OnePlus has released a new update with the May Android security patch for the OnePlus Nord. Most of OnePlus’s latest smartphones have already received May Android security patch updates including the OnePlus 9, the OnePlus 9 Pro, the OnePlus 8, 8 Pro, and 8T, alongside the OnePlus 7T. The update carries the firmware version number OxygenOS 220.127.116.11 for the OnePlus Nord and is based on Android 11. There are also a number of bug fixes in the update for the OnePlus Nord, including camera, and network-related fixes.
OnePlus Nord OxygenOS 18.104.22.168 Update
The changelog for the OnePlus Nord update has been published on the OnePlus’s forum. European and global markets are also expected to receive the update soon. The update brings fixes for known issues such as the missed calls being marked as calls answered, missing card coupon widget, along with other known issues, and improved system stability.
The camera on the device also happens to have received a host of improvements that include fixes for the abnormal display issues in Nightscape Tripod mode, the camera being unresponsive while setting a profile picture in Contact, and more. You can find the complete changelog mentioned below.
- Fixed the issue that the card coupon is not available as a widget
- Fixed the issue that missed calls are marked as call answered on another device in call logs
- Fixes for known issues and improved system stability
- Updated Android security patch to 2021.05
- Improved the speed of Wi-Fi connection
- Fixed the abnormal preview display issue in Nightscape Tripod mode
- Fixed the issue that Camera becomes unresponsive when setting profile photo in Contact
- Fixes for the frame drops issue with videos taken by Camera
- Fixed the occasional issue that Flash effect may fail in some scenarios
- Fixed the delay issue when switching to the front camera under Time-lapse mode
- File Manager
- Fixed abnormal display issue while copying files to OTG storage
Staged roll-outs begin with a small number of users and are then expanded on after a few days. You can also manually check for the updates on your device by heading over to Settings > System > System update.