The OxygenOS A.06 update for the OnePlus 10T resolves certain problems and enhances the camera

A week after receiving its initial software update, the OnePlus 10T is now receiving its second, which attempts to optimise certain things beneath the hood as well as improve the photography experience.

Remember that this is a phased release, so some users may have to wait a few days for their OTA update.

The upgrade, which is being released to worldwide and Indian units, enhances overall system stability and optimises a variety of things, including background applications, the display, and the fingerprint reader.

The camera is being upgraded as well, particularly in portrait mode and with the ultra wide camera.

According to OnePlus Community, the OnePlus will start to pushing the OxygenOS A.06 for the OnePlus 10T in stages.

IN: CPH2413_11.A.06

EU/GLO: CPH2415_11.A.06



Enhances the system’s stability and smoothness.
Improves the stability of background programmes.
Improves the appearance of the screen.
Improves OTG compatibility
Improves the fingerprint unlocking experience by optimising the fingerprint recognition algorithm.


Optimizes the portrait mode shooting effect.
Optimizes the ultra-wide lens’s shooting impact.
Optimizes the AI Retouch effect when utilising the front camera.


Fixes the odd problem when Supervooc charging is not recognised correctly.

This OTA will, as usual, be gradual. The OTA will reach a limited number of customers today, and a larger deployment will follow in a few days.

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