Various OnePlus 7 Pro owners were in for an unexpected earlier today when they began accepting unusual spam notifications. The first one contained an arbitrary arrangement of English letters which made no sense, while the subsequent one included Chinese characters. In spite of the fact that it might sound like a spam attack orchestrated by a malicious party, it has ended up being a mistake beginning from an internal test at OnePlus. The company has perceived the issue and is at present assessing the cause behind the spam notifications that perplexed the influenced OnePlus 7 Pro owners.
We have run over different reports on Twitter where OnePlus 7 Pro owners shared screenshots of the two spam notifications and expressed worry about what they may be. One of our staff additionally got a spam notification on his OnePlus 7 Pro smartphone.
While the spam notification with the irregular English letters doesn’t bode well, the Chinese characters translate to a long string of “haha”. One influenced OnePlus 7 Pro user who tapped on the notification was diverted to a page which read “browser not found”.
It gives the idea that arbitrary OnePlus 7 Pro users across the globe got spam notifications on their phone. OnePlus rapidly took discernment of the issue and revealed that the spam notifications were the aftereffect of an internal test directed by the OxygenOS team which coincidentally conveyed worldwide message notifications to OnePlus 7 Pro owners.
“During an internal test, our OxygenOS team unintentionally sent out a global push notification to some OnePlus 7 Pro owners,” OnePlus clarified by means of a tweet. The company further included that it is as of now examining the error that caused the dispersal of spam notifications and has guaranteed to share more subtleties shortly. In any case, the true extent of the issue or the number of influenced OnePlus 7 Pro users is yet to be revealed.