We all know very well that only a few days ago Android Oreo arrived and it is still only available to the tech giant Google’s devices. However, recently a flaw has been discovered that shows a problem with Android Oreo. Even with Wi-Fi on, this system continues to consume data from the mobile network.
Beware! This Android Oreo Flaw Secretly Consume Users’ Mobile Data
Arrived a few weeks ago, Android Oreo is still only available to the tech giant Google’s devices. It is expected soon the new devices with this latest Android version, of course, Android 8.0 Oreo will arrive, but still without any certainty.
A flaw now discovered came to show that there is a problem with Android Oreo. Even with Wi-Fi on, this system continues to consume data from the mobile network.
The reason for this failure is not yet known, but the truth is that it exists and is causing problems for users, since it soon consumers their data plans, even when they are connected to wireless networks.
After the first alert
The first complaint of this new situation arose in Reddit and soon other users confirmed the failure, having the same problem in their devices with Android Oreo installed.
As you can see from the original publication, the tech giant Google is already aware of the problem and is preparing to launch an update for very brief, where this problem will be solved.
There are users who suggest that this issue can be resolved by turning off the Always on Mobile Data option, but still, it requires that this information to be confirmed.
This is a bug that should have been found and resolved during the testing phase in the various beta versions that the tech giant Google has released to everyone who is in this program. Apparently, it results from a test option that was turned on in previous versions and was forgotten.
Not being a serious failure of Android, it can cause enough inconvenience to users, which quickly consume their data plans, thinking to be connected to wireless networks.
So, what do you think about this new issue of Android 8.0 Oreo? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.