OnePlus has released its monthly OTA update for the OnePlus 10 Pro, OnePlus 10T, and OnePlus 10R. However, the company still needs to remove the OnePlus 11 Series update. The update does not bring any significant improvements, but there are several things you might wonder about.

OxygenOS 13.1: June 2023 Update

This update has been updated to build with the latest security update for Android as of June 5, 2023. The build number is NE2211_13 0 580 (EX01), and the update size is about 1.07GB. OnePlus is releasing this update gradually, so you might get it later. If you want to install it manually, we have the package for your device below.

OnePlus released a June 2023 update with many bugs in OxygenOS 13.1.
  • Download the package to your device’s internal storage.
  • Then, go to your device’s Settings, tap on Software Update, and select the triple-vertical dot menu.
  • Choose Local Install and select the package from there.
  • Finally, verify and follow the on-screen instructions to finish the upgrade.

What’s new?

  • Camera App: With this update, you can add a Hasselblad watermark to your photos. Go to Camera Settings to enable it. The watermark will appear in Photos, Portrait, Night, Pro, and XPAN modes. It will include the device name and the Hasselblad watermark. Everything else remains the same.
  • Communication Sharing: OnePlus announced this feature but it is not included in this update. On the OnePlus 10 Pro, it is still Multi-Screen Connect.
  • Security and Privacy Tab: The Security and Privacy tabs have been merged on the Security page. OnePlus announced this, but it is not included in this update. Currently, the privacy tab is separate.


  • Some users have reported issues with their build, including heating problems and CPU throttling. The maximum CPU throttling has been reduced to 68%, compared to 81% in the last build. If you play many games, updating your device to the latest version is recommended to avoid frame drops.