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OnePlus Open gets the OxygenOS 13.2.0.203 update while OnePlus 9RT receives OxygenOS 13.1.0.595 update

The Chinese smartphone brand OnePlus has today rolled out a new update for two of its devices- OnePlus 9RT and OnePlus Open.

Here are the details

OnePlus 9RT: OxygenOS 13.1.0.595 update

This latest update is rolling out for the OnePlus 9RT in the Indian region with build number- MT2111_13.1.0.595 (EX01). This update improves the system stability of the device and other than this no major improvement or addition is made to the device.

This OTA will be incremental and will be reaching a small percentage of users today while the broader rollout will begin in a few days. Users are advised that in case they come across any bugs in this update then they can submit it on a pop-up window that appears after typing *#800# on Google Dialer.

OnePlus Open: OxygenOS 13.2.0.203 update

OxygenOS 13.2.0.203 update is rolled out for OnePlus Open in India/EU/NA regions. The update arrives with build number- CPH2551_13.2.0.203(EX01). The OTA will be incremental and will be reaching a small percentage of users today while the broader rollout will begin in a few days.

Changelog

System

  • Improves system stability.
  • Improves the touch control algorithm for better user experience.
  • Reduces power consumption when the device is idle and when certain apps are in use.
  • Integrates the December 2023 Android security patch to enhance system security.

Communication

  • Improves network stability and compatibility.

Camera

  • Fixes a shutter lag issue that might occur when the Nightscape toggle is turned off.
  • Fixes an issue where the Retouch, Filters, Resolution, and Flash functions might not respond to your taps.
  • Fixes an issue where the main screen might get stuck when you turn on Dual Preview and use the rear camera to take selfies.

The Indian users are advised that if they come across any bugs in this update then they can submit it on a pop-up window that appears after typing *#800# on Google Dialer. While the users in other regions can provide their feedback in this thread.

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