OnePlus Releases February 2023 Security Patche and OxygenOS 13 F.03 Update for OnePlus Nord CE 5G

OnePlus has recently started rolling out the latest February 2023 security patches for its devices in various regions globally. Additionally, the company is also releasing a new OxygenOS 13 F.03 firmware update for OnePlus Nord CE 5G devices in India, which features some fixes and improvements.

OxygenOS 13 F.03 Firmware Update for OnePlus Nord CE 5G in India

The new build for the OxygenOS 13 F.03 update for OnePlus Nord CE 5G in India appears to be a stable iteration, according to a screenshot shared by a user. The version of the update is EB2101_11_F.03 and comes with a small software package of 145.60 MB. The update highlights the ‘Official Version’ tag in the center.

However, some users have shared screenshots on the community forum confirming that the OxygenOS 13 F.03 update is still a beta version and not a stable version. This could mean that the stable OxygenOS 13 is coming soon, as this is the second beta version. The company has not yet made any official announcement on this matter.

Benefits of the OxygenOS 13 F.03 Update

OnePlus Releases February 2023 Security Patche and OxygenOS 13 F.03 Update for OnePlus Nord CE 5G

The OxygenOS 13 F.03 update for OnePlus Nord CE 5G includes some beneficial enhancements and improvements for the application and communication aspects. The firmware update fixes the issue where you are unable to make voice or video calls with WhatsApp in certain situations. Additionally, it enhances the stability of the mobile network connection.

Changelog:

Communication

  • Improves the stability of mobile network connections.

Apps

  • Fixes an issue where you are unable to make voice or video calls with WhatsApp in certain scenarios.

Availability of the Update

The update is currently available through OTA incrementally and may be limited to a small number of users. However, the firmware will soon be rolled out to a broader audience. If you want to manually collect the new version, you can check the Updates section of your device.

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Dibyashree Sharma
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