OnePlus Nord error resets phone to factory settings

The affordable OnePlus Nord has a serious bug. Several users report that the phone resets itself at random so that all data is erased. OnePlus is working on a solution

OnePlus Nord bug

OnePlus came this year with the affordable Nord phone and my colleague Claudia was immediately very enthusiastic about the smartphone in her review . Of course, no launch is completely flawless and that certainly also applies to the Nord. For example, some users complain about green and purple hues on the screen of their brand new phone, and on the OnePlus Forums , users report a new bug that leads to data loss. Android Police knows that .

According to one of the posts in the forum threads , the Nord forced a user to perform an automatic reset and return the phone to factory settings. With that, the user lost all data. Then that same person faced the error again a few days later only to lose all data on their device again.OnePlus Nord error factory settings

Error investigated

“We have already notified our developer team with the necessary details to investigate this? So I kindly ask you to wait before we notify you about new updates,” a OnePlus employee responded to the forum post.

For the time being, it is not yet known what exactly is the cause of the error that the OnePlus Nord has to deal with. Have you recently lost all your data on your phone? Let us know by sending us a tip  via this route . The OnePlus Nord recently received a major update with camera improvements and optimizations for the battery.

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One thought on “OnePlus Nord error resets phone to factory settings

  • September 23, 2020 at 8:01 am
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    Not yet experienced fortunately. My Oneplus One at the time also had a lot of errors in the ROM, such as multitouch that completely lost its way. Took half a year before there was a patch. It was impossible to work with. And that while CyanogenMod ROM, the community version at the time, solved it within a week. So I quickly switched to CyanogenMod ROM. They make nice hardware, and some things about the software are fine too, but in general I find the software from other brands more stable. Also at the Nord.

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