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Strange notifications appeared on 7 Pro user devices

A few hours ago, OnePlus 7 Pro owners received two bizarre notifications phones who seemed to come from her Push service OnePlus. One of the alerts contained a number of incoherent Latin characters, while the other one seems to be Korean or Chinese characters. As was normal for users they were worried and they felt that either it was spam or that they were servers of the company fell victim to one hacker. However, as it turned out, none of these things happened, since OnePlus clarified things later, saying that it was a mistake that arose from a test.

According to the company, this happened during an internal test and the notifications were sent by mistake to some of the owners of OnePlus 7 Pro worldwide. Those who were awake would probably be surprised to see these two messy messages on their device - some users found it funny, others thought it was spam, while some worried that their phones or OnePlus servers had been hacked. Certainly, however, everyone who received these two messages was surprised.

However, there is no cause for concern. OnePlus officially announced that he is investigating the error and that he will soon be sharing more information as soon as he discovers why this has happened. Hopefully, the company will be more careful in the future when it tries a new feature and will not have to worry its users again by taking a strange or incomprehensible message!

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