Don’t update your OnePlus 11 with the February OxygenOS 14 update! Camera problems reported by many


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If you haven’t already installed the February OxygenOS 14 update for the OnePlus 11, it’s strongly advised to hold off for now. There’s a growing number of reports indicating that the latest update is causing significant issues, particularly concerning the device’s camera functionality. Complaints flooding the official OnePlus forums depict widespread dissatisfaction among users. Complaints posted on the official OnePlus forums, as highlighted by AndroidCentral, outline various issues emerging post-update.

Don't update your OnePlus 11 with the February OxygenOS 14 update! Camera problems reported by many
Don't update your OnePlus 11 with the February OxygenOS 14 update! Camera problems reported by many

A notable portion of users have reported difficulties in saving photos, while others are experiencing frequent crashes of the camera app. Some have even encountered overheating warnings after trying to capture just a few consecutive images. Importantly, there haven’t been similar reports from users who have yet to install the update, suggesting a potential correlation with the February patches.

Don't update your OnePlus 11 with the February OxygenOS 14 update! Camera problems reported by many

As of now, there is no known fix or workaround for the camera issues affecting the latest version of OxygenOS 14. If you haven’t already updated to the latest version, it might be prudent to postpone doing so for the time being. Reports indicate that the previous version of the update didn’t encounter any camera-related problems.

There’s speculation suggesting that the latest update might have introduced a new element that’s causing these camera issues specifically on the OnePlus 11. In the interim, if you’re experiencing this problem, you may need to resort to downloading a third-party camera app to continue capturing photos.

OnePlus has acknowledged the situation and assured users that they are actively investigating the problem. In the interim, affected users are advised to explore alternative camera apps like GCam, which reportedly don’t exhibit the same issues.

We hope that OnePlus will promptly address this issue and release a fix to resolve the camera issues for affected users.

Furthermore, it’s recommended that users directly report their experiences to OnePlus through the appropriate channels. This will help expedite the identification and resolution of the problem.

While the OxygenOS 14 update underwent extensive testing over several months, the introduction of new features or fixes in updates can sometimes lead to unforeseen issues. At present, there haven’t been reports of similar camera-related problems affecting other OnePlus smartphones.

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