Normally we don't write such articles — we silently add support for new devices/variants — but this is important. We've added support for the ROW variant of these devices (Rest of World; OnePlus calls it "GLO"):
|Device||Model||Latest version (as of writing this article)|
|OnePlus Nord 3||CPH2493||CPH2493_184.108.40.2061(EX01)|
|OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite||CPH2465||CPH2465_220.127.116.111(EX01)|
|OnePlus Nord 2T||CPH2399||CPH2399_11_C.29|
|OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite||CPH2409||CPH2409_11_C.26|
|OnePlus Nord N20 SE||CPH2469||CPH246922875_18.104.22.1680(EX01)|
|OnePlus 10 Pro||NE2213||NE2213_22.214.171.1243(EX01)|
Note that these have the same model number as EUEX builds, but they very much are a completely different build. For example, EUEX builds would include "EEA" in the build fingerprint, while GLO/ROW builds don't have any EEA qualifiers. We've also linked official OnePlus Community posts of respective versions (wherever available) for your convenience.
No app update is required, but we recommend closing the app completely, then clear its cache and open it again. If you see a "Device mismatch" warning, then you have a GLO/ROW device and you should correct the selection in the app's settings screen (the app would've auto-selected the "EU" variant earlier). Also, if you enabled advanced mode at some point, please disable it now.
If you see no warning, not even in the "Device" screen in the app (middle icon in the bottom bar), you don't need to change anything. Simply close the app; everything is already correct.
For the sake of completeness, if you have a device with the exact model number listed in the table above and you're not sure which build you're on (EU vs ROW), you can check it yourself:
- Download any terminal emulator from the Play Store (e.g. Termux)
getprop ro.build.fingerprintin it
- If the output has
EEAin it after
OnePlus/<model>, then you have what OnePlus and we define as an "EU" device. Otherwise it's GLO/ROW.
- Reminder: this is only relevant only if your model matches the table above. It can be seen in the app's "Device" screen just under the name.
Email us at [email protected] if you're confused or if you want us to rectify any variant detection issues. Report anything OS-related to OnePlus directly, as they make the updates of course.