OnePlus is getting ready to launch the OnePlus 10 Pro all over the world. While that is exciting, current users of the OnePlus 9R and OnePlus 8 series have reason to celebrate as well. The OEM is now pushing out the stable Oxygen OS 12 upgrade to the 8, 8 Pro, 8T, and 9R after releasing a single Open Beta release based on Android 12 for these smartphones. The stable release’s build number is C.11 (for the 8 series)/C.14 (for the X) (for the 9R). The revamped user interface is the first noticeable change in the Oxygen OS 12 release, aside from the Android 12 base.
OnePlus Releases Oxygen OS Update With Bug Fixes
There are also a lot of new and improved quality of life features, such as Canvas AOD and the OnePlus Watch Card in Shelf. The system, Dark mode, Shelf, Work-Life Balance, Gallery, Canvas AOD, Network, and Bluetooth are among the changes. The Android security patch level (SPL) is a little out of date since these builds arrived with February 2022 security fixes. Despite the fact that this is a stable build, it is presently only available to existing Open Beta participants.
Furthermore, owing to extra certification requirements, the update for the 8 series has not yet been released for the European model. The OTA packages have started rolling out in stages on the OBT (open beta test) branch, and they should be in the stable branch soon. You may go to the source link, which will take you to the community forum, and go through the associated discussion for further information on the upgrades.