OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro have received a new OxygenOS 12 update in India, which includes the March 2022 Android security patch.



  • According to reports, OnePlus has resolved a problem with inaccurate operator names.
  • OnePlus claims to have improved camera performance. The update is said to have corrected an M.

In India, the latest OxygenOS 12 update is available for the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro. C.47 is the version number of the latest firmware upgrade. According to the corporation, it is also being gradually rolled out in Europe and will soon be available in North America. The update includes a number of bug fixes as well as the March 2022 Android security patch. This OxygenOS 12 upgrade is intended to enhance the devices' overall system stability. It is also said that it would resolve issues such as erroneous operator names and the inability to send MMS at times.

The complete changelog of the OxygenOS 12 (C.47) upgrade is included in the official article released on the OnePlus forum. As previously said, this update is now available for the OnePlus 9 and the OnePlus 9 Pro.

OnePlus 9, OnePlus 9 Pro update changelog

In India, OnePlus has began the gradual release of this update for the OnePlus 9, which is known as LE2111 11 C.47. Users of the OnePlus 9 in Europe will receive the LE2113 11.C.47 build, while those in North America will receive the LE2115 11 C.47 build. Furthermore, customers of the OnePlus 9 Pro in India will receive the LE2121 11 C.47 variant. The European area will receive the LE2123 11.C.47 build, while the North American region will receive the LE2125 11 C.47 build.

According to the documentation, this update brings the March 2022 Android security patch to the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro. System stability is believed to have improved as well. The handsets will get updates to address the display of inaccurate operator names. In addition, the Chinese tech behemoth claims to have resolved a problem with the inability to send MMS at times. The update improves communication stability and camera fluency when shooting images.

In addition, OnePlus stated in their article that a SafetyNet fault that was creating problems with Google Pay had been resolved. This upgrade created the problem, which has since been fixed on the server side.

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