OnePlus 10T Gets November 2022 Update With Touch Algorithm Improvements
Nowadays, some OnePlus 10T smartphone users experience the OxygenOS 13 features and improvements with the Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 Beta update. Meanwhile, the Chinese tech giant has started rolling out a new software update for OnePlus 10T smartphone users.
In a recent development, the OxygenOS A.12 update mainly installs the November 2022 Android security patch update with the touch algorithm improvements. Like other OTAs, this latest update will be incremental and will be available to a limited number of users, and it will start releasing to all users in a few days.
Now, the latest monthly security update for the OnePlus 10T is currently released in India, and more countries are expected to roll out soon in the coming days. This update comes with OxygenOS version number CPH2413_11_A.12 and brings some improvements.
According to the changelog, the most up-to-date security update improves the system’s security and stability in order to maintain the user’s experience. Moreover, this update fixes issues and provide a seamless performance by reducing the system problems like crashing, freezing, lagging, and more.
Along with these improvements, this update improves the multi-finger touch experience by upgrading the touch algorithm. Plus, it also fixes the occasional issue that fails to set a fingerprint in some scenarios. At last, this update also optimized the network stability as well as the white balance effect to enhance the camera experience. For more info, check the full changelog below.
- Updates Android security patch to 2022.11.
- Updates touch algorithm and improve the multi-finger touch experience.
- Fixes the occasional issue that fails to set fingerprint in some scenarios.
- Optimizes network stability.
- Optimizes the white balance effect and improves the camera experience.
How To Update:
If you want to download this A.12 OTA update on your OnePlus 10T device in India, you can easily check availability via the usual “Settings > System > Software Update.”
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