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OnePlus Nord N30 & Nord CE Gets Incremental Update

OnePlus has rolled out its latest incremental Update for OnePlus Nord N30 and OnePlus Nord CE in North America and India, respectively. This Update brings various new changes and features for better and flawless performance, including improved network connections and many more for enhancing the user’s fluent experience. 

This improvement update has arrived with the unique identification build number for both devices: OxygenOS CPH2513_13.1.0.601(EX01) firmware for the OnePlus Nord N30 with the July 2023 security update and the OnePlus Nord CE build number is OxygenOS 13 EB2101_11.F.51 firmware version. This Update for both devices started rolling out in batches, and soon, it will be available for all. 

With this incremental Update, the company fixes all the bugs and known issues in the previous version and creates a kind of trouble in the flawless experience while performing the system’s functionality. It improves the stability and reliability of the device and increases fluency in performing the device. The system security also gets improved with this Update, which will provide more safety and privacy to the users, so now they are free from the worry of their security. 

Apart from all of this, it also improves the stability and compatibility of network connections, which will surely enhance the user’s connectivity experience. Now the users will easily and quickly get connected to the network. The camera performance also gets improved; now, it will offer more options and features regarding the camera for a better user experience. 

How To Download: 

For better and improved features which will offer a flawless and fluent experience while performing the device, the users are highly recommended to upgrade their software system. To update the system, you can follow the steps mentioned here; Go to Settings >> About Phone >> OxygenOS version >> Check Update>> Download and Install.  

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