OnePlus Nord 2 gets a fix for the call recording bug with the latest OxygenOS update

by Rahul
January 6, 2022
OnePlus Nord 2 official render

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OnePlus Nord 2 is now getting a fix for the notorious call recording bug with the latest OxygenOS update. The update also includes improved video stability, system stability improvements, and general bug fixes. The update carries a firmware version number DN2101_11_A.16.

The update changelog mentions December 2021 security patch, but it’s debuted in the previous OxygenOS update. You can read the full official changelog below.


  • System
    • Updated Android security patch to 2021.12
    • Fixed the loss of Google call recording
    • Fixed known issues and improved the stability
  • Camera
    • Improved video stability when AI Video Enhancement is on
  • Bluetooth
    • Fixed the issue of unclear calls on connected Bluetooth devices

However, it’s worth noting that the update may not be available for every Nord 2 user from today, so you should wait for a few more days to get it on your smartphone. Also, you can manually check for an update on any OnePlus smartphone just by navigating to Settings > System > System updates.

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