Moreover, you can probably hold OnePlus responsible for igniting the 90Hz refresh rate as an important flagship feature on a smartphone. Though the 90Hz refresh rate was not a new thing, OnePlus made it a big.
Besides, the company is among the few OEMs that pushed the latest Android 10 update along with Google and Essential. Delivering timely updates is arguably one of the most important after-sales services that have hooked the users to OnePlus.
And talking about reflecting its performance in numbers, according to a report by Counterpoint Research, OnePlus leads the premium smartphone segment in India with a 35% market share and remained the fastest growing brand in Q3 2019.
However, according to the users of OnePlus 6/6T, both phone have developed a bug after updating to Android 10. Reportedly, Digital Wellbeingalong with Google settings are vanishing from the Settings menu.
This problem has surfaced not only for a single user but, there are several OnePlus 6/6T users that are affected by this issue. Check out the screenshot of the discussion, where users have reported this issue on Reddit:
Matter of fact, one of the users shared the screenshots of this issue which you can see below:
Though a probable workaround that has worked for some of the users is that you need to add Digital Wellbeing to your app list. While one of the users have shared on OnePlus community forum that you need to close and reopen the Settings menu to get the Digital Wellbeing on the Settings menu.
It’s stable. although digital wellbeing option is not seen on the settings sometimes when you open the settings app, it comes up when you close it and reopen settings.
Moreover, in the same discussion, one user pointed out that after updating the OnePlus 6/6T to OxygenOS 10 based on Android 10, the display is having an issue with color reproduction and there is a yellow tone in it.
PiunikaWeb readers should remember about the fingerprint glitch on OnePlus 6T we reported a few days ago. Once again, OxygenOS 10 seemed to be the culprit.
However, there is no official response from OnePlus at this moment and users have also found a temporary fix for these cases. But, the permanent fix for this issue should arrive via an OTA update.
We will keep you in the loop once we have more information in this regard. Let us know in the comments below if you are also facing the same issues or came across a new one on your OnePlus 6/6T running OxygenOS 10 on Android 10.
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