OnePlus Nord 2 gets September 2022 security patch

A new security patch update for the OnePlus Nord 2 is currently being rolled out. The September 2022 Security Patch Update, based on OxygenOS 12.1, has reportedly begun rolling out to the OnePlus Nord 2 as per the OEM’s Official Forum. The latest version, which is currently available to users, includes fixes for a wide variety of problems and enhances the stability of the system overall.

Changelog for the September 2022 Security Update for OnePlus Nord 2

The latest firmware update for the devices running OxygenOS 12.1 has a package size of roughly 639MB and a build number of DN2101_11_C.09.

Stability and performance have been enhanced with the update. The bug fixes are just an added bonus. In addition, a problem where the front camera sometimes unexpectedly turn off during video conversations has also been fixed with this update.

The over-the-air update has begun rolling out, but in order to download and install it without any hitches, you’ll need to have more than 60% battery life left and be connected to a fast Wi-Fi network. This update is now available for download, so make sure to get it as soon as possible. Your privacy and security on the device will be improved, and it will be capable of safeguarding against a wider range of attacks.

How to install the September 2022 Security Update

OnePlus Nord 2 gets September 2022 security patch

Many OnePlus Nord 2 users in North America have started receiving the new September 2022 Security Update update. 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 Nord 2 user can manually check for the update manually by simply heading to the device’s Settings -> System -> System Updates. Remember to connect your smartphone to a high-speed Wi-Fi connection.

Dibyashree Sharma
Dibyashree Sharma
An NIT Rourkela Graduate in CS, Blogger, Android Geek, and a Tennis Fanatic. I have been writing about Android OS for Last 8 years.

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