OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9 Pro are among the first phones to be compatible to receive Android 12 beta 1 compilation, which was released earlier this week. OnePlus announced the release and all the details on how to update to the latest beta in a forum post soon after Google announced Android 12 beta. However, the company has now withdrawn its beta links, as many users have complained about bricks following an upgrade to Android 12. OnePlus says it is addressing the issue, but the update for OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus is not yet available.
A OnePlus a staff member commented the same forum post , which announced the release of Android 12 beta for OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9 that the company has “temporarily removed download links based on user feedback on this topic”. He added: “I share the feedback with the software team so they can review it in the morning at headquarters.” Although the employee did not provide details of the feedback received, the early comments section is full of users complaining of brick problems after update to Android 12 beta.
Max Weinbach on Android Police has in detail fix this problematic problem if you were one of the first to use the beta software Android 12. Users can choose EDL recovery, which means restoring the phone to the factory image using a flash-level chipset from Qualcomm. This XDA Developer’s Guide is a good starting point on how to restore your phone using EDL. It also warns users to make sure they have unlocked their phone’s charger before installing the beta.
It’s best to stay away from the beta version of Android 12 for a while while third-party OEMs smooth out any bumps. OnePlus has temporarily removed links from its posts to prevent other problems with the OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9 bricks. among the first to offer Supported beta phones with Android 12 include Realme, Oppo, Vivo and Xiaomi, among others.