OnePlus 8 Series, 8T, and 9R get OxygenOS C.35 update

The OnePlus 8 Series, OnePlus 8T, and OnPlus 9R have been gradually receiving the new OxygenOS update. Among other features, this update will also feature the August 2022 Security Patch. The new OxygenOS update can be identified easily as it comes with the build number OxygenOS C.35 and it has become available for the OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, OnPlus 8T, and OnePlus 9R.

The update will come with numerous bug fixes and many system stability improvements while also updating the devices to August 2022 Security Patches. There will also be improvements in the system and mobile network connection stability. OxygenOS C.35 has started rolling out for users in India and is expected to become available for other regions in the coming days and weeks.

Changelog for the OxygenOS C.35 update

The new OxygenOS C.35 update is now available for OnePlus 8 Series, OnePlus 8T, and OnePlus 9R users and some of them have already started receiving the update.

The company has been pushing the update in the Indian market. The system update will come with improved device stability, improve the stability of mobile network connections, fixed critical and general bugs, and enhance the user experience. As per the expectations, the latest update will also include device stability improvements and general bug fixes. For ensuring the stability of the update, it’ll be rolled out in a staged manner.

Steps to install the new OxygenOS C.35 update for the OnePlus 8 Series, OnePlus 8T, and OnePlus 9R

OnePlus 8 Series, 8T, and 9R get OxygenOS C.35 update

Many OnePlus 8 Series, OnePlus 8T, and OnePlus 9R users in India have started receiving the new OxygenOS C.35 update and it comes with the August 2022 Security Patch. As this update is being rolled out via OTA, the update will reach a handful of users and a much wider release is expected to happen in the coming days. Any OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, OnePlus 8T, and OnePlus 9R user can manually check for the update manually by simply heading to the device’s Settings -> System -> System Updates.

Do let us know what you think about this new update in the comment section down below.

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