The Android 12-based OxygenOS 12 upgrade for the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro is rife with bugs, and consumers have taken to social media to express their dissatisfaction. While some early adopters claim that the update does not include all of the advertised features, others claim that several are missing.
There have been reports of various bugs causing issues for users. OnePlus users have been advised not to install the update, and those who have already done so have been given instructions by a community expert on how to revert to Android 11.
Users of the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro who have installed the update and are experiencing issues have flocked to Reddit, Twitter, and the OnePlus forums to query the upgrade’s stability. According to them, the update is exceedingly problematic, lacks promised additions, and certain features have been eliminated. Early users claim they can’t change the icons, status bar, or battery icons, and they can’t turn off the Google Feed.
The OxygenOS 12 upgrade for the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro has been purportedly halted until OnePlus fixes the faults that have been reported by customers. The Chinese tech behemoth has also reportedly made a statement addressing the delay of the Android 12-based update’s rollout. Many customers said that the update did not include all of the promised features, while others claimed that many of them were removed. The OxygenOS 12 upgrade for the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro was released as an over-the-air (OTA) update.
According to Android Police, OnePlus has announced that the OxygenOS 12 upgrade for the OnePlus 9 (review) and OnePlus 9 Pro has been halted (review). OnePlus said in a statement to the publication: “We are aware of the issues caused by the OxygenOS 12 update and our software team is fixing them. We will suspend this software update and roll out a new iteration as soon as possible.” According to the report, OnePlus may re-release the update soon after correcting all of the faults that users have mentioned.
Following Google and Samsung, the Chinese tech giant has become the third manufacturer to release an Android 12-based update. The latter has also declared that the One UI 4.0 update for its devices will be halted. The OnePlus update delivered a few UI modifications as well as system-level upgrades and functionality. App hibernation, microphone, and camera indicators, as well as a new “approximate” location permission, were all added to users who received the update.
There were allegations that the freshly released OxygenOS 12 upgrade for the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro was bug-ridden. Users that were dissatisfied with the update said it was incredibly buggy, that they didn’t get all of the promised enhancements, and that some of the functions were even eliminated. Early Android 12-based update users reported that they couldn’t customize their icons, status bar, battery icons, or turn off the Google Feed.