The OnePlus 9 series received the Android 12 update back in early December, however, the update was halted a few weeks later due to multiple bugs troubling the users.
The company was quick to react to the user feedback and resumed the rollout of the Android 12 update with a new update some days later. Unfortunately, the efforts of OnePlus were not good enough, as there were a lot of bugs still troubling and annoying OnePlus 9 series users.
Thankfully, according to the latest report by 9To5Google, a new update is now rolling out for the OnePlus 9 series, which includes the OnePlus 9 and the OnePlus 9 Pro. The update is based on Android 12 and promises to fix more bugs triggered by the previous update.
In an official forum post, a new Oxygen OS update, version Oxygen OS C.40 is rolling out for the OnePlus 9 series. The update is currently live for users in India and the global/North American market.
However, the OnePlus 9 series owners in Europe may need to wait a bit, as the update isn’t live for them in the region. According to the official changelog, the update fixes a couple of bugs.
New OnePlus 9 update fixes the bugs that caused system upgrade failure in specific scenarios
According to the official forum post, the company has fixed the issue of the OnePlus 9 series units failing to connect to 5G that several users were facing. The update is rolling out gradually, and it is expected to reach all devices very soon. The official changelog mentions that it fixes the problem of system upgrade failure in specific scenarios.
The update weighs in at a nominal size of 70.26 MB. We would still recommend the OnePlus 9 series owners download this update on a stable internet connection to avoid any issues. As already mentioned, the update is currently live for the OnePlus 9 series Indian and global units. There is no clarity as to when the European units will pick up the update.
Just like any other update, OnePlus is pushing this update incrementally. You can check for the update notification on your OnePlus 9 series device, by heading over to Settings > System > System updates.
Your phone will start checking for updates on its official server. If it detects one, you can tap on the Download button to begin downloading the bug fix update based on Android 12 on your phone. If the update is not available, then you probably have to wait sometime before the update lands on your device.