Many users of Oppo Find X2/X2 Pro have updated their devices to Android 11 Beta build but as we all know this update is a beta version and contains various bugs and not enough to be used as a daily driver. So here we are with a comprehensive Rollback guide on How to Downgrade Oppo Find X2/X2 Pro to Android 10 from Android 11
After releasing and testing out numerous developer preview builds of Android 11, Google released the Android first Beta build for its Pixel devices and later many OEMs started releasing Android 11 Beta (AOSP) for their devices. Oppo Find X2 and X2 Pro also support the Android 11 Beta version.
Why you shouldn’t Install Android 11 Beta and stick to Android 10 for now
And I have mentioned it above, the current update is still in beta which means there may be bugs so we don’t recommend users to flash any beta update unless they have another primary device to use. These earlier Android 11 Beta are purely made for Pixel phones and other OEMs will work on the update and will release skinned version of Android 11 (example: One UI or MIUI) for their devices.
Steps downgrade to Oppo Find X2/Find X2 ProAndroid 10 from Android 11 (Complete Roll Back)
Check out all the requirements and download links below for a successful firmware downgrade on your Android device.
Download Downgrade Android Q Firmware
- Backup your device as the downgrading process will wipe your system completely. [Create & Restore Nandroid Backup]
- Follow the guide only if you want to go back to the Android 10 (Q) from Android 11 (R).
- Obviously, an unlocked bootloader.
- Enable USB Debugging and OEM Unlocking on your handset.
- A PC/Laptop and a USB Data Cable are required.
- Download and Install Android ADB & Fastboot SDK Platform Tools for Windows/Mac/Linux.
- Make sure your device has more than 50% battery.
- Install Oppo USB Drivers for Your PC
Steps to Rollback
- It’s very easy and simple to follow. First, download the rollback firmware from the download section above.
- Now copy the firmware file to your device’s root folder
- Open the Filemanager on your smartphone and navigate to the firmware file you just copied
- Now tap on the firmware file (If ask for data erasion or any other permission, allow it). Once done, it will start the flashing process
- Just wait for the rollback to complete.
We hope you’ve successfully downgraded to Android 10 from Android 11 (R) by following this guide.
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