Nothing OS 2.5.6 Update Rolled Out For Phone (1) Users

Nothing has released the latest Nothing OS 2.5.6 update for Nothing Phone (1), which brings new features and improvements for a better user experience with the latest security patch.

This update can be identified by its build number Spacewar-U2.5-240612-2149 and its update size of 118 MB. The proper installation, will take 10 minutes so leave your device for a while.

Nothing OS 2.5.6 Changelog for Nothing Phone 1

Nothing OS 2.5.6 Update for Nothing Phone (1)

In this update, users will find several new features. There’s a new “Hide navigation bar” option that allows for a more immersive full-screen experience. This feature can be enabled via Settings by navigating through System > Gestures > Navigation mode > Gesture navigation settings > Tap on Hide navigation bar toggle.

The home screen widget interaction has been enhanced as well; users can now long-press widgets to quickly access that widget’s shortcuts menu. Additionally, the Glyph interface now includes a swipe function to adjust brightness more conveniently. For photography enthusiasts, there’s also an introduction of Ultra HDR feature in the camera settings, supporting XDR display effect for photos.

This update also brings June 2024 Android security patch to the Nothing Phone (1) to protect against threats and vulnerabilities.

The improvements include a new recovery mechanism for abnormal call states to better call stability. Privacy has been improved by ensuring the screen stays off when the power key is pressed during an incoming call, preventing accidental touches. The update also brings support for SMS over 5G and VoWiFi for selected carriers, enhancing communication capabilities.

Several bugs have been addressed in this update. These include a fix for an issue that caused recording problems in WhatsApp under specific conditions, a resolution for the problem where dialing 111 in the UK redirected calls to the 999 emergency number unexpectedly, and a fix for the recurring issue of the volume bar popping up when connected to car Bluetooth.

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