The new OnePlus 9 phones have come into the market packed with features like the SD 888 chipset, 120Hz Fluid AMOLED display and the Hasselblad camera. But one feature of the smartphones' seems to have been replaced with another without including it in any announcements. The feature in question is File Dash. The recently launched flagship series has adopted Google's Nearby Share in place of File Dash. The default OnePlus File Manager does not show the File Dash option, several buyers of the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro complained on Reddit. The company also confirmed the same in a statement to XDA, which means that File Dash has been ditched in favour of the Nearby Share. For File Dash to work and transfer files wirelessly, the sender and the receiver both had to be OnePlus phones . The company may have thought implementing a more universal solution would be better for a OnePlus phone. The Nearby Share feature can be found by going to Settings, then "Device Connections", and from there to "Nearby Share" to transfer their files to some other phone wirelessly. Or else, they could take the older route by using Bluetooth. With the Google Nearby Share having… Read full this story
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