OnePlus forcibly installs bloatware on phones without users’ knowledge


OnePlus, apart from its powerful hardware and affordable pricing, is known for its user interface. With minimal bloatware, the OxygenOS has been fast and un-intrusive. However, with its frequently changing stance around the pricing of its phones, the company has recently received a lot of flak for forcing Facebook-related bloatware.

Now, the Chinese smartphone maker is reportedly forcing users to install it’s OnePlus Buds app regardless of the fact that you own the buds or not. The app that is helpful in setting up the Buds, adjust the experience according to their preference, and locate them, in case you’ve forgotten after keeping them off somewhere in the house.

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