OnePlus 9 owners do not have to rush to update their devices.
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus recently released a stable version of OxygenOS 2, which is based on the Google Android 12 operating system. The new version of the system is currently being released for OnePlus 9 smartphones. Adjustable dark mode, more advanced system icons and many other changes. But many smartphone owners, after the update, ask if it is really a stable version of the system.
OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro users are complaining about an autocomplete bug, slow Wi-Fi data transfers, and trouble making calls. At the same time, some features that were part of OxygenOS are missing, such as: the inability to modify the status bar, or the inability to change icons. Also, users cannot turn off Google Feed and turn off the battery icon. Owners have also lost the call recording feature and the advanced smartphone restart feature.
Users agree that the update is a huge disappointment and one of the worst. So if you own a OnePlus 9 or OnePlus 9 Pro smartphone, you should have some time to stay on the current version of the system until the company fixes the current issues.
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