OxygenOS for the OnePlus 6/6T comes with a September security patch and more

OnePlus 6 and 6T

A new OxygenOS update is rolling out for OnePlus 6 and 6T smartphones and it brings the latest September security patch with a few software enhancements.

It’s not the case that always a former flagship duo gets an update, so if the smartphones get the OTA update, then it’s a very good bonus for the users.

This latest update helps to fix the bugs which came with the previous OxygenOS 11 update.

The OnePlus team announced in an official OnePlus forum that they already roll out the latest OxygenOS update, and all users will be getting the update within few days. As for the initial period, they have circulated this update for a limited number of users.

So, what will you get with this latest update? Well, there are few tweaks for overheating and battery drain issues that will be fixed by improving power consumption. Additionally, some changes to the gyro sensor sensitivity are also there.

Except for these changes, another notable change in the OxygenOS update is the latest September security patch. The update also comes with some generic network connection and system stability improvements. Overall, this is a standard OnePlus update. The following is a summary of the changes:

Changelog for the latest OxygenOS update

  • System
    • Optimized the system power consumption to reduce heating
    • Improved the gyro sensor sensitivity
    • Upgrade Android Security Patch to 2021.09
    • Improved system stability and fixed known issues
  • Network
    • Optimized network connection stability

We already mentioned this update is rolling out for some limited random users. That means all other users will be getting the update in few days.

Also Read: OnePlus 9 And 9 Pro Android 12 Developer Preview 2 Released


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