OnePlus 10R bumps to OxygenOS 12.1 A.05 with June 2022 security patch

OnePlus is delivering just the right amount of updates to its flagship to keep the user experience polished. In the latest development, a new update is rolling out for the OnePlus 10R that bumps the version number to OxygenOS 12.1 A.05.

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As of now, the latest software update for the OnePlus 10R is rolling out in India, and it will soon expand to more markets as well. The package is bundled with the firmware version CPH2423-11.A.05.

Besides upgrading the security maintenance to June 2022, the package brings multiple fixes and optimizations. The issues like charging, lagging screen, abnormal closing of apps, slow response of NFC, and more are taken care of. Moreover, the Breeno recognition, Wi-Fi stability, video call exposure, and overall camera effect are now optimized. On top, the system stability, user experience, and network experience are improved.


  •  System
    •  [Improved] system stability
    •  [Optimized] the recognition of Breeno
    •  [Fixed] the issue that charging was abnormal in some scenarios
    •  [Fixed] the issue that sliding on the desktop was lagging in some scenarios
    •  [Fixed] the issue that background applications were abnormally closed in certain scenarios
    •  [Updated] Android security patch to 2022.06
  •  Communication
    •  [Optimized] the Wi-Fi stability, improved network experience
    •  [Fixed] the issue of slow response when using NFC on bus
  •  Camera
    •  [Optimized] the exposure for video call
    •  [Optimized] the overall shooting effect of the camera, improved the user experience
    •  [Fixed] the occasional issue that the screen displayed abnormally when using the front camera
  • Others
    •  [Fixed] the issue where the third-party app Amap might freeze
Read more: OnePlus 10 Pro and Nord 2T gets a new update with June 2022 security patch

As always, the OTA update is rolling out in batches. So, the respective owners can expect the update notification to reach them anytime soon. In the meantime, you can head to the Software Update section under the Settings app.

Shivani Sharma
Shivani Sharma
"Do anything, but let it produce joy" Tech freak, Android enthusiast, and a wanderer.


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