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Issue With OnePlus 8 Series: Green/Pink/Red Vertical Line On Display After OxygenOS 13 [Updated]

OnePlus is a very popular Chinese electronics company known for its flagship smartphones. Recently, the company introduced OxygenOS 13-based Android 13 software update for its flagship smartphone. On the other hand, some users of the OnePlus 8 series smartphones are bothered about the pink/red vertical line issue on display.

Earlier, some users of the OnePlus 8 series were facing the problem of a Pink Vertical line on the display. Meanwhile, owners of the concerned devices are feeling sad and angry towards the company as the OnePlus 8 series smartphones are one of the best-selling devices in the country, and they are faced with several problems after the Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 update.

On the other hand, several users have reported on OnePlus Community posts and various social media platforms that their OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, and OnePlus 8T devices are facing the Pink/Red vertical line issue. A vertical line has appeared on the device display.

OnePlus 8/8 Pro/ 8T Issue After OxygenOS 13

[November 28th] – A new issue found on the OnePlus Community, the users of OnePlus 8T are facing green vertical line issue on display, previous the issue comes with pink and red line. This problem is coming mostly after updating the device to Android 13 and OxygenOS 13.

new version so wait for some time and days.

For OnePlus 8 series users, OnePlus will solve the Pink/Red vertical line issues and other system-related problems for a seamless user experience in the next update.

If you don’t want to wait for the next update, you can roll back the Android 12-based OxygenOS 12.1 update. Alternatively, you can directly contact OnePlus Support or visit a OnePlus Exclusive Service Center. You can also see some basic solutions to the Pink line problem

Here Is The Few Way To Fixes, If You Have A Pink Line On Your OnePlus Phone Screen:

  • Reboot your OnePlus phone; If it is normal, restarting the phone will fix it.
  • Restart your OnePlus phone in safe mode.
  • If your phone is not updated, then update your phone and also install apps.
  •  If all the above things don’t work, then reset your phone to factory data. This will erase all your data on the phone and give you a fresh start like before.

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