OxygenOS 12.1 February 2023 Update Is Live For OnePlus Nord 2 [Updated]

OnePlus has started rolling out the OxygenOS 12.1 C.13 for the OnePlus Nord 2 in Europe. This latest February 2023 security update for OnePlus Nord 2 is already rolling out in the Indian region.

Users in the European market have been able to identify the latest update via OxygenOS 12.1 build version DN2103_11_C.13 and it comes with an installation package of 715MB.

.[February 22, 2023]

OnePlus offers some of the best Android phones, for which the Company promises regular software updates and security patches. The first February 2023 update for the OnePlus Nord family is now rolling out in Indian regions.

A few days ago, the Company rolled out the January 2023 update for the OnePlus Nord 2T with the firmware version CPH2401_11_A.19. For information; the OnePlus Nord 2T has already received the OxygenOS 13 stable update. 

OnePlus has started expanding the February 2023 update for OnePlus Nord 2. It all started with the OnePlus 9RT, and up to now, including the OnePlus Nord 2, a total of three devices have been received in February 2023.The firmware update integrates the February 2023 Android Security Patch for enhanced system security, with version DN2101_11.C.13 for India users.

Coming for changes, this All-New February 2023 Android Security Patch work works to customize the interpretation of your device. In addition, it also improves the security of the system to maintain the level of stability at the top, giving a comfortable performance.

In terms of specification, The OnePlus Nord 2 is one of the best and most attractive devices in the mid-range segment, with many advanced features and a two-year majorOS update policy.



Integrates the February 2023 Android Security Patch to enhance system security.

How To Update:

Notable, as usual, the latest update is OTA old age. The OTA will reach a small percentage of users today, and the company will start a broad rollout in a few days. If you do not want to wait for OTA updates, you can manually reduce it with the Settings of the device.

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