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OnePlus 10T grips OxygenOS 13 March 2023 update

OnePlus 10T March 2023 update

OnePlus is releasing the March 2023 security update for the top-end model – OnePlus 10T. The latest firmware is carrying a bunch of stability improvements alongside useful fixes for the respective handsets.

According to the details, the OnePlus 10T March 2023 update is making its way with the OxygenOS 13 CPH2413_11.C.27 build. While there is no information about the software package, we will suggest saving at least 400MB of free space to install the new firmware.

Currently, OnePlus has begun the latest update rollout for the 10T devices in India. However, the company will initiate a broader release in the upcoming days.

In terms of offerings, the freshly released firmware welcomes a handful of improvements for the OnePlus 10T. To begin with, the March 2023 patch aims to enhance the security aspects of the device. It resolves the previous build issues and makes the core mechanism tough towards harmful malware.

Further, the update fixes an issue with the Quick Settings panel which restricts pulling down operation. After the latest version installation, users will be able to operate the relevant tasks efficiently.

Last but not least, the update addresses the WeChat Moments problem where users were unable to access photos. You can take a more clear view of the changelog below.

OnePlus 10T March 2023 update

OxygenOS 13 March 2023 Update – Changelog


  • Integrates the March 2023 Android security patch to enhance system security
  • Fixes an issue where the Quick Settings panel occasionally cannot be pulled down.


  • Fixes an issue where photos in WeChat Moments do not respond to your taps in certain scenarios

The update is approaching the OnePlus 10T users via OTA medium. Hence, it could take some days to cover all the eligible units in the region. Till then, you can keep an eye on the update section to opt for the firmware manually.

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To do so,  visit the Settings menu > tap on System and Updates > then tap on Software Updates. Now the phone will reach out to the server to get a firmware build for you. However, the entire process may take some time so don’t forget to keep a cup of coffee beside you.

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