OnePlus Nord has began receiving OxygenOS 10.5.11 that brings the January 2021 Android safety patch. The brand new software program replace for OnePlus Nord comes nearly two months after the discharge of the final Android safety replace that was rolled out in late December. OnePlus has, nonetheless, not offered any new options or notable adjustments by the most recent replace. However nonetheless, OnePlus Nord is because of obtain OxygenOS 11, primarily based on Android 11. That replace is at present in a beta stage.
The OxygenOS 10.5.11 replace for OnePlus Nord is at present rolling out in phases, OnePlus announced by a discussion board publish on Tuesday. The replace is initially reaching a small proportion of customers, with its broader rollout coming in a number of days. You possibly can test for the replace in your OnePlus Nord by going to Settings > System > System replace.
OnePlus is rolling out the most recent software program replace as OxygenOS 10.5.11.AC01DA in India, whereas its European construct is arriving as OxygenOS 10.5.11.AC01BA and the worldwide launch is coming as OxygenOS 10.5.11.AC01AA.
As per the official changelog, the OxygenOS 10.5.11 replace brings the January 2021 Android safety patch alongside improved system stability. Which means you should not count on any notable adjustments coming by the most recent software program model. The replace additionally would not carry a brand new Android OS model as it’ll nonetheless be Android 10.
In December, OnePlus Nord received OxygenOS 10.5.10 with the December 2020 Android safety patch. That replace got here together with the September 2020 Google Cell Providers (GMS) package deal and added the OnePlus Retailer app for Indian customers.
Not like OnePlus Nord that’s receiving the January safety replace, OnePlus just lately updated OnePlus Nord N10 5G with the February 2021 Android safety patch. Corporations together with Samsung and Google additionally brought the latest Android security updates to their telephones.
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