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January 2022 Security Update Goes Live For OnePlus Nord CE, Nord N10 & Nord N200

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After releasing the January 2022 security update for the OnePlus 9 series, the company is now rolling out the latest update for a bunch of other devices. Notably, the OnePlus Nord CE, Nord N10, and Nord N200 are picking up the January 2022 security update.

It is important to note that the security update for the OnePlus 9 series phones adds a bunch of bug fixes, which users have been facing since the arrival of the Android 12 update.

For the OnePlus Nord CE, the January 2022 security update bumps the security patch level to January 1, 2022. It also improves the system’s stability and performance. Further, it adds 5G support for devices in Qatar and Hong Kong.

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As far as the update for the OnePlus Nord N10 and N200 is concerned, it is purely an incremental security update. This means that it does not include any new features for the device.

Whatever the case may be, it is highly advised that you update your device with the latest available security patch. Because security patches fix several security and privacy related vulnerabilities.

January update for OnePlus Nord CE also enables IMS function in H3G Ireland

Well, the update for the OnePlus Nord CE is a bit feature loaded. According to XDA Developers, the update reportedly enables the IMS function in H3G Ireland models.

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The January 2022 update for the OnePlus Nord CE is rolling out with software version OxygenOS 11.0.14.14. It weighs around 115MB in size. However, make sure to use a stable internet connection to download the update.

For the OnePlus Nord N10, the update carries software version OxygenOS 11.0.4, whereas the Nord N200 gets OxygenOS 11.0.5.0.

As usual, the update is rolling out in stages via OTA. Meaning, not all devices will pick up the update at the same time. It may take its sweet time before knocking on the door of every OnePlus Nord CE, Nord N10 and Nord N200 unit.

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Thankfully, you can manually check for the update on your phone. In order to do so, simply navigate to Settings > System > System updates.

Your phone will now look for the latest update on its official servers. If it detects one, you will be prompted to download the update. Hit the “Download and install” button to begin updating your phone.

Moreover, you can also use the Oxygen Updater app, available for download for free from the Google Play Store. It is a trusted app that grabs the download package links straight from the official OnePlus servers.

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All you need to do is download the update package and place it on the internal storage of your phone to install it.