OnePlus Nord 2T Gets OxygenOS 13 February 2023 Update Improves Photos Clarity

Last month, OnePlus Nord 2T smartphone users received the stable OxygenOS 13 update based on the Android 13 operating system. The Chinese tech giant has started expanding its latest security patch fixes to eligible devices worldwide. Hence, the OnePlus Nord 2T February 2023 security patch is the latest member to join the family.

As per the screenshots shared on the community forum, OnePlus Nord 2T smartphone users are getting this February 2023 security patch with an installation package of 799.85 MB. Also, the latest firmware can be identified through OxygenOS build version CPH2401_11_C.24. Currently, this initial rollout is available in India. Still, the company will start the wider release of this firmware soon.

Going forward, the update is being rolled out gradually through OTA. Thus, it may be currently available to a handful of users. But don’t worry. The new firmware will be rolling out on your device in the coming days. In the meantime, you can manually head over to the Updates section and collect new builds.

Before manually collecting the new build, let’s discuss what’s in the latest February 2023 update. This update also comes with some beneficial enhancements and fixes for the Photos aspect. As a result, the firmware fixes a problem affecting photos in some situations.

Along with this, it also fixes Communication Stability. Ultimately, this improvement enhances the stability level and may solve the annoying system glitch issue concerned smartphone users have been dealing with for a long time. For more information, check the full changelog below.



  • Integrates the February 2023 Android security patch to enhance system security Improves system stability


  • Improves system stability


  • Fixes an issue that affects Photos in certain scenarios

How To Update Manually:

To see the new version, go to Settings Menu > System > System Update > and tap on the Download and Install button.

OnePlus Nord 2T March Update

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