OnePlus 7/ 7 Pro gets OxygenOS 12 H.38 firmware update, but there’s a catch

OnePlus 7 Pro OxygenOS 12 H.38 update

OnePlus is now rolling out a new OxygenOS 12 H.38 firmware update for the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro devices. However, this latest build doesn’t hold any fresh additions or improvements for the respective devices. Why so? Let’s find it out.

A few days ago, the company has served the OnePlus 7 and Pro models with OxygenOS 12 H.36 update. Though the handsets had already received their last iteration, the tech maker still initiated a new firmware for the devices. But later, the company stopped distributing the mentioned build due to technical reasons.

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In the latest development, the manufacturer comes up with the OxygenOS 12 H.38 update for the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro devices. Even so, there aren’t fresh additions or changes in this version, it is a bug-free firmware for the corresponding devices.

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Notably, this update will only be released in India. This is because H.38 addresses the problems and issues found within H.36 build that have been availed to OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro only in India. Thus, it won’t circulate in other regions.

OnePlus 7 Pro OxygenOS 12 H.38 update

“Due to technical reasons, we stopped pushing the H.36 only in India for the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro. Indian users who didn’t get the H.36 so far, will receive the build H.38 directly.
As for the users who already have the H.36 installed, they will receive the H.37 next.”

Further, the company also mentioned that the new build will not hamper your device in any manner. Hence, you can feel free to upgrade the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro models to the newly released version.

Firmware Versions

  • OnePlus 7 (India) – GM1901_11.H.38
  • OnePlus 7 Pro (India) – GM1911_11.H.38

Changelog – System

  • Improves system stability and performance

It’s worth mentioning that OnePlus 7 series is ultimately getting surprising updates these days. In accordance with counts, this is the second firmware that is appearing even after the end of software support. Let’s see how many more such offerings are left for this ‘user’s favorite’ smartphone lineup.


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