Some OnePlus 7 Pro users received a odd notification today

Kelley Robertson
July 2, 2019

They also pointed out that they use Google FCM (Firebase Cloud Messaging) for their push function and that your personal data is not at risk, nor did they get hacked.

Earlier today, several OnePlus 7 Pro users complained about receiving two unusual push notifications that contain a random series of letters. OnePlus first tweeted out a statement apologizing for the error and stating that it would investigate.

As soon as we noticed the mistake, we performed a round of in-depth investigations with the related teams to identify the cause. Due to an error during the testing process, we accidentally pushed a routine test message to some of our OnePlus 7 Pro OxygenOS users. Tapping on any of the 2 push notifications only created more ruckus as it reportedly tried opening a webpage but it couldn't open.

If you got a odd OnePlus push notification on Monday, you're not alone. The company sent out two separate notifications with random letters.

So, if you were alarmed to see a pair of notifications on your phone that didn't make any sense, it sounds like you can breathe a sigh of relief. That tweet doesn't really delve into specifics, merely saying that the push notifications were mistakenly sent to some OnePlus 7 Pro users and ending on the promise of more information to follow.

You can excuse OnePlus 7 Pro owners if they seem a bit confused today.

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