OnePlus to release OxygenOS 12 yet again to fix previous issues

OnePlus has chosen to re-release OxygenOS 12 following a recent development. The new software update for the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro smartphones was announced a few weeks ago and was formally handed out a few days ago. Customers noticed numerous faults and glitches, thus the company was forced to remove it.Now, the Oppo-backed smartphone maker is re-rolling the operating system.

It should be noted that the most recent version of OxygenOS 12 that has been rolled out is designated as C.39, whereas the device’s previous version was designated as C.36. Users with the C.36 version of OxygenOS 12 should update to the C.39 version immediately to avoid overheating issues and glitches on their OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro devices. OnePlus appears to have resolved the difficulties that were emerging with the current release.

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The recent (Android 12) OxygenOS 12 update also improved fingerprint locking process, reduced system battery consumption, addressed screen tearing on returning to the home screen in several games, and added the December Android Security Patch 2021, among other things. Chrome’s auto-fill and GCam’s temporary lack of access to the Ultra HD 48M / AUX camera will be addressed “in the follow-up update schedule.” The distribution is incremental, which means that just a small number of units will get it today, with a larger rollout starting in the coming days.

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