OnePlus 11 '5G network & Android Auto connectivity issues' still present after latest June 2023 (OxygenOS 13.1) update
The OnePlus 11 has made a name for itself as a well-liked option among smartphone users, thanks to its potent performance and cutting-edge features.
Additionally, the June 2023 (OxygenOS 13.1) update introduced a number of upgrades and updates to further improve the user experience.
OnePlus 11 5G network & Android Auto connectivity issues
Oxygen OS 13.1 update 5g network not work battery backup very bad charging performance very bad 😔 OnePlus 11R plz any body help i want Oxygen 13
Network connectivity issue
After the recent update my OnePlus 11 5G has no network signal. Anyone else face the same issue??
It seems that the network issue has been troubling users for quite some time and it continues to do so even after the recent update. Apart from it, several users also continue to suffer from Android Auto connectivity related issues.
Reports indicate that OnePlus users are facing problems with establishing a stable connection where the smartphone fails to recognize the vehicle’s interface.
I own a Skoda scala and I have try everything I cannot connect to android auto I try developer options and USB debugging..nothing it gets recognized by car but when I try to pair the phone ask me what to do to change ? To connect to android auto etc and the connection gets terminated
These issues are undoubtedly causing frustration and inconvenience, hindering the overall Android Auto experience for users.
No official word in sight
Unfortunately, the team has not commented on the issue where OnePlus 11 users are facing 5G network and Android Auto connectivity bugs.
Users can surely experience better calls and internet services as well as stable Android Auto in a seamless manner if OnePlus developers resolve these issues as soon as possible.
That said, we’ll keep an eye out for more information related to this issue and update this article accordingly.
Note: You can check out our dedicated OnePlus 11 bugs, issues and new features tracker for more information.
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