OnePlus users reporting random wireless connectivity (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, mobile data) issues after recent OxygenOS update
OnePlus is known for its smooth software experience and flagship devices. However, OnePlus users have been facing issues with wireless connectivity.
Most reports outline that the connectivity issues started after the OxygenOS update version 10.3.6 whereas some reports indicate that problems are persistent even after subsequent updates.
The OEM has not yet addressed these issues but considering the large number of reports, OnePlus needs to address it on a wider scale.
Users have already taken to various online platforms like the OnePlus Community, Reddit, and Twitter to report the aforementioned issues.
As per the reports, users are facing random disconnection of all network services like mobile data, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi.
It is unclear what is causing these issues but OnePlus Nord users reported similar Bluetooth issues way back in August for which the OEM also released an update with version 10.5.6.AC01DA.
However, users are still facing the said issues and OnePlus has not been able to provide any updates on what is causing these problems.
It seems that users will have to wait patiently as the OEM might be working on a fix to address the issues on a wider scale.
While this is still based on our speculation, we hope OnePlus provides a solution for wireless connectivity problems soon.
That said, we will keep tracking this for further development and will provide more details once new information becomes available.
In the meantime, you can check out our OnePlus OxygenOS 11 (Android 11) update tracker as the OEM has been working on the latest OS update for quite some time.
NOTE: There are more such stories in our dedicated OnePlus section so be sure to go through it as well.
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