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Oneplus pulls buggy OxygenOS 12 update

Oneplus pulls buggy OxygenOS 12 update

OnePlus this week released Android 12-based OxygenOS 12 for the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, but the company has already pulled it after reports of bugs and issues from users.

"We are aware of the problems caused by the OxygenOS 12 update and our software team is working on fixing them," OnePlus said in a statement to Android Police. "We will suspend this software update and start a new iteration as soon as possible."

The release is getting a lot of criticism. Android Police called it "simply terrible", highlighting the need to toggle settings to get the 120Hz display working again and some menus as examples of "straight-up crash" issues. 9to5Google agreed: "For the so-called 'stable' release, OxygenOS 12 is full of bugs and issues that make it very hard to honestly suggest that you update and install your eligible OnePlus phone," the publication said. said. XDA Developers even put out a PSA recommending that you factory reset your OnePlus 9 or 9 Pro to try to make things better – as noted by XDA Developers, this is nothing like What you need to know. Must be done after software update.

Apparently it's not just OnePlus that has done the rough rollout of the Android 12-based OS. Samsung's Android 12-based One UI 4 started rolling out to the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3 this week, but it's reportedly quite buggy. Google's own Pixel phones aren't quite as clean either, as users have reported connectivity issues due to a bug in Android 12.

It is unclear when the revised OxygenOS 12 update from OnePlus will arrive.

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