, it appears to be a large one with many bug fixes and an update to the security patch.
OnePlus 9 devices had problems with the safety net failure even before they were sold, which resulted in failed digital payments. This has been highlighted by many reviewers who received their review units early on. Fortunately, OnePlus has sorted out the matter.
Regarding the latest OxygenOS 18.104.22.168 update with a size of around 378 MB, the focus seems to be more on improving the loading process, the haptics, further bug fixes and a security patch from March 2021. You can view the following changelog:
- Improved charging stability for a better user experience
- Improved WhatsApp video clarity when making video calls
- Improved the vibration performance of games like Call of Duty and PUBG
- Fixed an issue where the last full charge time would reset after restarting the device
- Fixed an issue where the low battery icon would not appear on the status bar
- Fixed an issue with the low probability of the device restarting while playing
- Fixed known issues and improved system stability
- The Android security patch has been updated to 03/2021
- Updated GMS package to 02/2021
- Dark mode
- Fixed an issue where the navigation bar of split screen apps might not adjust to dark mode
- Improved rear camera sharpness, noise and white balance
- Improved the white balance performance of the front camera
- Improved zoom performance
- Improved camera stability
Early risers who grabbed the devices as soon as they went on sale. If you don’t have the update yet, we recommend waiting for a while. However, if you are someone in Europe and you are impatient, you can download the full OTA package here – OnePlus 9, OnePlus 9 Pro.
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