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OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite First Phone To Receive December 2022 Security Update

OnePlus has finally started rolling out the December 2022 Android security patch update, with the Nord CE 2 Lite smartphone in India being the first OnePlus device to reach it. The update is currently live for a limited number of users in the country, while other users are expected to get it very soon.

The update also comes with system security and stability improvements to enhance users’ experience and protect the device from unwanted bugs and viruses. At the same time, OnePlus gives great importance to the security of its products and services with the latest monthly security updates and is committed to ensuring user data security. 

Furthermore, it fixes update issues and provides a smooth performance by reducing system issues like crashing, freezing, lagging, and others. Apart from these minor fixes, this update does not bring any other additional features and enhancements. But after installing this update on your device, you may notice some minor changes and enhancements. For more details, see the full changelog below.

Changelog:

  • System
  • Integrates the December 2022 Android security patch to enhance system security.

The Indian models of the OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite are getting the December 2022 Android security patch update with OxygenOS to build version CPH2381_11_A.14 in the country. Also, the update is arriving via OTA and will soon appear in your notification panel.

Meanwhile, if you are looking to download this CPH2381_11_A.14 OTA update on your OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite device in India; you can easily check for availability via the usual “Settings > System > Software Update”.

If available, hit the Download button. If not, don’t worry; this latest update will be incremental and available to a limited number of users and will be rolling out to all users in a few days.

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Sanz Miller

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