OnePlus Nord gets stable OxygenOS 12 based on Android 12

OnePlus released the beta version of its OxygenOS 12 software for the original OnePlus Nord not long ago. It seems that the initial release was somewhat successful as the company is already moving on with the distribution of the stable OxygenOS 12 based on Android 12.

It’s important to note, though, that the OTA update is available only to Indian users, with the European version of the firmware still being validated.

In any case, users outside of India probably won’t be waiting much longer for the update that weighs in at 4GB also packing the April 2022 security patch.

OnePlus shared the news via its community forum and also highlighted some of the known issues that a future update of the software will aim to iron out.

Known issues:

  • The display of some pages in Settings will be different from the system.
  • The screen will glitch in specific scenarios when calling.
  • Camera may crash when shooting photos in Portrait mode.
  • The abnormal display of thumbnail when taking burst pictures.
  • The abnormal display of Quick device connect when in the Guest mode.

Author: Ro
Source: GSMArena

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