In early August, OnePlus launched two new things, the first is the new flagship, the OnePlus 10T, and the second is OxygenOS 13, based on Android 13.
And now, the rumours of the new OnePlus 11 Pro is started, but the company has not confirmed any news regarding this. Other than this, We have noticed that, In the last few months, OnePlus devices have started creating problems, and users are facing issues. And there are complaints on the community or from any other social media platforms. So that developer could know about the issue and find a way in the next update. Read more OnePlus Nord 2 gets September 2022 security update with camera improvements [C.09]
In this article, we have brought you, One of the issues which users are facing and trying to find a way by which they can fix it so that they can use the device in a seamless way.
What Is The Issue?
Users are facing problems on Always On Display. The reason behind the issue is unknown, but it is expected that this may be a software issue because this is not the first time when OnePlus users are facing an issue on display. Many times, OnePlus users have been informed in a community thread that, after updating, a green or pink line appears on the screen. Read more OnePlus 11 Series Tipped To Feature Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, 2K Resolution, And 50 MP Camera
However, In the new update of OxygenOS 12, so much new enhancement has been added to AOD.
Several Ways To Fix The Issue?
- First of all, check the update; if your device apps and system have any pending updates, then complete it.
- Reset the Default setting of the AOD.
- If both don’t work, then reset your whole device and erase all your data( before doing this, don’t forget to take a backup of your data)
- At last, if all the above-given things do not work, then, sadly, you have to wait till the next update comes for your device.