OnePlus 10 Pro Gets Support For Jio 5G In India [OxygenOS C.21 Update]

OnePlus has started to roll out a new OxygenOS C.21 software update for its most premium flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 10 Pro. This update comes with lots of improvements and fixes, along with the October 2022 Android security update for better device security. Meanwhile, the OnePlus 10 Pro gets support for the Jio 5G support.

As usual, this update will be rolled out gradually to all users, and it will cover a limited number of users today, and more users will take several days. The October 2022 update will be released for OnePlus 10 Pro users in India, Europe, and North America. Users can determine this update through the OxygenOS build number IN NE2211_11_C.21, EU NE2213_11_C.21, NA NE2215_11_C.21, respectively.

According to the changelog, the OxygenOS C.21 update mainly installs up-to-date security updates that improve the system’s security and stability to deliver a seamless performance. It also fixes some general bugs and issues that affect the user’s experience. OnePlus Gallery App – Get The Latest Version [12.16.25]

Moreover, this update optimised the battery life in some scenarios and provided a better experience over a long time. Paper from the general enhancement, this update comes with Jio 5G network support in India. Other regions may take several days.



  • Integrates the October 2022 Android security patch to enhance system security.
  • Improves system stability and performance.
  • Extends the battery life in some scenarios.


  • Jio 5G network is now available. (IN region)

How To Update:

Suppose you want to manually check for the October 2022 security update on your OnePlus 10 Pro in the above-mentioned regions, then go to the device’s Settings. From here, scroll down and tap System, click System Update, then tap Check for Updates; If an update is available, click Download and Install now.


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