Nothing Phone (2) grabs Nothing OS 2.5.3 Update with April 2024 Security Patch

Nothing company finally releases Nothing OS 2.5.3 update for its flagship smartphone Nothing Phone (2). The update brings improved features and latest security patch. There are no extra changes in this update.

The Phone (2) users can identify this update by its software version Nothing OS 2.5.3 and its update size is 64.58 MB. It will take around 10 minutes for the installation.

Nothing OS 2.5.3 Update for Phone (2)

This new update for Nothing Phone (2) adds an option to apply the Nothing Icon Pack exclusively to the Home Screen. This change will improve accessibility within the App Drawer, allowing users to maintain a consistent look on the Home Screen while keeping the App Drawer straightforward and easy to navigate.

Another change is related to Home screen navigation where users can now scroll through Home Screen pages while holding app icons. This update makes reorganizing apps more intuitive and efficient, streamlining the customization process.

The Nothing OS 2.5.3 update also makes some improvements and fixes for Bluetooth connectivity and animations. The company has fixes an issue with car Bluetooth media players, ensuring a more reliable connection and media playback experience. You will now see more smoother transitions in some scenarios for better user experience.

Lastly, it brings the April 2024 security patch to the Nothing Phone (2) which ensures its safety from the latest threats and risks on the internet.

Nothing OS 2.5.3 update for Phone (2)


What’s new

  • Added an option for the Nothing Icon Pack to be applied only to the Home Screen to improve accessibility in the App Drawer.
  • You can now scroll through pages on the Home Screen while holding app icons for a more intuitive experience while organising icons.


  • Fixed an issue with car Bluetooth media players.
  • Optimised animations in certain scenarios for smoother transitions.
  • Updated Android Security patch version to April 2024.
  • Resolved system stability issues to enhance overall performance.

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