At the start of this month, OPPO provided the June 2022 security patch to the Oppo Reno 5 pro smartphone globally. And with the help of user feedback, the company knows that the users will not be satisfied with the device’s battery performance. This Android software update is released here to fix this kind of issue and for some minor changes.
The latest June 2022 security patch, which has a downloading size – of 579 MB and pushed with a firmware version CPH2201_11_C.25 is, takes complete responsibility for increasing the security and privacy factors of the device, fixing minor vulnerabilities or bugs for enhancing the system performance, also improves further apps and features to make the stability of the device much better.
Although OPPO gives the command to their security patch for extending the battery life for some scenarios, fixing the issue where users can close the apps by swiping it out of the recent task list, in Oppo Reno 5 Pro smartphone, there is an app called Ximalaya, which is used for listening to Chinese children’s stories and might be facing an issue of turning the screen off automatically while using it. But this latest security patch gives the solution to that problem with optimization.
Except that, no advanced latest feature is introduced with this software update. The Oppo Reno 5 Pro smartphone was launched in January 2021 with Android 11, upgradable to Android 12-based ColorOS 12. If you own this product in any country, you can download the latest software update that comes with June 2022 security patch by navigating settings > software update and download and install and make your device compatibility stronger than before.
The changelog for the software update –
- Integrates the June 2022 security patch to improve system security.
- Extends the battery life for some scenarios
- Fixes an issue where you would be unable to close the app by swiping it out of the recent tasks list.
- Fixes an issue where the ximalaya app might stop playing when your device screen turns off.
NOTE- To get the best from your device, please keep your device up to date and regularly check for software updates.