Only a couple of weeks after Google rolled out the latest Android 10 to its Pixel lineup, OnePlus released the update for the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro users in the form of OxygenOS 10. Combining Android 10‘s goodness with OnePlus’ subtle creativity, OxygenOS 10 was meant to be an instant success. Sadly, the reality has been far from it.
As soon as the update hit the shelves, users started reporting a plethora of bugs, claiming most of them were brought into OnePlus’ notice during the initial rounds of beta testing. Many infuriated users also called OnePlus out for shipping off an open beta build in the name of a stable release.
The company took its time to assess the complaints and decide how to take care of the matter at hand. After days of consideration, the Chinese OEM has decided to halt the Android 10 (OxygenOS 10) rollout for the time being and prepare a hotfix version to take care of the reported bugs.
OnePlus is working tirelessly on the hotfix, we’re sure, and has promised to roll out the hotfix before the end of this month.
Source: OnePlus | XDA Developers