Latest OnePlus OxygenOS update broke Cloud Storage access on Nord (and possibly other OnePlus devices)
It is not uncommon for an update to bring with it one too many unforeseen negative consequences. In the Android community, this is pretty common and no OEM is immune to this.
The same is happening to users of the OnePlus Nord, the company’s latest smartphone. The device packs 6-12GB RAM and is powered by the Snapdragon 765G, a 4115mAh battery cell among other impressive specs for its price.
OnePlus maintains a pretty slim portfolio of devices compared to companies like Xiaomi or Samsung. This means that the company is able to quickly roll out updates to its devices and so far, OnePlus is doing really well in terms of keeping its devices well-updated.
However, trouble seems to have brewed with the latest update to the OnePlus Nord. This could also be affecting other OnePlus devices if reports in the community forums are anything to go by.
Some users have their devices indicating a Network Error while trying to access the Cloud Storage options on their OnePlus units. This, despite having a working internet connection.
OnePlus has since, through a Staff Member on the community forum, acknowledged the issue and confirmed that it is being worked on by the developers. The Staff Member continues to ask affected users to stay tuned for an upcoming communication on the same.
We’ve made a note of it and our developer team is currently working on this. We’ll keep you posted regarding any further updates.
Meanwhile, we appreciate your patience and efforts so far.
We can only hope that this issue gets addressed as soon as possible. Knowing OnePlus, this issue should be fixed pretty soon, much to the relief of the countless affected users. We shall continue to keep an eye on this story and update as and when we get more details.
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