Just last month, the OnePlus Nord N10 5G actually became the very first device from the Chinese brand to get the January 2021 security patch update. And now, almost three weeks later, this particular update is finally making its way to the company’s 2020 flagship brands in the OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro and also the OnePlus 8T.

The latest OxygenOS stable update for the OnePlus 8 series as well as the OnePlus 8T not only goes on to bring about the updated security patch but also some fixed as well as optimizations.

The new update goes on to fix the Twitter freezing problem that many users has encountered recently, while it also addresses the unable to play video bug, noise issue on 5G calls and also some other known issues.

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It also goes on to optimize the long screenshot feature as well as the UI display effect of the notification bar – in addition of course to the previously improving the stuttering problem of certain tripartite apps and system availability.

With respect to the system in particular, the update brings about the promise of optimization of UI display effect of the UI display effect of the notification bar. There also happens to be a solution for the issue of failure to switch the accent color in a small probability, while the inaccurate display of some attribution numbers has also been subject to being fixed.

A gallery issue which meant that the video could not in fact be played in a small probability has also been added to the fixed list. As far as the network issue go – the noise issue of 5G calls that persisted for some users has also been sorted out.

It’s important to note then that the above-listed OxygenOS builds are currently subject to being pushed in batches all across the globe just like any other OTA update. Hence, the process may take a  bit of time before finally making way on your OnePlus device.


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