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  1. jactommac
    Gingerbread Oct 24, 2021


  2. X1631465620257
    Cupcake Oct 25, 2021

    X1631465620257 , via OnePlus 9 Pro , Oct 25, 2021 :
    Two bugs I believe:

    1. Apps randomly assigned to hidden apps section.
    1a. Cannot unhide hidden apps.

    2. Alarm clock - no notification or pop up.
    2a. Need to go into the alarm clock manually and toggle off then on the alarm .

    Anyone seeing this and know of a work around please let me know :)

    ~John
     


  3. cpt.che
    Cupcake Oct 25, 2021


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  4. SaveOPfromOppo
    Cupcake Oct 25, 2021


  5. govindjraghav
    Donut Oct 25, 2021

    govindjraghav , via OnePlus 8 , Oct 25, 2021 :
    A very bad move from OnePlus to take ColorOS from OPPO as Oxygen OS was the primary reason for people to buy OnePlus devices. If we wanted ColorOS we would have bought an Oppo or Realme phone this is terrible from the companies part and people who bought OnePlus devices feels like being cheated by the OnePlus. Very unsatisfied with the new approach.
     

  6. nimeshsolanki
    Eclair Oct 25, 2021


  7. Aryan003
    Cupcake Oct 25, 2021


  8. S1599112582517
    Honeycomb Oct 25, 2021

    S1599112582517 , via OnePlus Nord , Oct 25, 2021 :
    Maybe Oppo and Realme should have used OxygenOS in there phones too.
     

  9. govindjraghav
    Donut Oct 25, 2021

    govindjraghav , via OnePlus 8 , Oct 25, 2021 :
    That's not the solution, every OS has its own merits and demerits and a customer buys a phone depending on their needs, so OnePlus users want Oxygen OS and Oppo and Realme users need ColorOS.
     

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  10. S1599112582517
    Honeycomb Oct 25, 2021

    S1599112582517 , via OnePlus Nord , Oct 25, 2021 :
    Yeah and OnePlus users doesn't want ColorOS.
     

  11. govindjraghav
    Donut Oct 25, 2021


  12. kãräñ_90564
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 25, 2021

    kãräñ_90564 , Oct 25, 2021 :
    Hey dude, Its general request, do also submit what you want and expect from OnePlus via feedback. So they could get it what exactly majority of users want.
     

  13. govindjraghav
    Donut Oct 25, 2021

    govindjraghav , via OnePlus 8 , Oct 25, 2021 :
    Where do we give this feedback?
     

  14. kãräñ_90564
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 25, 2021

    kãräñ_90564 , Oct 25, 2021 :
    Steps to submit feedback:

    1. Log into the Community app
    2. Sign up with your OnePlus account
    3. Look out for the "+" symbol and tap on it
    4. Click on the Feedback option
    5. Select the issue category and answer the related questions
     

  15. govindjraghav
    Donut Oct 25, 2021

    govindjraghav , via OnePlus 8 , Oct 25, 2021 :
    Thanks dude
     

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  16. [email protected]
    Cupcake Oct 25, 2021


  17. kãräñ_90564
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 25, 2021

    kãräñ_90564 , Oct 25, 2021 :
    OxygenOS 12 is ColorOS, no matter how OnePlus tries to label it. The partly integrated version we saw on the Nord 2 was merely a glimpse of what to expect once the two operating systems were fully integrated. The settings app, app launcher, multi-tasking screen, many of the first-party apps, and the robust theming app have all been brought over from ColorOS, leaving mere traces of the old OnePlus skin. Even the major Samsung-style design overhaul introduced just last year has been abandoned because of the replacement apps that OxygenOS inherits. Thanks to these extensive underlying changes, OxygenOS has sadly lost some of its neat features, such as the swipe up to search gesture and Google’s live captions.

    "It's like when you don’t want people to know you by your embarrassing nickname."

    Read full article here:-
    https://www.androidpolice.com/oxygenos-12-beta-handson-color-os-in-all-but-name/amp/
     
    Last edited: Oct 25, 2021


  18. K1623990674121
    Cupcake Oct 25, 2021


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