OnePlus Nord 2T Gets OxygenOS 13 March 2023 Update

Today is the last day of the month, and OnePlus is still seeding the rest of its devices with the March 2023 security update, and the OnePlus Nord 2T is the latest one to receive it. It is a regular security patch that optimises your device’s running and performance.

Moreover, this latest update comes with functional enhancements and fixes other system-related issues like mobile networks, call logs, and more. On the other hand, the March 2023 security update has been rolled out for the OnePlus Nord 2T with build version CPH2401_11_C.26.

OnePlus has already released the March 2023 security patch for the OxygenOS 13-powered smartphone. These software updates are essential for smartphones, and it is recommended that the respective models download the latest available firmware.

For your information, let us tell you that the March 2023 security update is being released on an incremental basis for a limited number of OnePlus Nord 2T device users in India. However, the company shouldn’t take long to expand to more users worldwide.

The Chinese tech giant releases this software update in batches and suggests downloading the same as soon as it pops up. These updates are rolling out via OTA, which may delay the ‘update-access’ process. However, you can head over to the Updates section and install it manually.

Talking about the changelog, the firmware does not bring any major changes to the device’s system. Still, the latest security patch promises to fix minor bugs and issues in the internal framework software. In addition, it maintains performance stability and fixes some other problems system-related as mobile network, calls log and others. For more details, see the full changelog below.

OnePlus Nord 2T March Update


  • Integrates the March 2023 Android Security Patch to enhance system security.
  • Improves system stability.


  • Improves the stability of mobile network connections.
  • Fixes an issue where call logs might be unavailable.
OnePlus Nord 2T March Update

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