After the many problems with Bluetooth caused by Android 8.0 Oreo, now some users are finding problems with WiFi. Specifically, with the use of mobile data while connected to a WiFi network.
Android Oreo not only supposed a novelty by the name, a return to the names of brands to name a version of Android. Oreo also introduced interesting news. New features such as floating window mode, or security improvements that check the applications that we install. We tell you everything you need to know in this article.
However, and unfortunately, Oreo has not only been good things for smartphones that have already been updated. For example, nothing else to update many found new problems in the Bluetooth connections. And they would not be the only errors that have reached the final version of Oreo, because users have found new problems with WiFi connections and mobile networks.
Unexpected mobile data charges in Android 8.0 Oreo
Some Android have the function of alternating between mobile networks and WiFi depending on which is the best connection. But, in one way or another, Android Oreo is causing problems with this type of connections. To be exact, it would be causing exorbitant consumption in connections to mobile networks when we are connected to a WiFi network.
This is a problem when the vast majority of users have limited mobile connections. Some users pay for how much they use mobile networks, and others are left with a slow connection when they reach a limit. This exorbitant expense would cause users to have to pay more on the invoice at the end of the month, or for a month with a slow connection.
A Reddit user affected during the night would have contacted Google to ask, and the customer service team says they are working on solving the problem. Other users claim to have suffered while watching YouTube videos.
Meanwhile, the best solution to ensure – if we are in Oreo – is to turn off mobile data while we only use WiFi.