OnePlus9, 9 Pro users get yet another Android 12 based Oxygen 12 update

OnePlus has released a new Android 12 based OxygenOS update for OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro users. The company has announced that the new update will resolve the issues and fix the bugs that were introduced in the previous update. Notably, this older update was released last week, but the company had to discontinue it as users reported bugs, bugs, and more issues. Also Read: Google Announces Android 12 Go Edition – Check Its Main Features Here

According to a OnePlus blog, “In this build, we concentrated on solving the most recently reported issues, including failure to connect to mobile data in certain scenarios, phone notifications are not visible, freezing issues, some issues display, etc. This update has already reached some users and will continue to roll out incrementally. ” Also Read: Google Releases Android 12L Beta 1: Eligible Devices, What’s New And More

The latest version is marked as C.39 while the previous version was C.36. Users who did not upgrade to C.36 are advised to wait before upgrading to the latest version to know if it is stable and bug-free or not. According to OnePlus, the most reported issues from the previous update include failure to connect to mobile data, phone notifications were not visible, system UI freezing, display issues, and more. Also Read: Google Chrome Finally Brings Scrolling Screenshot Feature With Android 12

According to OnePlus, problems like autocomplete in Google Chrome, temporary lack of access to Ultra HD 48M / AUX camera in GCam will be fixed “in follow-up update plan.”

As always, this update will be available to users on a staggered basis, so some OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro users will have to wait for the update for at least a few days.

New features and enhancements

With the update, OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro users will have access to all Android 12 features such as hibernation, microphone and camera indicators, coarse location permission, and others.

In addition, the new OxygenOS update offers more adjustable levels for system-wide dark mode, improvements to Cards on the Shelf, Work-Life Balance 2.0, change of layouts with a pinch gesture, improvements to image previews and much more.

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