OnePlus Nord 2 receives October 2022 patch with 5G support [Jio, Airtel, VI] 

October 2022 OnePlus Nord 2 5G support

OnePlus Nord 2 receives the recent Android security update with a lot of surprising elements for the users. Notably, the recent October 2022 security patch comes based on the OxygenOS 12.1 version to enhance the system security and stability to boost the performance of your OnePlus Nord 2 and bring 5G support for some networks.

However, the most recent version offers something really for you in addition to regular security patches. Although, after installing the update users can notice changes in the visual icons of the Files in the OnePlus Nord 2 smartphone.

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Notably, October 2022 update for Oneplus Nord 2 update brings 5G support for the Jio, Airtel, and VI networks. Just wait for the launch of 5G it will automatically connect and 5G will be shown on your OnePlus Nord 2. Users can identify this update through the OxygenOS 12.1 DN2101_11_C.11 build version, which has about 808 MB of updated hefty weight. Below you can check the complete changelog:

October 2022 OnePlus Nord 2 5G support



  • 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

OnePlus Nord 2

OnePlus Nord 2

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The company is working to expand the OxygenOS 13 update for compatible device owners globally, and the OnePlus Nord 2 is one of the eligible smartphones to get the OxygenOS 13 update, and this recent version help device to make it compatible.

Point to remember

Your data won’t be altered or deleted as a result of system updates. It is advised to back up your data before beginning the update for security reasons. Make sure the update will fit in the available space.

You can let the developers know if you run across any issues when utilizing the updated version. Notably, following installation, the update packages will be erased. Just remember to reset your smartphone after you’re done. Use an unmetered connection to update.


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