Most people are using the OnePlus Nord series smartphones with OxygenOS 13 based on Android 13. But some users are not liking Oxygen OS
This is due to the Following:
OnePlus OxygenOS merged with Oppo ColorOS: OnePlus Nord 2 was the first device that comes with ColorOS Camera and the first time The Camera app in OnePlus Smartphone is asking for Permissions. After this ColorOS is completely added to OxygenOS and due to this most people experienced so many bugs and are not getting the performance they expect with this Merger. The Gaming Experience is not so much good in OOS 13 as compared to 12 and 11.
Line issues on Display: Most people are facing line issues on their smartphones such as Green Line, and Pink Line issues after updating to OxygenOS 12 and 13. The only solution to remove the green line and Pink line issue is to replace the display. If you don’t have any dents, scratches, or any physical damage on your device. Then your display can be replaced Free of cost. If you want to know, Why you are getting these line issues then, check out this video Why Display line issues in OnePlus phones? Can we Replace Display Free of cost? Detailed Explanation
ColorOS Browser: With OnePlus 11R, OnePlus who said that you can get a bloatware-free experience is now introducing Bloatwares like ColorOS Browser which we get in Oppo’s ColorOS. Maybe in the future, we got more Bloatwares. This is also a big reason to hate OOS nowadays.
One another reason for not liking OxygenOS is the ColorOS Launcher: Most people are not liking the ColorOS Launcher present in OOS 12 and OOS 13. As it is lack in Customization and Hidden Space has changed to Private Safe. You can access Hidden Space from App Drawer but after the implementation of ColorOS Launcher users are not able to access it using the app drawer. They have to access Private Safe using Dialer by typing the code.
Battery: The Screen On Time or we can say (S.O.T) is not ao much good if we compare it to OxygenOS 11 or 12. The device will also take more time to charge as compared to 11 or 12.
Gaming: Most people are not satisfied with the Gaming Performance. Some are getting Lag and Heating issues. This all is just because of the Codebase of ColorOS merged with OxygenOS and after 13 it’s completely ColorOS.
Now, If you want to rollback any OnePlus Nord Smartphone running OxygenOS 13 then
We’ll provide you with the details you need about downgrading to OxygenOS 12 from Stable OxygenOS 13. Just make sure you follow every step & take a backup before downgrading because downgrading will wipe your device data.
How to Downgrade Oneplus Nord Smartphone from Stable OxygenOS 13 to OxygenOS 12
OnePlus Nord 2 Rollback
OnePlus Nord 2T
- In order to Downgrade your device to OxygenOS 12
- First, Download the Downgrade zip package from the links given below.
- Copy the Downgrade package to the root of the phone storage.
- Go to Settings -> About device -> Version -> Click Build number 7 times and enter the password, now you are in the developer mode.
- Go back to Settings -> About device -> Up to date -> Click the top right button -> Local install -> Click on the corresponding installation package -> Extract -> Upgrade -> System upgrade completed to 100%. If don’t see the local Install option then download the Oneplus local update application from here: Download from Telegram – Official Link
- After the Downgrade process is complete, click Restart. (Note: Data will be Wiped so take a Backup before tapping on Restart)
- Downgrade successful.
- OnePlus Nord 2:Nord 2 IN Rollback from OOS 13 to OOS 12
- OnePlus Nord 2T:Nord 2T IN Rollback from OOS 13 to OOS 12
- OnePlus Nord CE 2:Nord CE 2 IN Rollback from OOS 13 to OOS 12
- OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite
- IN:Nord CE 2 Lite IN Rollback from OOS 13 to OOS 12
- EU:Nord CE 2 Lite EU Rollback from OOS 13 to OOS 12
- Global:Nord CE 2 Lite Global Rollback from OOS 13 to OOS 12
Note: For Nord 2T you don’t need to rename the downgrade zip file.
If you want a video tutorial then, follow this video:How to Rollback/downgrade any OnePlus Nord Smartphone from OOS 13 to OOS 12
Here’s How to Download and Play Counter Strike 2 (CS2)
The long-awaited Counter Strike 2 is out of beta and available for all gamers! Using the Source 2 engine, CS2 promises fresh features such as new smokes, enhanced visuals, a fresh look at some favorite maps, a revamped UI, and more. If you’re keen to dive into Counter Strike 2, here’s a simple guide on downloading and launching the game.
Download Counter Strike 2 on Your Windows PC
A lot of fans have been asking if Counter Strike 2 is free or if they need to pay to switch from CS:GO to CS2. So now Counter Strike 2 is entirely free to play. However, there’s a Prime Status Upgrade you can learn about further in this article.
Here are the steps to get CS2 on your computer:
- Get a Steam account and the Steam Client. If you’re new, make an account on their website. If you’re a Steam veteran, jump to the next step.
- Open Steam on your PC and head to the Steam Store. Search for “Counter-Strike 2”. You can also use this direct link to the Counter-Strike 2 Steam page.
- If you’re using the Steam client when on the Counter-Strike 2 page, hit Play. Steam will ask you about setting up the CS2 installation. If you’re in a browser, clicking “Play Game” will ask if you want to open Steam. Say “Yes, Steam is installed”.
- Counter-Strike 2 won’t cost you a dime. But consider the “Prime Status Upgrade”. It offers a more premium experience with fewer hackers.
- Set up the installation preferences and let the game download. You can change the install location in Steam’s settings.
- After downloading, go to “Library” in Steam. Find Counter-Strike 2 and select it.
- Hit Play. The game will set up a few essentials like DirectX & Visual C++ and then launch.
Troubleshooting: The CS2 ‘Missing Executable Error’ on Steam
Can’t download Counter-Strike 2? Facing the missing executable error (CS2.exe) during install? Here’s a fix:
- Uninstall the game.
- Restart your Steam client.
This error cropped up for us too. But these steps made it disappear. Due to high demand, the servers are swamped, leading to some delays in downloads.
With the beta phase over, it’s time for everyone to enjoy the action-packed world of Counter-Strike 2.
How to Create, Share, and Delete WhatsApp Channel
WhatsApp, a popular messaging platform is always introducing cool new features. The newest sensation is the “WhatsApp Channel.” This feature lets people and businesses send one-way messages to their fans. If you’re eager to try this out, follow our simple steps.
Create your WhatsApp Channel
No matter if you’re using an Android or iPhone, the steps are the same. Here’s how you can make your own WhatsApp Channel:
- Start with Opening WhatsApp: Click on the WhatsApp app icon on your phone.
- Find the Updates Tab: This is usually at the top or bottom of your screen.
- Click the Plus (+) Icon: You’ll see this next to the “Channels” section.
- Select “Create Channel”: This begins the process.
- Read the Instructions: If it’s your first time, there will be a little guide. Click “Continue” after reading.
- Give Your Channel a Name: You can also write a short description and pick a profile picture. Once done, click “Create channel.”
There you go! You’ve made a WhatsApp Channel. Remember, all messages you send here can be seen by your followers.
Share your WhatsApp Channel
Getting people to join is the next big thing. Thanks to WhatsApp’s design, sharing is a breeze:
- Go to “Updates”: Your Channel will be listed here.
- Open Your Channel: Click on its name.
- Find the “Channel Link” Button: It’s usually on the top-right.
- Choose How to Share: You’ll see options like “Send link via WhatsApp” or “Share to my status.” Pick what you like!
Delete WhatsApp Channel
If you ever want to remove your Channel, it’s straightforward:
- Back to “Updates”: Your list of Channels is here.
- Pick Your Channel: Click on the one you want to remove.
- Go to “Channel Info”: Click the Channel’s name at the top.
- Hit “Delete Channel”: It’s usually at the bottom.
- Confirm Your Choice: Remember, this is final! Old messages stay, but no one new can join.
- Type Your Phone Number: It’s a security step.
- Tap “Delete” One Last Time: And that’s it. Your Channel is gone.
If you find any difficulty while doing any of this process just undo those changes and try the steps again.
How to Use the Feedback App for Submitting Bug Reports and Suggestions on OnePlus Devices
The Feedback App is a useful tool that will help you enhance your software experience. You can report the bugs or share a suggestion for the OnePlus team to make an improvement or fix for that particular thing that you encountered on your OnePlus device.
How to Enter the Feedback App:
- Open the Google Dialer: Navigate to your phone’s Google Dialer.
- Enter the Code: Type *#800# and dial. This should automatically open the Feedback App for you.
Note: This method is currently only available for users located in India.
How to Submit a Bug Report via the Feedback App:
- Select Bug Type: Navigate to the section where you can report a bug. For example, go to System experience > Settings > Notifications & status bar.
- Enter Details Page: Here, you’ll find an option to turn on ‘Screen recording.’
- Start Screen Recording: Tap ‘Start’ to initiate screen recording. Now, go back to the function where you encountered the issue and try to reproduce it.
- End Screen Recording: After reproducing the issue, return to the details page and tap ‘Done.’
- Describe the Issue: Type out the issues you’ve encountered, the steps to reproduce it (‘operation path’), your contact information, the last time the issue occurred, its frequency, and the app where the issue happens.
- Attach Files: Optionally, you can also attach images, videos, or other files that could help in understanding the issue better.
- Submit: Finally, click ‘Submit’ to upload your report.
How to Submit Suggestions via the Feedback App:
- Navigate to Suggestions: Select the ‘Suggestions’ option.
- Enter Details Page: Here you can describe your ideas for improvement.
- Fill in Contact Info: Make sure your contact information is accurate.
- Describe Your Suggestions: Write down your suggestions and include the operation path if relevant.
- Attach Files: You can also add images, videos, or other files for reference.
- Submit: Click ‘Submit’ to upload your suggestions.
Why Submit a Log File?
Submitting a log file greatly aids engineers in locating and analyzing the issue. This expedites the resolution process, thereby enhancing your software experience.
Concerned About Privacy?
Don’t worry! Log files only record system events and do not collect any personal data.
For Users Outside India
If you live outside of India, you can provide the feedback directly in the version release thread of your device on the OnePlus Community or submit this FORM. We’re also working on making the Feedback App available globally.
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