OnePlus 10R receives OxygenOS 12 A.04 update with May security patch

OnePlus has pushed a new incremental upgrade to the recently launched OnePlus 10R, the newest incremental OTA is coming with an A.04 version number, obviously, it is based on OxygenOS 12. The latest upgrade goes live for both the OnePlus 10R and OnePlus 10R Endurance Edition. The latest upgrade is seeding with a bunch of improvements, fixes, and an updated monthly security patch. Here’s everything you need to know about the OnePlus 10R OxygenOS A.04 update.

OnePlus has officially confirmed the rollout of the new update on its community forum. The firm has rolled the new upgrade with the CPH2423_11.A.04​ firmware version to the vanilla OnePlus 10R, whereas, the 10R Endurance Edition gets the new build with the CPH2411_11.A.04 build number. For the time being, the OTA is seeding in a staged manner currently available to select users in India, wider rollout should follow soon. The OxygenOS A.04 will promote the monthly security version on the two OnePlus 10 series phones with May 2022 security patch version number.

Talking about the other features and changes available in OxygenOS A.04 upgrade, then the new update brings improvements to the network stability, fingerprint recognition algorithm, better camera experience with improved shooting effects, and exposure of fill-in light in some scenarios. OnePlus also addresses some known issues in this update, the list includes – abnormal charging issues, Wi-Fi connection failure issues, abnormal recording sound issues, and face blurred issue in the camera. Here’s the complete changelog shared by OnePlus.

OnePlus 10R OxygenOS A.04 update – Changelog

  • System
    • [Optimized] the network stability
    • [Optimized] the fingerprint recognition algorithm
    • [Fixed] the issue that charging was abnormal in some scenarios
    • [Fixed] the occasional issue that Wi-Fi failed to connect automatically
    • [Fixed] the issue that the recording sound might be abnormal when screen was off
    • [Improved] system stability
    • [Updated] Android security patch to 2022.05
  • Camera
    • [Optimized] the overall shooting effect of camera, improved the user experience
    • [Optimized] the exposure of fill-in light in some scenarios
    • [Fixed] the occasional issue that face was blurred in certain scenarios

If you’re a proud OnePlus 10R or OnePlus 10R Endurance Edition owner in India then you should receive the OTA update soon considering you haven’t received it already. As usual, both updates are rolling out in batches and it will take time to cover all devices. You will receive the OTA update notification. You can also check for the update manually by going to Settings > System Update.

If the update is not available, then you can wait for a few days. Before updating, make sure to take a backup and charge your phone to at least 50% before updating.

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