OnePlus 10R Gets November 2022 Update With Battery Improvements
A few days back OnePlus released an Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 beta 2 software update for OnePlus 10R smartphone users in India. This latest beta update not only comes with a lot of improvements and bug fixes but also support for Jio 5G networks to optimize network stability. Meanwhile, the company has started rolling out a new software update for OnePlus 10R smartphone users in India, which is based on Android 12-based OxygenOS 12.1.
In a recent development, OnePlus has implemented the November 2022 update for OnePlus 10R smartphone users with Battery improvements. Now, you can identify this update with OxygenOS build number CPH2423_11_A.11 and users will have to download this update with around 122 MB of package size.
As per the changelog, this update comes with improvements in system security and reliability in order to maintain the user’s experience. It also fixes some known issues to deliver a seamless performance. Moreover, it optimized the system stability by reducing system lagging, freezing, crashing, and other problems.
Other than this update improves the battery experience by optimizing the power consumption in some scenarios. Apart from these minor improvements, this update does not bring any other additional features and enhancements. But you may notice some minor changes and enhancements after installing this update on your device. For more information, check the full changelog below.
- Optimizes the power consumption in some scenarios and improves the battery experience.
- This update mainly optimizes system security and fixes some known issues.
How To Update:
Let’s say you want to manually check for the November 2022 update (A.11) on your OnePlus 10R via 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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