OnePlus is back with another wave of software updates after rolling out a solid Android 12 update to the OnePlus 8 series and OnePlus 9R last week. A New OxygenOS update for the OnePlus 9 series has just been released, providing updated security fixes and other improvements.
With firmware version C.47, the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro will receive a fresh OxygenOS 12 update. The update provides various bug fixes and optimizations, as well as raises the security patch level to March 2022. Moreover, OnePlus also mentions that the bothersome SafetyNet fault that caused certain OnePlus 9 owners to receive a “Device not certified” error while using Google Pay has been fixed. If the problem persists after installing the latest version, try emptying Google Play Store’s cache.
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OnePlus 9 Series Update Changelog
- [Optimized] the stability of communication
- [Fixed] the issue of the operator’s name displayed incorrectly
- [Fixed] the low probability issue that unable to send MMS
- [Improved] system stability
- [Updated] Android security patch to 2022.03
- [Optimized] the fluency of taking pictures
In Europe, the latest build has begun to roll out to OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro handsets, with the worldwide model following suit shortly.
What’s more, a new software update is also available for the OnePlus 9RT (firmware version A.07). The most recent version increases battery life, fixes an issue with the phone speaker, and includes March 2022 security patches.
- Optimized power consumption, improved battery life
- Fixed the issue that the speaker unable to play sound in some scenarios
- Fixed the low probability issue of the blurred screen when in the bright environment
- Improved system stability
- Updated Android security patch to 2022.03
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