OnePlus seems to be having a bit of trouble lately with sending flawless updates – the stable Android 11 build for the OnePlus 7T series, for example, caused camera crashes for multiple users. These are not the only OP phones that have problems, and the company is now pushing out OxygenOS to fix errors that OnePlus users in the 8 Series face.

There are many solutions to review, including those that made the extended screen stop working and cause the alarm clock not to ring as planned on business days ̵

1; a bummer if you ask me. Apart from introducing a truck with repairs, OnePlus has also optimized the position of the emergency icon on the lock screen and improved the sensitivity to navigational movements during charging.

The new build packages in the March security update, which OnePlus came up with in its Android 11 update for the OnePlus 7 series.

This is a step-by-step rollout, so it may take a while before it reaches your device. If you do not like to wait, we recommend checking out the Oxygen Updater tool to help you download the latest OTA. Alternatively, you can check for the update by going to Settings> System Update.