March 2023 security update is rolling out for the OnePlus Nord 2T devices. Accordingly, the new firmware unlocks improvements for the security system and boosts the overall user experience of the smartphone.
The month of April is about to start and OnePlus is speeding up the March 2023 security patch distribution for its devices. In recent times, the company has offered the benefits of updated firmware to its flagship and mid-range handsets.
Speaking of which, the company is now sending the March 2023 update for the OnePlus Nord 2T smartphone users. Initially, the build is released in India. However, we will find other countries in this software update list in the coming days.
As per the information, Nord 2T device owners can identify the new update with OxygenOS 13 CPH2401_11.C.26 version. Make sure to have a sufficient amount of space to download the firmware effectively.
In terms of offerings, OnePlus has prepared the latest iteration with a fix for call logs. Ultimately, the update mends the problem where call logs do not appear on the screen at times of use. Also, it increases the firmness of the connectivity, so that users may not suffer from interruption during calls.
On the side hand, the updated security patch eliminates the unknown bugs and issues of the core mechanism. As a result, users will get rid of unusual buffers and lagging on their smartphones.
OxygenOS C.26 March 2023 Update
- Integrates the March 2023 Android security patch to enhance system security
- Improves system stability
- Improves the stability of mobile network connections
- Fixes an issue where call logs might be unavailable
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