OnePlus Nord CE officially bags the March 2022 Security Patch with the OxygenOS 11.0.16.16 update

OnePlus developers have been busy releasing new security and software updates for many OnePlus handsets. Now, the OnePlus Nord CE has become the latest device to receive a new update as OnePlus. OnePlus Nord CE has started receiving the latest March 2020 Security Patch and it is being rolled out with the OxygenOS 11.0.16.16. The OxygenOS 11.0.16.16 is based on Android 11 firmware and it’ll come with many bug fixes and improvements.

The new OxygenOS update will come with the build number 11.0.16.16.EB13DA and apart from including the March 2022 security patch, it’ll also fix the important issue with colors when capturing photos. The update has already started rolling out in India and more regions are expected to receive the update in the coming days and weeks.

Changelog for the new OxygenOS 11.0.16.16 update for OnePlus Nord CE

The new OxygenOS 11.0.16.16 update will feature the latest March 2022 Security Update and come with the build number 11.0.6.16.EB13DA. While the update will feature the latest security standards, it isn’t out yet which security vulnerabilities have been fixed in the new update. Further, it’ll also fix the important issue with colors were being displayed inaccurately when capturing photos. As per the expectations, the latest update will include device stability improvements and general bug fixes. For ensuring the stability of the update, it’ll be rolled out in a staged manner.

Download and install the new OxygenOS 11.0.16.16 update

OnePlus Nord CE officially bags the March 2022 Security Patch with the OxygenOS 11.0.16.16 update

OxygenOS 11.0.16.16 update for OnePlus Nord CE

Many OnePlus Nord CE users in India have started receiving the new OxygenOS 11.0.16.16 update and it features the March 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 Nord CE users can manually check for the update manually by simply heading to the device’s Settings -> System -> System Updates.

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