The OnePlus 7 Pro is one of the coolest phones you can buy in 2019, but it’s not perfect. While it’s still pretty new, we’re hearing complains about a variety of small but frustrating OnePlus 7 Pro problems and bugs. In this post, we are going over everything you need to know and how to fix these issues on your own.

You don’t need to go to T-Mobile store for help or browse the OnePlus forum for hours trying to figure out what to do. Just follow some of our tips, tricks, and advice. Plus, we’ll regularly update this post with helpful info and fixes as they arrive. And with your comment too.

Before we begin, ensure you’re on the latest software from the company. As of right now, i.e Oxygen OS 9.5.8 from June 18th with a ton of fixes.

Simple Steps on How to Fix OnePlus 7 Pro Battery Life Problems

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Don’t be in the rush, First things first, we want to mention battery life. It’s a never-ending cycle. Every new phone arrives with complains about battery life. With that being said, we’re seeing a lot of them about the OnePlus 7 Pro due to the massive screen and 90Hz refresh rate only getting a 4,000 mAh battery. There’s a big thread at the official forum full of details.

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Go to settings and make sure an app isn’t misbehaving and draining the battery

Locate to Settings > Battery and see what’s at the top of the list.

Mainly Android system, Android OS, or the Display uses the most battery. If there is something else at the top (aside from a game you’re playing), something isn’t right. Uninstall it, disable the app, or tap on it and hit “Force Close” to kill an app that’s draining the battery.

We also recommend customizing location settings, turning the screen brightness down to around 40% or automatic, disabling 90Hz, and closing big apps you no longer need. Don’t forget to take advantage of Google’s Android Pie battery optimizations. Plus, the company will likely refine the performance and battery life within the next few months as more people buy and use the phone.

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In the meantime, stay tuned to the official OnePlus forums for more information, incoming updates, and other helpful advice. As soon as new software arrives to fix any of these problems we’ll update this post. Before you go, Drop a comment about your Challenge.

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