OnePlus Zen Mode Gets New Update To Protect Your Data

OxygenOS 13 Zen Mode is now better than OxygenOS 12 Mode, and now its UI is amazing and easy to use. This mode also helps you save battery power by reducing screen time. Now, in this recent development, the Chinese tech giant has started rolling out a new update to the OnePlus Zen Mode.

OnePlus Zen Mode is getting a new update with version 13.0.20, which enhances some functions of the app and fixes some known bugs. The installation package size of this update is 85.03 MB; you can install the update through Play Store or download it directly from the link mentioned below.

Download link:

[November 21, 2022]

In addition to this, the newest update for the OnePlus Zen Mode comes with version number V13.0.5 and is based on the OxygenOS 13 on top-up Android 13 devices. 

The new update for the OnePlus Zen Mode app brings general improvements and fixes to enhance overall performance and stability. Other than that, the update doesn’t include any new features or changes but definitely offers a better experience, and your data is better protected now.

The OnePlus Zen Mode app V13.0.5 update comes with an installation package of around 84.91 MB; you can now download this update from APKMirror and the link given below. This newly released update requires or supports at least Android 11 and above for all eligible OnePlus smartphones.

Note: This latest update is available for all eligible OnePlus smartphones except the OnePlus 10 Pro.

Download link:

What’s New:

  • Fixes some known bugs
  • Your data is now better protected.

OnePlus Zen Mode:

OnePlus Zen Mode is developed by OnePlus to help people live independently without a phone so that they can focus in stillness mode. This is a mode in which your device will freeze for a certain amount of time, and everything on the phone will be locked. However, you can receive or make calls and click pictures.

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