OnePlus is now pushing a much-needed system update for its current flagship, OnePlus 5. The latest OxygenOS 4.5.14 update brings a vital fix for the well-known WiFi WPA2 KRACK vulnerability, that has affected enormous devices all around the globe.
Most notably, along with the WiFi vulnerability fix, the package contains support for AirTel VoLTE and Band 66 of Freedom. Implies, Indian and Canadian users can access AirTel VoLTE and Band 66 of Freedom respectively on their devices after the update.
In addition, the OTA promises optimized battery usage, GPS accuracy, minor improvements and some general bug fixes. The Changelog for the update is given below.
- Supported Airtel VoLTE in India.
- Supported Band 66 of Freedom in Canada.
- Fixed Wi-Fi WPA2 security issue.
- Optimized battery usage in some cases.
- Optimized GPS accuracy.
- General bug fixes.
Unfortunately, the update lacks the latest November Security patches and retains the device security level dated September1. Nevertheless, it’s way better that all vital security flaws are fixed. Though there’s no bump in patch level.
The OxygenOS 4.5.14 is taking a round gradually. Hence, it’d be a while to hit your device. However, you may manually check for the update. For that, head over to Settings>About Phone>System Updates.