Oxygen OS 12 is now available for the OnePlus 8, 8Pro, 8T, and 9R.



OnePlus appears to be having a busy weekend, as Oxygen OS 12 is now officially available and no longer in beta for four of the company's devices: the OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, OnePlus 8T, and OnePlus 9R. OP8: IN2011 11.C.11 (IN), IN2015 11.C.11 (NA); OP8 Pro: IN2021 11.C.11 (IN), IN2025 11.C.11 (NA); OP8T: KB2001 11.C.11 (IN), KB2005 11.C.11 (NA); and OP9R: LE2101 11.C.14 (NA) (IN). All of these run Android 12 and, as far as we can determine, have the identical changelog:


  • Optimized desktop icons with enhanced textures, created by combining lights and layers in a design inspired by new materials.
  • Fixed the problem where background apps were closing unexpectedly in some instances.
  • When using third-party camera apps, the issue with lens permissions has been resolved.
  • The problem with the screen not responding when getting alerts has been resolved.


  • Dark mode now has three configurable settings, allowing for a more customised and comfortable user experience.


  • New Card design choices, making data contents more visually appealing and simpler to read. New Earphone Control Card featuring Bluetooth earphone one-click adjustment.
  • Access to OnePlus Scout has been introduced to Shelf, enabling you to search numerous things on your phone, such as Apps, Settings, Media Data, and so on.
  • A new OnePlus Watch Card has been added to the Shelf, allowing you to quickly check your health information.


  • The Work Life Balance function is now accessible to all users, allowing you to move between Work and Life mode with ease via simple settings.
  • WLB 2.0 now allows automated Work/Life mode switching depending on specified locations, Wi-Fi networks, and time, as well as personalised App notification profiles.


  • Gallery now lets you choose between layouts with a two-finger pinch motion, intelligently detecting the best-quality images and reducing the thumbnail depending on the content, making the gallery layout more appealing.


  • Canvas AOD introduces new line and colour choices for a more personalised lock screen experience with intriguing aesthetics.
  • Multiple brushes and strokes have been added, as well as colour adjustment support.
  • Improved face recognition and optimization of the software algorithm to better recognise the characteristics and skin tone of various figures


  • The issue of being unable to automatically connect to Wi-Fi has been resolved.


  • Fixed the problem where wireless earbuds would not play sound when connected to Bluetooth in certain instances.
The OTA packages have began a phased distribution in the OBT (open beta test) branch and will soon be available in the stable branch. You may follow the source link to the OnePlus community forum and peruse the associated discussion for further information on the upgrades themselves.

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  1. Wireless wrap charge will not work.
    Got previous version installed at Chennai

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