OnePlus Pad Getting January 2024 Security Update

Another OnePlus device gets the January 2024 security update. This time, it’s none other than the company’s first tablet – OnePlus Pad. The OxygenOS update for the device brings a new security patch, a couple of improvements, and bug fixes.

The OxygenOS update for the OnePlus Pad is currently rolling out in India. However, once the ball’s rolling, it should not take more than a few days before the update spreads to more and more parts of the world.

According to the changelog shared by OnePlus, the device is getting the January 2024 security patch to fix various vulnerabilities found in the previous software version. It resolves multiple issues, such as app crashing, the screen turning white when “Theme Store” was opened, and the eraser tool not working properly.

The OxygenOS update for the OnePlus Pad improves the system stability and performance, and extends the battery life in some scenarios. Sadly, the Background stream feature is removed.

OnePlus Pad OxygenOS Update Changelog:


Integrates the January 2024 Android security patch to enhance system security.
Improves system stability and performance.
Extends the battery life in some scenarios.
Fixes an issue that might cause some apps to crash.
The Background stream feature in Smart Sidebar has been removed.


Fixes an issue where the screen might turn white when "Theme Store" is opened.
Fixes an issue where the Eraser tool for editing your photos might not work properly.

OnePlus is rolling out the update to the OnePlus Pad in an incremental fashion. So, it may take a couple of days to reach all the units. If you carry a OnePlus Pad, go to Settings > About > Software Update > Check for Update to manually check for available updates.

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