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Nothing Phone (1) 1.1.8 Update Fixes System Stutter Issue

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Last month, consumer tech company Nothing confirmed that the Phone (2) is not launching anytime soon, and the company will focus on doing some cool things with the Phone (1) and Android 13. To deliver on these promises, the brand is working on an Android 13-based Nothing OS 1.5 beta update for the Phone (1), which brings a lot of new features and innovations.

Amidst Android 13-based Nothing OS 1.5 beta testing, the company recently rolled out a new software update for the Nothing Phone (1) in the international market, which fixes system stutter issues with support for the Nothing X app.

In the latest development, the tech maker is also pushing a January 2023 update with the Android 12 (Nothing OS) version 1.1.8 for Phone(1) users. To install the new build, your handset must have at least 75.61MB of storage space.

However, the company has assured that it will soon push this firmware to more devices via the OTA method. In the meantime, let’s find out what the update pack is all about.

Nothing Phone (1) 1.1.8 Update What’s New :

The changelog shows the first point: the Nothing X app is now available on Nothing OS. Besides, the firmware also focuses on the device’s functioning and repairs some general bugs and issues. Plus, it fixes an issue causing the System to stutter in some scenarios.

On the other hand, integrating the January 2023 security patch mainly enhances the internal framework. Furthermore, it protects against unnecessary lag and buffering, making the System more robust and stable.

How To Update :

If you want to install this Latest Nothing OS 1.1.8 Update on your Phone (1),, go to the device’s settings. From here, scroll down and tap on System, and then tap on Software Update, wait for the latest update to download and install, and finally tap on Restart Now.

Nothing OS 1.5 Beta :

On January 13, 2023, the Consumer tech giant warmly welcomes users to the second round of Nothing OS 1.5 beta program for Phone(1) users, which brings some additional highlights such as a new collection of minimalist wallpapers, handcrafted glyph ringtones and slightly different style notification soundtrack and more shortcut customizations

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Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.