OnePlus has released the OxygenOS A.15 update for OnePlus Nord 2 5G. It brings some security fixes and improvements to Bluetooth connectivity.
What’s new in the OxygenOS A.15 update for OnePlus Nord 2 5G
The OTA brings the December Security Patch, including fixes for the vulnerabilities from Google’s monthly security bulletin. The firmware improves the system’s stability, and fixes known issues.
The update fixes the Bluetooth calling issue on OnePlus Nord 2 5G, which was causing calls to be unclear over the wireless audio devices. The AI Video Enhancement feature has been patched to provide better video stability, over Bluetooth networks.
The update is being rolled out to all variants of the OnePlus Nord 2 5G around the world. The version number of the firmware in India is DN2101_11.A.15. The European firmware has the build number DN2103_11.A.15, while North Americans are getting the version DN2103_11.A.15.
Users are reporting that the OxygenOS A.15 update for OnePlus Nord 2 5G removes call recording from the Google Dialer. The software update installs Google Lens and GPay automatically. There are also some complaints regarding the battery’s performance, which seems to be affected by an idle drain issue. A few users claim that the update was available for them earlier, but seems to have been pulled by OnePlus. We wouldn’t be surprised if this is true, since the company paused the roll out of the OxygenOS 12 update for OnePlus 9, after users reported many bugs in it.