The wait is over! US OnePlus Open users are finally getting Android 14


Towards the end of January 2024, OnePlus started to roll out the stable Android 14 build to OnePlus Open users in India. If you live in the US and you are feeling a little left out, not to worry as OnePlus has started to roll out Android 14 for OnePlus Open users in the US.

This update will bump your phone up to OxygenOS 14 (Android 14). It will come with all the changes that are part of Google’s official update. It will also come with refinements and improvements to the OxygenOS platform. This includes better efficiency, improved security and privacy, performance optimization, an update to the UI, and more.

That being said, if you have received the update notification, you might want to hold off. This is because according to a post on Reddit (via Android Police), the update is causing issues for some users. One user claims that opening an app from the app drawer or notification window causes the phone to become “inoperable for minutes”. Some are also claiming that battery life is taking a massive hit.

Another user is claiming that there is a delay in waking the screen when the phone is unfolded. Apparently it is so bad it takes 2 minutes to load up, which is honestly kind of insane. Hopefully OnePlus is aware of these issues and are working on a fix. Not everyone is affected though, so your mileage may vary. But if you’d rather not chance it, then maybe hold off on the update for now.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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