Today, we are going to be looking at a few problems that users have encountered while operating the OPPO Reno 7 Pro 5G. This is a high-end device, but it isn’t without its issues. Let’s look at the most common OPPO Reno 7 Pro 5G problems.
A bunch of complaints from users of the OPPO Reno 7 Pro 5G has been about how slowly the device runs after a couple of months. Some factors can contribute to why the device is lagging.
The cause of the device performing slowly is usually because the phone has too many multitasking applications that consume a lot of RAM (8GB or 12GB). The processor and RAM resources will be insufficient, and the device will then try to look for idle applications to “force close” to give more RAM resources. The bottom line is, do not download or leave too many applications open. Uninstalling applications that are not in use will also go a long way in getting your OPPO Reno 7 Pro 5G running smoothly again.
As far as the gaming aspect is concerned, OPPO RENO 7 PRO is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 1200 Max processor with ARM G77 MC9 GPU for graphic rendering. It is supported by MediaTek HyperEngine 3.0 for improved gaming performance. However, slow or lagging gaming can happen because of insufficient RAM. You can soft reset your OPPO RENO 7 Pro 5G before playing heavy games. Make sure to clean and even close all previous applications, temporary files, and caches. A soft reset means to restart the phone.
Black Screen Issue
This is a menace of a problem and can prove to be frustrating. Now, with a black screen, nothing is displayed on the screen and you cannot interact with the screen. A lot of factors can cause such a problem. These include: loose LCD connectors, incompatible apps, a critical system error, or accumulated cache files that could have caused the problem to begin with. The OPPO Reno 7 Pro 5G getting exposed to high temperatures can also cause a black screen. Here are a few ways to fix this problem on your device.
Cleaning the Charging port
One thing that can facilitate a black screen on your OPPO Reno 7 Pro 5G is debris in the charging port. To fix this, you can look for any sharp object small enough to fit into the charging port and gently clean it out. Be careful not to be overly aggressive so you don’t end up spoiling the charging port itself.
Another method that is quite popular with different phone brands is force rebooting or force restarting. The black screen stops you from being able to interact with your smartphone. This means you can’t engage in any activity with your OPPO Reno 7 Pro 5G. Force Rebooting might fix the problem. To do this, you need to press the power button plus the volume up or the power button plus the volume down.
A jammed power button
Another reason you might have a black screen is that your OPPO Reno 7 Pro 5G might have a jammed power button. A jammed button can even cause other problems. Dirt and debris are usually the cause of a power button getting jammed up. A jammed power button can cause your device to enter a reboot loop. This means it will keep rebooting continuously. Or the device could end up in a “powered-down” state until you fix the button. I would advise that you get it cleaned by a professional. It might not be easy cleaning it up on your own, you could end up spoiling it.
So the next time your OPPO Reno 7 Pro 5G is acting up, you know exactly what to do. You can also comment down below on any other problems you might have noticed.