OnePlus pauses the update to Android 11 of the OnePlus Nord

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OnePlus Nord

The OnePlus Nord is the mid-range model launched last year in Spain. This phone was a success for the manufacturer, as it performs well in all fields and maintains a reasonable price. At the beginning of this month, the stable update to Android 11 for this phone was finally launched.

After several betas and previous versions were released, the stable version of Android 11 began to reach the first users with the OnePlus Nord. Although this update has caused various problems on the phone, which has forced the brand to stop this update.

The OnePlus Nord will have to wait to have Android 11

OnePlus Nord

The brand has announced that updating is temporarily stopped to Android 11 for this OnePlus Nord. Apparently, users with this device have experienced problems with it since they got the update. Problems such as excessive battery consumption, a very slow battery charge, inability to access blocked apps, photos in the gallery that do not open, or problems with the functioning of apps.

The brand has not given dates for the resumption of the update. In the statement they have acknowledged these failures and that they are currently working on detecting their origin, in order to apply a solution as soon as possible, to prevent this type of problem from arising again.

Those users with a OnePlus Nord who have updated to Android 11 have the possibility to return to Android 10 temporarily, in case you are having phone issues since your update. So they can use the device again without hassles or interruptions while the brand applies solutions.

Users with this brand phone will have to wait longer now until they can enjoy Android 11 on it. Some news that many users do not like, but it is better to wait for OnePlus to solve these problems and thus the deployment is problem-free.

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