OnePlus 9 Pro problems and solutions

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The OnePlus 9 Pro was released early last year as one of OnePlus’ latest flagship phones. It is a high-end phone that has the specs of everything you would expect from a phone of that caliber. As good as the device is, it is not immune to problems of its own just like any and every other smartphone. We are going to look at some of those problems today.

OnePlus 9 Pro with Hasselblad camera

OnePlus 9 Pro problem: Screen Flickering 

Some users have complained about a screen flickering problem with the OnePlus 9 Pro on Android 12 [OxygenOS 12]. This usually happens when one unlocks the device or is on the home screen display after installing the update. These flickers appear in white horizontal white bars running across the device’s screen.

A possible solution to this problem is to go to Settings, then to personalizations, tap on Always-on display, and then Display settings and pick a color. Another solution is to set the OnePlus 9 Pro’s screen resolution to Full HD+ instead of OHD+.

OnePlus 9 Pro problem: Notifications Issue

An issue that has been observed by some OnePlus 9 Pro users is the delay in notifications. Apparently, notifications only come in when they open the app. This is an issue that can be taken care of easily. Delayed notifications can be caused by the device’s battery optimization feature. Go to your Settings, tap on battery, and then on battery optimization. Locate the apps that this problem is present in, and tap on don’t optimize. If you want the apps to continue to run in the background, you can lock them and then launch the Recent apps page.

Users have also found that disabling the adaptive notifications setting works. Go to settings > Adaptive notifications and select none. Notification issues are software related, these issues are usually fixed when new software updates are released. So, be on the lookout for OS updates. 

OnePlus 9 Pro problem: Camera issues

OnePlus 9 Pro users have noticed multiple problems with the camera after the Android 12 update. Images appear to be out of focus and hazy when zooming into any object. Here are some ways to potentially fix this issue. 

•Clearing app data and cache can help restore the camera’s former state. To do this, go to Settings > Apps and notifications and open the app list. Select Camera App > Storage and Cache > Clear storage > and finally on Clear Cache. 

Some users have observed that going through a factory reset after installing the latest version of OxygenOS helps get rid of bugs. Although, you have to consider the fact that you are going to lose all your data and ask yourself if it is worth it. If you are experiencing far too many bugs after the update, not just camera bugs, then you should probably go ahead with it.

OnePlus 9 Pro problem: Overheating

Several OnePlus 9 or 9 Pro users have complained that their device overheats while engaging in different activities. For example, this can often occur when shooting 4K or 8K video, with the phone, it starts to feel a little hot after a few minutes of recording. Others have complained of heating problems occurring when taking normal still photographs.

There are multiple ways of improving overheating on your OnePlus 9 Pro. The problem may also be resolved on future software updates that OnePlus rolls out, so make sure you update your OnePlus as soon as a new update is available. Here are some of the potential ways of fixing overheating

•Avoid using the phone too much in high temperatures and direct sunlight. This may exacerbate any in-built tendencies the device has to overheat.

•Filming a video in 8K or 4K for too long can cause overheating. Reduce overheating by taking short breaks. Try shooting in standard (1080p) HD.

•Remove battery-draining apps from your phone. This means apps that claim to improve performance or battery life, as well as apps that run in the background (and you don’t use or need).

•Try clearing the cache for any app you believe may be causing the overheating. To do this, go to Settings > Apps & Notifications > See All Apps, and then tap the app you want and select Storage & Cache > Clear Cache.

These are some of the common problems that OnePlus 9 Pro users encounter while operating their devices. Comment down below on any problem you have that was not mentioned and we will get back to you.

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