The first true post-release update for the OnePlus 10 Pro is now available for those that pre-ordered the handset. OxygenOS A.13 — not to be confused with Android 13 — is now rolling out for the OnePlus 10 Pro with a number of important tweaks and improvements.
Announced over on the official OnePlus Forums, this update is rolling out first in North American and Indian markets. The OxygenOS A.13 patch includes a number of performance-related improvements for the optical fingerprint scanner, power consumption, audio processing, network stability, and there are some selfie camera boosts.
If you’re wondering what the full changelog contains, you can check that out below:
OxygenOS A.13 for OnePlus 10 Pro update changelog
- [Optimized] fingerprint algorithm, improved the success rate of fingerprint unlocking
- [Optimized] the power consumption in some scenarios, improved user experience
- [Optimized] audio processing, improved communication quality
- [Fixed] the occasional issue that the phone may fail to turn on automatically at a set time [Improved] system stability
- [Optimized] the quality of taking photos with the front camera
- [Optimized] network stability
Sadly, while there are some important tweaks, the April 2022 security patch is a notable omission. That means you’re stuck with the outdated March patch on your brand-new flagship. Each region gets a unique OxygenOS A.13 firmware version, so be on the lookout for NE2211_11.A.13 in India and NE2215_11.A.13 in North America.
Alternatively, it might be worth trying Oxygen Updater from the Play Store if you want to try and grab the OxygenOS A.13 update on your OnePlus 10 Pro. This might save some time waiting for an OTA notification to appear on your device. Alternatively, head to Settings > System update and you may have the patch waiting to be downloaded and installed.
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Author: Damien Wilde