OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro smartphones launched with some of the new features than the previous generation. While the OnePlus 7 Pro features up to 12GB of RAM, a 4,000 mAh battery, and fluid AMOLED display. The device also offers the 90Hz refresh rate, an in-display fingerprint sensor, triple rear camera setup, selfie pop-up camera, etc. It becomes much faster and smoother than the OnePlus 6T handset. However, the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro runs on Android Pie over OxygenOS 9 out-of-the-box, will soon get the Android Q Beta update. But if in case, OnePlus 7 Pro stops responding then what will you do? In order to fix this issue, you need to restart your device at first. Here is the guide provided on How to force reboot OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro.
Now, you may ask why the force reboot? It’s only because of that the device is unresponsive and the screen also. So, in that case, all you need to do is reboot your device forcefully. You need to use hardware keys to fix the not responding issue.
Steps to Force Reboot OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro
Follow the steps mentioned below to force reboot your OnePlus 7/7 Pro handset easily without touching the screen.
- Press and hold the Power button of your OnePlus 7/7 Pro. Hold for almost 10 seconds to turn off your device completely.
- Now, restart your device again normally by pressing and holding the power button for a few seconds. The device will boot up again successfully and now you can able to use your OnePlus 7 Pro or OnePlus 7 device.
- If in case it doesn’t boot up, press and holds the Power button once again (don’t release your finger) till the device vibrates and the OnePlus logo appears on the screen.
- You’re good to go.
Steps to Prevent from Not Responding Issue in the Future
That’s quite hard to say whether your device won’t face any responding issue. However, the OnePlus 7 series smartphones are powered by the latest flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC and paired with decent RAM configurations. Any of the electrical gadgets can get an error or stopped working at any time. You can’t do anything with that. But that does not happen normally. The Android 9 Pie and OxygenOS 9 both are crafted for stable and lag-free performance. You don’t need to worry about the performance.
You need to check your device storage and app installation memory at first. If your device consuming more RAM and background processes from the internal storage, it may get start lagging. Check your document and media folders as well and try to move to an external storage or cloud storage for more free storage and RAM space.