OnePlus Pad users are receiving the June 2023 firmware with a new communication or cellular sharing feature. Alongside the addition, the update counts a few fixes and improvements for the overall functioning of the device, making it more responsive to users’ operations.
Consequently, the Chinese OEM is serious about the security of its devices and OnePlus Pad is no exception to this theory. Being the newest and most iconic addition for global fans, the company is trying to roll out new builds that can continue to improve the user experience.
Speaking of which, the latest June 2023 firmware for OnePlus Pad is arriving with the OxygenOS 13.1 OPD2203_22.214.171.1242 (EX01) version. While there is no information about the package size, we will suggest keeping a minimum of 1.50GB of storage free to install the update.
Now let’s explore the changelog. As per the details, the new version brings the most-discussed feature – cellular sharing to the surface. From the name, you can use your phone’s network to operate your OnePlus tablet without requiring a hotspot connection.
Besides, the update repairs a few segments of the device including external keyboard connectivity, Photos app, video recording, and more. Last but not least, the June 2023 patch makes the security system more stable and tough towards malicious attacks.
June 2023 Firmware – Changelog
- Adds a new sharing feature that allows a tablet to use a phone’s communication functions to use the 5G network, make and answer calls, and send and receive SMS messages (except European models).
- Integrates the June 2023 Android security patch to enhance system security.
- Fixes an issue that might cause videos to turn black and white in certain scenarios.
- Fixes some issues that occur when an external keyboard is used.
- Fixes some issues that affect the Photos app.
- Improves system stability.
It is worth mentioning that the cellular sharing feature is available across the globe, except for European models. Perhaps, the tech maker mentioned that the function delivery for the respective region is postponed at the moment. However, we may find this tweak for users residing in Europe in the time ahead.