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# 2267983 1-Jul-2019 20:31
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Yep, got those!!

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  # 2267996 1-Jul-2019 20:50
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During an internal test, our OxygenOS team accidentally sent out a global push notification to some OnePlus 7 Pro owners. We would like to apologize for any difficulties, and assure you that our team is currently investigating the error. We’ll share more information soon.

Man someones gonna get a growling.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2268047 1-Jul-2019 23:03
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would be nice if the leak is about oneplus 7t. ☺


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  # 2268260 2-Jul-2019 09:33
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Ok, it happened again this morning .... Worried now.


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  # 2275252 12-Jul-2019 12:35
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so f*cking stupid of noel leeming to literally open every box of Oneplus they have, take out the warp charger, and put in a samsung one! why cant they just f*cking leave it in there and give the samsung on top? it literally drives me insane!


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  # 2275255 12-Jul-2019 12:46
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does the standard charger have a NZ plug on it? if not then i dont believe they can sell it that way.

 

does the samsung charger allow warp charging? if not i would be asking them to provide one that does, ie the oppo charger


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  # 2275263 12-Jul-2019 13:06
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Jase2985:

 

does the standard charger have a NZ plug on it? if not then i dont believe they can sell it that way.

 

does the samsung charger allow warp charging? if not i would be asking them to provide one that does, ie the oppo charger

 

 

 

 

They put in a samsung NZ charger. ANd no, of course the samsung one doesnt do warp charge, which is why im pissed off :(


 
 
 
 


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  # 2275332 12-Jul-2019 14:13
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From PB Tech mine came with a NZ Oppo charger on top of box, original UK Warp charger inside. I just use a UK adapter - no issues and Warp charging.


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  # 2275340 12-Jul-2019 14:24
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mahdibassam:

 

They put in a samsung NZ charger. ANd no, of course the samsung one doesnt do warp charge, which is why im pissed off :(

 

 

Which you should have known prior to buying it because it's clearly stated on the NL website (or you could have confirmed this by visiting the store or asking online):

 

 

     

  • Supplied with 15W Samsung Wall Charger for NZ sockets

 

https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/phones-and-gps/mobile-phones/oneplus-oneplus7pro128gr-7-pro-128gb-grey/prod181743.html

 

I think this has been pretty standard for many of the retailers that have sold OnePlus phones since they introduced warp charging - ie, only providing a standard NZ charger. I knew this when I bought my 6, having checked it out prior, but back then it was easier to get hold of a suitable warp charger (Noel Leeming were just going out of the Oppo VOOC chargers, and I bought the last one from my local store).

 

 


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  # 2276805 15-Jul-2019 11:07
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jonathan18:

 

mahdibassam:

 

They put in a samsung NZ charger. ANd no, of course the samsung one doesnt do warp charge, which is why im pissed off :(

 

 

Which you should have known prior to buying it because it's clearly stated on the NL website (or you could have confirmed this by visiting the store or asking online):

 

 

     

  • Supplied with 15W Samsung Wall Charger for NZ sockets

 

https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/phones-and-gps/mobile-phones/oneplus-oneplus7pro128gr-7-pro-128gb-grey/prod181743.html

 

I think this has been pretty standard for many of the retailers that have sold OnePlus phones since they introduced warp charging - ie, only providing a standard NZ charger. I knew this when I bought my 6, having checked it out prior, but back then it was easier to get hold of a suitable warp charger (Noel Leeming were just going out of the Oppo VOOC chargers, and I bought the last one from my local store).

 

 

 

 

 

 

i knew full well that Noel Leeming do this before purchasing, but i still cant get why they do it, just leave the bloody thing in there and add an nz plug on top, it makes zero sense!

 

I have a dash charger from my 6T that i use, but im pretty sure Warp charge is faster than Dash charge. either way the phone lasts me form 8am to 12am easily so i only charge overnight. but NL can still go F*** themselves! :D 


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  # 2276815 15-Jul-2019 11:26
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Did anyone's 7 pro come with a plastic protector preinstalled?


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  # 2276816 15-Jul-2019 11:29
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mahdibassam:

 

Did anyone's 7 pro come with a plastic protector preinstalled?

 

 

 

 

Yes. Have had the 7 Pro for about a month now and it's still on.


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  # 2276820 15-Jul-2019 11:31
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ritzlal:

mahdibassam:


Did anyone's 7 pro come with a plastic protector preinstalled?



 


Yes. Have had the 7 Pro for about a month now and it's still on.



Interesting. Mine came from noel Leeming and I didn't have anything on it out of the box.

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  # 2276848 15-Jul-2019 12:31
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mahdibassam:
ritzlal:

 

mahdibassam:

 

 

 

Did anyone's 7 pro come with a plastic protector preinstalled?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes. Have had the 7 Pro for about a month now and it's still on.

 



Interesting. Mine came from noel Leeming and I didn't have anything on it out of the box.

 

I understand this is one of the differences between the Chinese version and the global version. Some places are selling the Chinese version flashed with global software rather than the official global product.





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  # 2276863 15-Jul-2019 12:39
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NikT:

 

mahdibassam:
ritzlal:

 

mahdibassam:

 

 

 

Did anyone's 7 pro come with a plastic protector preinstalled?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes. Have had the 7 Pro for about a month now and it's still on.

 



Interesting. Mine came from noel Leeming and I didn't have anything on it out of the box.

 

I understand this is one of the differences between the Chinese version and the global version. Some places are selling the Chinese version flashed with global software rather than the official global product.

 

 

 

 

and what would be the differences between the global and CN versions? 


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