The OnePlus 8 Series is experiencing some common bugs and issues after receiving the Android 13 update.

On the contrary, the Chinese tech giant released the final significant Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 upgrade for the OnePlus 8 series devices a few weeks ago.

Meanwhile, with the Android 13 update, the OnePlus 8 series, particularly the OnePlus 8T smartphone, has been plagued by various common glitches and issues. This issue may occur owing to older devices, and many functions may require time to adapt to the new functionality.

OnePlus previously announced the OnePlus 8T smartphone in October 2020. The device features a 6.55-inch AMOLED 120Hz display, a Snapdragon 865 5G processor, 48 MP quad cameras, a 4500mAh battery with 65W rapid charging, and other features. The phone, on the other hand, comes with the OxygenOS 11 OS, which is based on Android 11. One thing to keep in mind is that with the most recent big Android 13 software upgrade, the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro lost compatibility with the Android 14 version.


Returning to bugs and issues, certain OnePlus 8 series users are experiencing several typical problems with the lock screen, third-party payment app, and the OnePlus Health app. We've gathered a few concerns about the OnePlus 8 series smartphones below.

Under the Health App, there is no step tracker option.

Contactless payments (Google Pay and Wallet) are not available on the lock screen because they are not in the notification center and overlap on the fingerprint animation.


To Restore the Step Tracker Option: A few basic steps are required. To resolve this, try logging out of your OnePlus account, rebooting the phone, and logging back in; you will notice that it works fine.

To resolve the notification placement issue, remove the cache of the system launcher and reboot the phone. However, there could be an issue with the operating system as well.

To Resolve Issues with Third-Party Payment Apps (Google Pay and Wallet):

To resolve this, try logging out of your Google Pay account, rebooting your phone, and logging back in.

If your difficulties are not handled, notify the company so that they are aware of them and can try to remedy them. You just keep checking the Settings app on your OnePlus smartphone for updates.



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