OnePlus OxygenOS 14 buggy

Dear OnePlus, we don’t need buggy OxygenOS 14 this year

OnePlus undoubtedly brings a variety of amazing features with its software. But alongside the interesting changes, several annoying bugs and issues also make their way to devices. We hope that this year, OnePlus will change this nasty trend with OxygenOS 14 and will provide a really stable upgrade instead of a buggy one.

Last year, the Chinese OEM unveiled Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 which shared the launch stage with the OnePlus 10T model. Notably, OnePlus was the first to begin the Android 13 upgrade plan in the smartphone market and introduced many unique tweaks and customizations for its handsets.

Many fans appreciated the OxygenOS 13 version at the beginning. However, things suddenly took a drastic change by opening up numerous irritating issues. The most common bugs that filled the space were battery draining and green/pink lines on the display.

Of course, not every model was affected by these negative changes. Yet, the majority of users were expressing disappointment regarding how carelessly, the tech giant has developed its software. Some users even compared OxygenOS 13 to the previous upgrades, saying that OnePlus has copied the ColorOS build instead of sticking to the stock Android experience.

After a year, it’s again the time to acknowledge new changes in our OnePlus handsets with the OxygenOS 14 upgrade and we anticipate that it won’t come out as a buggy version, unlike the 13th iteration. Besides, it would be better if the company returns to the stock Android capabilities rather than the ColorOS base.

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In the current scenario, the manufacturer has started showing improvements in terms of hardware products. A recent example is the Nord CE 3 Lite, which offers dynamic features being a budget-friendly model. Though it would be better if we could find the same improvements and positive changes in the OxygenOS 14 software upgrade as well.

OnePlus OxygenOS 14 buggy

Dear OnePlus, we don’t need buggy OxygenOS 14 this year

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