Question Android 12 update for OnePlus 9 Pro.

Was your LE2123, LE2120, LE2125 fully stock and did you flash the official update for your region?


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AndyC76

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I'm seeing lot's of posts about LE2123, LE2120, LE2125 being upgraded to android 12, with lots of people experiencing issues with unstable phones. Please humour me by answering this simple poll.
 
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terlynn4

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You might get more useful info with a poll asking whether people experienced issues. After following several threads across various sites, I'm convinced that only a small minority have actually experienced "issues" (as in, something legit broken). The other vocal folks are just complaining that a feature was removed or changed and they don't like it. It's no different than every other major release.

Every major version is going to be a bit different from the previous one (that's the whole point of the new version number), and there's always a small risk and a small percentage of people who experience issues (which are almost always resolved by a wipe or clean flash). That's why OP tells you to back up your data before upgrading. 🤷‍♀️
 
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l_mike

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I updated to A12 and I am able to see some differences.
1. I've got 5g, volte and vowifi finally (5g on scnd SIM slot)
2. DPI is messed up in certain apps and options.
3. Battery life is worse (but I've been using stock kernel on A11, so this could make a difference)
4. I like A12s way to grant permissions.

Was it worth update? If you like your phone up to date - yes. If you care about system stability and look, stick with A11 until fixed A12 shows up.

It's not a coincidence that OP suspended A12 update. They see it was not ready.

My phone is OP 9 pro EU version. Did wipe it after update.
 

davyleggend

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Nice to hear, did they deliver on the throttling?
I think yes? Found this option "high performance option" system always run at max performance.

When enable it an icon in the status bar appears but I think they forgot to change the style of the icon because it's a little oversized.

Apart from that after wipe no more glitched animation, more smoothness in all the operations, allarm clock work, icons and font now are ok and layout too (before i have mismatched dpi in various apps), keyboard now have the button for pull down (before there isn't). The only thing now it's Netflix on platstore, it say device not support.

Rooted with success with no problem, magisk hide works and installed Netflix with apk works too.
 

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    I have the le2123 and I have encountered so many bugs. I did a wipe data and now all seems to make sense.

    Now I'm pretty happy with this update. Let's see the battery in the next days.
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    Good thing they pulled it before our OnePlus9Pro forum blew up!😳💥🧨🎇
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    I would wait a while before updating. 12 has been a bomb and 11 isn't much better across all device manufacturers. No easy fixes.
    Let Mikey try it...
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    You might get more useful info with a poll asking whether people experienced issues. After following several threads across various sites, I'm convinced that only a small minority have actually experienced "issues" (as in, something legit broken). The other vocal folks are just complaining that a feature was removed or changed and they don't like it. It's no different than every other major release.

    Every major version is going to be a bit different from the previous one (that's the whole point of the new version number), and there's always a small risk and a small percentage of people who experience issues (which are almost always resolved by a wipe or clean flash). That's why OP tells you to back up your data before upgrading. 🤷‍♀️