After months of confusion surrounding the Android operating system updates for the OnePlus 10 Pro, the rollout is now in its sixth month. OnePlus had initially promised an “incremental” update for the OnePlus 10 Pro’s OxygenOS 12 and 13, but the company has since delayed the software updates. In this blog post, we will explore the reasons behind OnePlus’s decision to delay the Android 13 update for the OnePlus 10 Pro, as well as the confusion surrounding the software updates.
OxygenOS 12 And 13 Updates Cause Confusion For OnePlus 10 Pro Customers
OnePlus has been in the news recently for a number of reasons, but one of the main issues that they’ve been dealing with is the OxygenOS 12 and 13 updates. This update was released in September 2022, however the rollout is still yet to reach a good portion of owners nearly six months later. In response to this issue OnePlus acknowledged that their ‘incremental push’ system is normal procedure so as to ensure overall system security and user experience. Unfortunately, this process caused confusion amongst device owners who were receiving both OS 12 and OS 13 updates at close proximity.
As you can imagine, this created a lot of issues for users who were struggling to keep up with all of the changes. In particular, it caused problems with device security as well as with data storage space. To make matters worse, OnePlus released an OxygenOS 13 update on September 26th for users in North America, Europe, India and elsewhere but excluding customers who had already received the OS 12 update. This led to a situation where customers were receiving both OS 12 and OS 13 updates at close proximity which created even more confusion amongst device owners.
In response to these issues OnePlus has announced that their ‘incremental push’ system is normal procedure so as to ensure overall system security and user experience. However, they have also promised that they will be working hard to fix all of the existing problems with OxygenOS 12 and 13 updates over the next few weeks. We hope that this issue can be resolved quickly so that OnePlus’ customers can finally enjoy a stable platform on which to operate their devices.
OnePlus Delays Software Updates On OnePlus 10 Pro
OnePlus has been known for their fast updates, but lately they’ve been struggling to keep up with their promises. Recently, OnePlus pushed out four updates meant for Android 13 on the OnePlus 10 Pro – but is yet to complete the rollout process of OxygenOS 1. This delay leaves users vulnerable to security threats without having new patches, and it calls into question their recent guarantee that post 2022 flagships will receive guaranteed support.
The issue with software updates also calls into question OnePlus’ recent business model changes where they no longer offer free updates for older devices like the OnePlus 6 or 6T. It is hoped that OnePlus can develop a viable solution going forward with their newer devices like the 11R and beyond. In the meantime, it would be prudent for users to take steps such as installing anti-virus software and keeping up to date on patch releases.
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The rollout of Android 13 on the OnePlus 10 Pro has been a source of confusion and frustration for customers over the past six months. Despite OnePlus’ promises of an ‘incremental push’, many users have yet to receive the update, and those who did received both OS 12 and OS 13 in close proximity. This situation has called into question OnePlus’ recent assurances that post-2022 flagships will receive guaranteed support, as well as their business model changes that no longer offer free updates for older devices. We hope that OnePlus can develop a viable solution going forward with their newer devices like the 11R and beyond in order to protect users from security threats. In the meantime, it is highly recommended for users to take necessary steps such as installing anti-virus software and keeping up to date on patch releases.