However, as we have documented at length in our practice with the new update, it was anything but “stable”, being plagued with bugs and various issues. We weren’t the only ones who noticed it either, there are countless similar reports from users on the internet.
Today, the company finally recognized the problem and decided to stop the deployment. Here is the statement he sent to Android Police:
We are aware of the issues caused by the OxygenOS 12 update and our software team is working to resolve them. We will be suspending this software update and rolling out a new iteration as soon as possible.
Hopefully it won’t take long before OnePlus releases the new and improved update, and maybe the second time around it will manage to be stable. We cross fingers.