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Jio 5G OTA update for OnePlus 10T begins in India

In India, with the help of Jio 5G OnePlus 10T has started receiving its OTA updates. It’s powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 CPU. The new system improvement and security repairs are included with the OxygenOS 12 A.10 update of the device.

The users would only be able to get Jio 5G services starting on October 24 according to another addition made by OnePlus in the OTA update. Furthermore, this new OxygenOS 12 A.10 upgrade will be made available in stages. So you will have to wait for more to get all the goodies.

So far only Jio 5G is going to be available on the OnePlus 10T phones.

The 5G service in India is at the starting stages currently present only in metropolitan cities. These cities are  Delhi, Mumbai, Varanasi, and Kolkata. Which would be increasing in other areas gradually. But it’s definitely a great deal for India to enter into the world of 5G services.

The OnePlus 10T A.10 OTA update will include the following:


  • Android security patch update to 2022.10.
  • Enhances system fluidity and increases performance schedule.
  • It Fixes sporadic crashes.


  • Wi-Fi reliability is improved
  • Enhances stable communication.
  • Jio is added to assist the 5G network.


  • Enhances the impact of the screen display.

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