OnePlus 10T gets June 2024 update with several bug fixes

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OnePlus 10T is starting to get the June 2024 update with some improvements and fixes. The device received its last update in April with multiple new features. The new OxygenOS firmware focuses on optimizing performance and fixing several bugs. It also includes the June Android security patch.

All fixes and improvements included in the OnePlus 10T June 2024 update

The update brings a new privacy feature that allows you to hide your lockscreen pattern track. This makes it difficult for third parties to access your device. There is also a fix to a storage-related bug. The bug caused the files to take up much more space than normal. So, now users should even have more storage available, which is always good.

Another issue that OnePlus 10T users were facing affected NFC payments. The update also brings a fix for those cases where contactless payments did not work. Likewise, the occasional UI glitch where two volume sliders appeared was resolved.

Device users also reported problems related to calls. Sometimes, the OnePlus 10T would not vibrate when receiving calls, even though vibration was enabled. Also, phone numbers may not be displayed correctly during call forwarding. The OnePlus 10T June 2024 update has a fix for both problems. Lastly, mobile gamers will be happy to know that the bug where a black screen appeared while playing was addressed.

Update rolling out gradually

Currently, the update is available in India and Europe. As usual, the OTA rollout will be carried out gradually or in phases. This means you may have to wait a few days before receiving it. Anyway, you can manually check the availability of the update by going to Settings > About Device > OxygenOS > Check for Update. People who receive the update can report potential bugs by typing *#800# in the dialer app.

Lastly, the previous update, OxygenOS, brought improvements such as partial screenshots, creation of collages without frames, volume adjustment for individual apps, and a flashlight shortcut.