Soon after rolling out the OxygenOS 4.5.11, OnePlus has now released the next iteration of the custom Android OS to OnePlus 5 users. If you are a OnePlus 5 user, you will be prompted to install the latest OxygenOS 4.5.12 version. Among other improvements, the update brings general bug fixes along with updating Android security patch to September. Also Read - OnePlus Nord 2 Indian variant catches fire after battery explodes, company respondsAlso Read - OnePlus Nord CE 5G new update brings optimisations for overheating, cameras improvements
The OxygenOS 4.5.12 is currently being rolled out as an over-the-air (OTA) update and will be available to eligible devices over the coming days. The update is 127MB in size. In case you are not being prompted for the update, you can head to the Settings panel on your OnePlus device and check under the System Update section to find the update. Also Read - OnePlus aims to sell 25 million Nord phones by 2023, big plans ahead
With the new update, the bug which led the Download app icon to go missing in version 4.5.11 has been fixed. There were multiple bugs related to the user interface, YouTube playing, and 4G+ network. The new updates fixes the issue of YouTube video lagging behind audio, along with fixing some UI elements, and also brings smooth working of 4G+ network in applicable regions. ALSO READ: OnePlus Diwali Dash sale: Offers on OnePlus 5 cases, Bullet V2 earphones
In the previous update, OnePlus 5 users received support for customizing notification ringtone. The new update also brings the support further. Additionally, launching speed of apps has been improved, while adaptive brightness has also been optimized to give you a better experience. Some of the issues received rectification in the previous version as well, however, their listing in the latest OxygenOS 4.5.12 suggests they still need some fixing. ALSO READ: OnePlus 5T with edge-to-edge display might launch in November: Report
OnePlus 5 launched in India earlier this year at Rs 32,999. The smartphone has received positive response from the customers and reviewer community alike. While there is no official word, the OnePlus 5 was spotted on a benchmarking website running the newest Android 8.0 Oreo, suggesting we could soon see the newest Android version being rolled out to the phone.