Nimz, 30 Dec 2022How many of you have got the Dec 2022 security update for IN2025 weighing in at 700MB? I did g... moreThis fix should help you. https://community.oneplus.com/thread/1232965770578231300 [Potential Restart Error Fix for OxygenOS 13 F.15 Update]
How many of you have got the Dec 2022 security update for IN2025 weighing in at 700MB? I did get since yesterday but unfortunately after downloading, the install doesnt work. it goes to about 35% installing and shows "There was an issue while preparing to restart. Please try again later."
Is anyone else facing a similar issue? if yes then hopefully we have to wait for the firmware to be available such that it can be downloaded then installed through recovery mode.
Anonymous, 24 Nov 2022With the latest updates. I guess it's the end of oneplus. You will simply dissolve like N... morevery true. I feel the android update 13 sucks. I dont prefer the layout and Ui right now as compared to android 10 and android 11 when it was pure Oxygen OS. currently it looks no different from an OPPO phone. I am considering changing the current OnePlus 8 Pro to a oneplus 11 probably in June or July this year but i wish to see whats good in it. Why Oxygen OS team eventually giving up on their work? seems like Oneplus heading the nokia way.. Though i pray not.
The phone was the best before i updated to Android 13 last month. After update it started a green screen problem for few minutes. Later on the problem started to appear for whole day. So i put it aside and decide to go back to pixel phone. I contacted one plus via Twitter and Instagram. Unfortunately their ways to solve the problem didn't work. Some technician advised to wait for a software update on February next year
With the latest updates. I guess it's the end of oneplus. You will simply dissolve like Nokia. Where's the snappy interface? It's like using an oppo. Might as well buy oppo phones. What's the uniques of using an oneplus where you can buy a pure oppo where's its more optimized. You're headed to the wrong directions. Users buy oneplus for the os. And now the os sucks.
Very correct. Agree with you. i have been using this phone since June 2021. I was a samsung user previous 5 years. i would say the OnePlus 8 pro has been a good one so far. does all the work well,speed is too good especially becoz of the Snapdragon. Samsung used to be slow with their useless processors. I m happy so far with the 12GB ram/256GB model. I got it under $600 back then and i currently am wondering even if i decide to change to another phone, which one would be similar to this(5G/ip68/fast charging/12GB Ram/etc). am satisfed with this one till it dies and gives up is when i might change. a good one from Oneplus
BMHater12, 30 Sep 2022I'm not a user of this phone, but is there a way to bring back the color filter camera? Yes. You can even get it drom google play store
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2022This manufacturer has quality control problems, the chances of you getting a unit with a fault... moreI'm surprised with the issues you have mentioned. Apart from the battery life not being great, I have a much better experience with my OP 8 Pro. Updates are every 2 months, which is better than non existent.
5G services has rolled out in India but not getting 5G single in 8 pro. Is there any expected date to release the update?
mirsadmirsa, 04 Oct 2022the only problem is image retention when you lower down brightness to the lowest rate screen t... moreThat's a pretty big problem if you ask me. Annoys the shit out of me, but it happens only at 60Hz so its manageable when you force 120hz i guess.
the only problem is image retention when you lower down brightness to the lowest rate screen turns into green color.
This manufacturer has quality control problems, the chances of you getting a unit with a faulty display is a lot higher than other manufacturers.
Also the software is just complete garbage when it comes to pleasing the eye. OxygenOS 12 (the current version of OxygenOS on the OnePlus 8 Pro) was obviously manufactured by aliens, (or apes), because no human would think it is good enough to even put out in open-beta, let alone publicly release it
I've had this phone for a week now and here are my pros and cons:
+ Gorgeous and bright display
+ Snappy and no UI lag, I would say 90% as snappy as an iPhone (yes even on ApeOS 12)
+ Decent camera in 48MP mode
+ Really fast charging speeds
+ Decent Thermal Performance (Snapdragon 865 is a good SoC)
+ Can be rooted easily
+ Can be downgraded to OxygenOS 11 easily
- Account Sync drains WAY TOO MUCH battery on OxygenOS
- Mediocre battery life without Account Sync also
- Green tint (faulty display) at 60hz. Had to force the phone to always use 120hz through ADB
(Faulty displays seem to happen a fair bit with OnePlus so buy it from a place where you have warranty or can return it)
- OLED Black smearing is noticeable
- Oneplus software support is basically non-existent, 1 update per 4 world wars
My advice is: Don't buy this phone, get the 8T instead.
Anonymous, 01 Oct 2022Just use 4g instead of 5gwhy
I'm not a user of this phone, but is there a way to bring back the color filter camera?
During the first three months of usage, the OnePlus 8 Pro set at 60 Hz, dark theme, auto sync off, Google services disabled, gave me 11.5 hours of continuous non-stop 4G browsing (browsing excluded video sites [e.g. YouTube] and social media).
Ten months later, my OnePlus 8 Pro only gives me 5.75 hours of continuous non-stop 5G browsing.
I need to replace the battery, because 5.75 hours is a real pain.
SAMSUNG FIRST, 14 Sep 2022Hi there can you please do let us know that is always one display available on OnePlus8 Pro ???Yes it do
60 Hz, dark theme, auto sync off, gives me full day battery with heavy usage. 120 Hz eats a lot of battery.
Anybody have used this phone on 60hz? How s the battery improvement with that. My s21plus on 60hz becomes a battery phone. I'm getting the op8pro as a second phone