The Nothing Phone (1), one of the popular phones launched last year, is now getting a new software update that brings the latest Android 13 version and a host of new features. Called Nothing OS 1.5 Update, the new software version is available to all Nothing Phone(1) users around the world after a few days of beta testing.
Since Nothing OS 1.5 brings Android 13 software, you’ll get features like Material U custom themes, improved notifications, a new media control interface, new volume controls, and the ability to turn on Live Caption on the Nothing phone (1) after the update. ,
Some custom changes haven’t even been added to the software update. There are new glyph packs, essentially a combination of lighting effects and sounds for the transparent back of the phone that lights up. There’s a new Weather app in the Quick Settings menu, an improved camera app interface, new lock screen shortcuts, an improved SIM selector, and a new QR code scanner shortcut.
As Android 13 delivers tighter security and better privacy, users of the Nothing Phone (1) will be able to choose which images they want to share with each app, the type of media they want to share, and more after the update. receive alerts when an app accesses the clipboard, clears the clipboard after a period of time, and access to a new personal security app. System performance has also been enhanced by increasing background memory, fixing common bugs, and introducing a new self-repair feature that keeps the phone running like “it’s new”.
how to update nothing phone (1)
On your phone (1), go to Settings and navigate to the part that says Software Update inside the General section. The Nothing OS 1.5 update should automatically appear on the screen with an option to “Download and Install”. Tap on the button to start the download process, but make sure you have enough battery and your data is securely backed up. You can either use mobile data or Wi-Fi to download the update.
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