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OnePlus 9R OxygenOS 11.2.1.1 update improves haptic feedback for Call of Duty

19 April 2021 0

OnePlus 9R is receiving OxygenOS 11.2.1.1 update that brings several improvements and fixes as well.

The update has improved the charging stability to provide a better user experience. Also, the haptic feedback for Call of Duty Mobile has also been improved. The update also fixes the delay in the incoming calls when the device is on charge. Apart from these system-level improvements, the update also brings improvements to the Gallery app. The update has now sped up the process of previewing images.

Below is the complete changelog that tells what else this update is bringing –

  • System
    • Improved the charging stability to provide a better user experience
    • Improved charging stability
    • Improved the haptic feedback for Call of Duty Mobile
    • Fixed the abnormal change of incoming ringtone with dual SIM cards
    • Fixed the delay in incoming calls when the device is in charge
    • General bug fixes
  • Gallery
    • Improved the loading speed of the gallery to speed up the process of previewing pictures
  • Clock
    • Improved the vibrating performance of alarm tones
  • Network
    • Improved Wi-Fi Hotspot performance

The size of the update is 366MB and the full firmware version number is 11.2.1.1LE28DA.

This is an incremental update, which means it will first be rolled out to a bunch of users immediately and a broader rollout will follow later after the company makes sure everything is fine.


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