OnePlus is rolling out the first software update to OnePlus 10R users. The latest update, OxygenOS A.03, has started rolling out to users in India, and should reach all devices over the next few days. The new update includes a number of performance-related improvements, optimizes power consumption, and offers some camera boosts.
Let’s take a closer look at the first OTA update rolling out for the OnePlus 10R, changes, improvements, and everything we know so far.
OnePlus 10R A.03 Update Changelog
According to a recent post on the OnePlus Community forums, OxygenOS CPH2411_11.A.03 for the OnePlus 10R packs in optimizations for the compatibility of the OTG connection. It also optimizes power consumption in some scenarios and fixes an occasional bug that interrupts while transferring large files to a computer. In addition, OxygenOS A.03 for the OnePlus 10R fixes the issue where the screen brightness was displayed abnormally.
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Unfortunately, there’s no mention of an updated Android security patch. OnePlus also says that there have been improvements to the photos shot from the primary rear camera. You can check out the complete changelog below.
- [Optimized] the compatibility of OTG connection
- [Optimized] the power consumption in some scenarios, improved user experience
- [Fixed] the issue of interruption when connecting to a computer to transfer large files
- [Fixed] the occasional issue that screen displayed abnormally in Always-On Display mode
- [Fixed] the issue that the screen brightness displayed abnormally and adjusting brightness did not take effect after unlocking with fingerprint
- [Improved] system stability
- [Optimized] the clarity of portrait photos taken by the rear main camera
As usual, OxygenOS A.03 is rolling out in a phased manner. It will reach a small percentage of OnePlus 10R users, with a broader rollout to follow in a few days. If you haven’t received the update on your device, you can check for it manually by heading to Settings > About Device > Software Update.