OnePlus has resumed distributing OxygenOS 12 based on Android 12. Technical issues should be fixed for the first rollout, and the company promises compatibility with Gcam ports, which can only use a single rear camera.
At the time Android 12 was first introduced for the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, users noticed that the update prevented users from connecting to mobile networks, notifications did not appear, the system crashed and the screen showed problems. Accordingly, the Subtraction stopped, about a week ago. Those problems must be new update has been treated. OnePlus went on to say that Google Chrome’s autofill issues should be fixed in a future update, as well as the “temporary lack of access to additional cameras in Gcam.”
Gcam developers fee About that last week and advised their users to avoid the update if they want to use Gcam. They also mentioned that OnePlus’ sister company OPPO has been blocking access to additional cameras on their ColorOS for some time. with the imminent Merge From OnePlus’ OxygenOS and OPPO’s ColorOS, OnePlus seemed to take charge of OPPO’s policy here, but now OnePlus appears to be changing tack again.
The developers of Gcam also reported in their Telegram channel that such blockages also occur on Realme devices and a number of Vivo phones. OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo and Realme are all trademarks of BBK Electronics.
OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro were launched in the market in March of this year. They are currently the latest models of the Chinese phone brand and also the first two models to receive the update to Android 12. Tweakers conducted a review of the devices, both in format written As in video format.
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