A few days back, OnePlus released a new software update for the OnePlus 10T, OnePlus 10 Pro and the OnePlus 10R. The new update brought in the October 2022 security patch for the OnePlus 10T and 10 Pro as well support for Jio 5G. Now, in a recent development, the Chinese smartphone maker has released a new software updates for other phones such as the OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, and OnePlus 8T in India, which brings in 5G support for several carriers and a fix for a stutter issue that affected video recording in some cases.
OxygenOS 12 C.36 Software Update Brings October 2022 Android Security Patch For OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8Pro, And OnePlus 8T
OnePlus announced via its community forum that the OxygenOS 12 C.36 update is being released for the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro in India. The new software update brings in the latest October 2022 Android security patch as well as Jio, Vi, and Airtel 5G support. On the other hand, the update is being rolled out for the OnePlus 8T in the form of OxygenOS 12 C.36. It also includes the October 2022 Android security patch and support for Jio, Vi, and Airtel 5G. Additionally, both phones also receive a fix for the stutter issue which occurred while recording videos in some scenarios. Here’s the changelog of the new software update below:
OxygenOS 12 C.36 Software Update Changelog
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• Integrates the October 2022 Android security patch to enhance system security.
• Jio 5G network is now available.
• Airtel 5G network is now available.
• VI 5G network is now available.
• Fixes a stutter issue that affects video recording in some scenarios.
As this is an incremental update, it will be pushed out to a limited number of users initially. We can expect a broader release of the update in the coming days, once the company makes sure that the new build doesn’t have any bugs.
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