Just a few days ago, OnePlus released a small update – C.46 OTA for the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro. A new build has now been released for the two new 9 Series phones, with the newer one marked with version number C.47.
The latest build contains a newer security patch from March 2022, some improvements and bug fixes. Here’s everything you need to know about the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro C.47 update.
Availability of the latest incremental fix has been limited to India and Europe, but this build is available to users in North American and European versions. OnePlus is installing the new build in North America with a version number of LE2115_11_C.47, while EU users get it with version LE2113_11.C.47 on the vanilla OnePlus 9.
Moving on to the OnePlus 9 Pro, the build numbers for North America and the EU are LE2125_11_C.47 and LE2123_11.C.47. It’s a big update of about 4.1GB, yes, it’s a big update, you can connect your phone to a Wi-Fi network for faster downloads.
Moving on to the changes, OnePlus solves a couple of problems in this build, fixes the problem with the incorrect display of the operator name and the inability to send MMS. The update also optimizes the camera and communication services, as well as improves the stability of the entire system. OnePlus is also increasing the monthly version of the security patch until March 2022, here’s the full changelog that will appear with the new update.
OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro OxygenOS 12 C.47 Update – ChangeLog
- [Optimized] Link Stability
- [Fixed] problem with incorrect display of operator name
- [Fixed] problem with a low probability of MMS not being able to send
- [Improved] system stability
- [Updated] Android Security Patch – 2022.03
- [Optimized] smoothness of photography
If you’re a OnePlus 9 or OnePlus 9 Pro owner and have encountered any of the aforementioned issues, you can now upgrade your phone to the C.47 incremental update. The update is already available for some Series 9 users in North America and the EU, it will be available to everyone in the next few days, you can check it in the Settings app by going to the System Updates section.
If the update is not available, you can wait a few days. Before upgrading, be sure to make a backup and charge your phone to at least 50%.
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Source: OnePlus Forum.