OnePlus Nord OxygenOS 12 F.14 update officially becomes available

OnePlus came out with the OnePlus Nord in August 2020 and the device came with Android 10 out of the box. Now, the OnePlus Nord device has started receiving the latest Android 12-based OxygenOS 12 update. The update comes with build number F.14 and it’ll fix the necessary bugs, fixes, and other enhancements. The update has been released in Indian and Global markets and it comes with the build number AC2001_11.F.14 and AC2003_11.F.14 for the Indian and Global markets respectively.

Changelog for the OxygenOS 12 F.14 update for OnePlus Nord users

The new OxygenOS 12 F.14 update is now available for OnePlus Nord users and some of them have already started receiving the update. The company has been pushing the update in the Indian and Global markets and the new software comes with the build version number AC2001_11.F.14 and AC2003_11.F.14 for the Indian and Global users respectively.

The system update will come with improved device stability, fixed critical and general bugs, and enhanced the experience of fingerprint unlocking. 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.

OnePlus Nord OxygenOS 12 F.14 update officially becomes available

The update is necessary for overall better device performance and OnePlus has regularly offered timely Android OS and security patches for eligible devices based on its policy.

  • Improved system stability
  • Optimizes the fingerprint unlocking experience

Download and install the new OxygenOS 12 F.14 update for OnePlus Nord

Many OnePlus Nord users in India and Global markets have started receiving the new OxygenOS 12 F.14 update and it comes with many bug fixes and improvements. 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 user can manually check for the update manually by simply heading to the device’s Settings -> System -> System Updates.

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