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OnePlus 7 Pro is receiving August 2019 security patch even before Pixels

01 August 2019 0

OnePlus is one of those few Android OEMs you can rely on for not only getting good hardware and pricing but also for quick and regular software support. It has now started to roll out a new OnePlus 7 Pro update that brings August 2019 security patch before any other device including Google's Pixel lineup.

This latest OnePlus 7 Pro update is in the form of OxygenOS 9.5.11. It is an over the air update with different fixes and improvements. The biggest addition in the changelog is undoubtedly the monthly security patch dated August 2019. It has been pushed so quickly that Google is yet to publish the official security bulletin mentioning what fixes are included.

Here is the official changelog for OxygenOS 9.5.11 update:

  • Optimized Adaptive Brightness
  • Optimized the sensitiveness of the screen touch while gaming
  • Optimized the accidental touches with notification bar in calling
  • Updated GMS to 2019.06
  • Updated Android security patch to 2019.08
  • General bug fixes and improvements

OnePlus has said that it is an incremental rollout. It means a few selected users will receive the update first and then, it will be expanded to all users gradually. This is to ensure that if there is any major issue with the update, it does not affect a huge number of users.

If you are a OnePlus 7 Pro user, you should check out for the update notification. You can also do this manually by visiting system settings. The update size is just about 2GB which is something you should know before deciding whether to download via WiFi or cellular data plan.

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OnePlus 7 Pro is receiving August 2019 security patch even before Pixels
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