OnePlus starts rolling out official November and December 2021 Security Updates for OnePlus Nord, Nord 100, and Nord CE

OnePlus developers have been busy rolling out new software and security updates for its vast lineup of handsets. Now, another batch of OnePlus devices is set to receive the latest security updates. OnePlus’ budget lineup of OnePlus Nord, Nord N100, and Nord CE is set to receive the latest software updates, bringing in November and December 2021 Security Update patches for the smartphones. The Nord and Nord CE will be getting the November 2021 Security update while Nord N100 will receive the December 2021 Security update.

The updates for the three smartphones will be bringing in several improvements and bug fixes. The newest version numbers of the update being rolled out for the Nord family are –

  • OnePlus Nord – OxygenOS
  • OnePlus Nord CE – OxygenOS
  • OnePlus Nord N100 – OxygenOS 11.0.4

Changelog for November 2021 Security Update

For OnePlus Nord –

  • Updated the Android Security Patch to November 2021
  • Improved the system stability and fixed many general bugs
  • Fixed the error of probable failure of the call forwarding function

For OnePlus Nord CE –

  • Updated the Android Security Patch to November 2021
  • Optimized UI display effect of the setting interface
  • Fixed the issues of not receiving messages

Check for the software update availability and update your device

OnePlus has announced that this update will be incremental. It will be initially rolled out to a limited percentage of users, with the company gradually rolling out the update to a broader number of users in a few days. You can check for the new updates manually by heading to the settings and then the software update section.

OnePlus starts rolling out official November and December 2021 Security Updates for OnePlus Nord, Nord 100, and Nord CE

Meanwhile, OnePlus has been pushing another software update to the Nord lineup, with the OnePlus Nord 2 devices getting the OxygenOS 12 update. The new update will reduce the power consumption and improve the back-end management for overall improved performance. Although it appears that this is OnePlus’ way to optimize the system even more before introducing the toggle for disabling throttling.

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