A handful of gadgets all over the world have already welcomed fresh firmware as we enter the final week of September. Which devices are those? How did the update go? Exist any brand-new features? Along with a few others, I will respond to each of those questions. All you have to do is see it through.

Devices Lined Up for Today


Galaxy S6

Galaxy A12 Nacho


OnePlus 10T

OnePlus 9RT

OnePlus Nord & Nord CE


Huawei Nova 9


Xiaomi Pad 5


Galaxy S6 Gets Firmware Update

We often expect software support for Android devices to last for three to five years, but it appears that Samsung has gone beyond that. According to a report from GalaxyClub.nl, Samsung has published a firmware upgrade for the Galaxy S6, a phone that was first introduced in 2015.

Obviously, this update won't bring the phone up to Android 13, but it may be necessary for Samsung to fix a GPS fault. For those who don't know, there is a GPS flaw that affects some of Samsung's older phones. Over the months, we've seen Samsung patch phones like the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S7, so it's kind of expected that it hit the Galaxy S6.

However, despite the fact that a GPS fix is not mentioned in the changelog, there is a significant likelihood it is connected. If Samsung is genuinely releasing an update for a phone they released seven years ago—a phone we highly doubt is in regular use these days—we have to question how serious this bug must have been.

However, we presume that for legal reasons, Samsung is making sure to cover all of their bases. If any of you still own or use a Galaxy S6 on a regular basis, you might want to keep an eye out for this update.

Galaxy A12 Nacho Gets Security update

Security patches for the Galaxy A12 Nacho have been released every three months. Samsung has made the September 2022 security patch available for the smartphone four months after receiving the June 2022 security patch. Russia is currently receiving the latest version, and we anticipate that other nations will follow suit soon.

The Galaxy 12 Nacho (SM-A127Fmost )'s recent software update is firmware version A127FXXU7BVI4. The upgrade enhances the smartphone's privacy and security, according to Samsung's documentation. Over 24 privacy and security issues are fixed in the September 2022 security patch. It might help increase the phone's general stability.

You can download and install the new software on your smartphone if you own a Galaxy A12 Nacho by going to Settings » Software update and selecting Download and install. You can also manually flash the new firmware by downloading the file from our database. Before beginning the manual flashing process, remember to backup your data.

Last year, Samsung introduced the Galaxy A12 in Mexico and India. It is a slightly modified Galaxy A12 that makes use of a new processor. One UI 3.1, which is based on Android 11, was preinstalled on the device. The smartphone's One UI Core 4.1 update, which is based on Android 12, was applied 4 months ago.


OnePlus 10T recieves OxygenOS A.08 update

The OxygenOS A.08 update for the OnePlus 10T has been made available by OnePlus. Although it continues to be based on Android 12, it fixes certain problems and offers system, network, and camera enhancements. For further information, see the changelog for the update down below.


  • Optimizes the display effect of Dark mode in low brightness scenarios.
  • Optimizes the touch experience.


  • Optimizes Wi-Fi stability and improves network experience.
  • Optimizes communication stability.


  • Optimizes the exposure effect of the front camera in a backlight environment.


  • Fixes the occasional issue of notification delay.
  • Fixes the occasional issue of dark stripes when taking photos.
  • Fixes the occasional issue of a ghost effect in group photo scenarios with the front camera.

A wider deployment of the OxygenOS A.08 update, which has the firmware version CPH2413 11.A.08, is anticipated to start in a few days if no bugs are discovered. It is presently only rolling out to a small number of users in India.

OnePlus 9RT Recieves Oxygen OS 12 C.07

Since OnePlus started testing the OxygenOS 13 package for the OnePlus 9RT. The smartphone is receiving a fresh software upgrade based on the stable OxygenOS 12 before the build reaches its stable phase. The newest package, designated C.07, aims to improve and enhance the user experience.

The OnePlus community forum was used to make the announcement. The most recent software update for the OnePlus 9RT comes packaged with version number C.07, according to the post. The build is currently being released in India, and in the coming weeks, a comparable version will be available in additional markets. The update is specifically identifiable by the firmware version MT2111 11.C.07.

The package aims to improve and streamline the user experience, as was already noted. By incorporating the September 2022 Security patch, it specifically increases system security. The update safeguards your smartphone from external threats compromising the Android security system and closes twenty vulnerabilities. Additionally, the build fixes a problem where Amazon Alexa would occasionally not be enabled.

Nord & Nord CE Gets Security Update

The September 2022 Android security patches have begun to be applied to the OnePlus Nord and OnePlus Nord CE in India. The OxygenOS F.15 patch for the OnePlus Nord and the OxygenOS 12 C.07 version for the Nord CE fix a few issues like camera crash and system update failure, among others, in addition to raising the Android security patch level.

The update is being released gradually and will only affect a select group of customers today. If no serious flaws are discovered, a wider deployment will occur soon. By going to Settings > System > Software updates on your phone, you may manually check for the update.

Changelog for the latest OxygenOS F.15 for OnePlus Nord


  • Updates Android security patch to 2022.09.


  • Fixes the occasional issue of system update failure.
  • Fixes the issue of the crash in some scenarios.
  • Fixes the issue that application icons are lost after upgrading the system.
  • Fixes the issue that the camera takes photos abnormally.

Changelog for OxygenOS 12 C.07 update for OnePlus Nord CE


  • Updates Android security patch to 2022.09.


  • Fixes the occasional issue of system update failure.
  • Fixes the issue that application icons are lost after upgrading the system.
  • Fixes the issue of camera crash.
  • Fixes the issue that the camera function does not take effect in specific scenarios.


Huawei Nova 9 Gets September Security Patch

At the end of the month, Huawei releases the EMUI September 2022 security update for Nova 9 users. Sending monthly security updates to a model that is one generation old seems a little unfair.

The postponed deployment is actually an extension of earlier updates. Users of the Huawei Nova 9 always receive the monthly update by the end of the month. And in this way, the cycle is developing. This also demonstrates a set time slot for each device to receive the latest update.

This update for the Huawei Nova 9 series primarily installs the corrections for the September 2022 security patch and strives to increase system safety to let your device operate without interruption.

Users of the Huawei Nova 9 can learn about this update using EMUI (C185E3RP2). All you need to download and then install it is about 352 MB.

Notably, Huawei delivers updates in batches. At the moment, the Huawei Nova 9 is receiving the most recent update in Arabia, and it will soon be available in further regions.

Simply open the Settings menu on your smartphone, select System Update, then Software Update, and then hit the Download and then the Install button to install the most recent update.


Xiaomi Pad 5 Recieves Android 12

With MIUI 13.1, Android 12 has finally begun to arrive on the Xiaomi Pad 5. For some purpose, Xiaomi runs at least 7 MIUI channels for the Pad 5, with China, Europe, and India joining specific channels for Russia, Taiwan, and Turkey as well as China, Taiwan, and Turkey.

Therefore, the business still needs to update the Pad 5's in Russian, Taiwanese, and Turkish to Android 12. Surprisingly, considering their download sizes, the three upgrades have quite brief changelogs. All builds are above 3 GB in size for reference, although Xiaomi only lists the following changes:

  • Stable MIUI based on Android 12.
  • Updated Android Security Patch to September 2022.
  • Increased system security.

All updates ought to be gradually making their way to eligible tablets right now. Instead, Xiaomi has offered download links for each build, which are highlighted in the paragraph above. Please be aware that you must store these zip files on the internal storage of your tablet before instructing System Update to manually apply an update. Alternatively, you might wait until Xiaomi notifies you of the necessary over-the-air (OTA) download, which we anticipate will happen at the latest within the next week.

Wrapping Up

And that is all there is to know about the firmware updates this week. This week, a sizable number of devices were upgraded to the new software, and we anticipate that figure to remain stable the following week as well.

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