Downgrade Vivo and iQOO from Android 14 to Android 13

Recently, Google officially released the latest iteration of the OS and it comes in the form of Android 14 Beta. Since then, many OEMs have quickly released their versions, including Vivo and iQOO. With Vivo and iQOO getting aboard the train, users have the opportunity to enjoy the first impression of the upcoming update.

Since the update is still in its beta testing phase, there will be a lot of bugs, issues, and performance instability present in the update. Further, it is also worth mentioning that not every app or game will be compatible with the new update.

This could make you regret why you download the update in the first place. The only way you can resolve this issue is by downgrading the OS.

If you’re a Vivo or iQOO user and you want to downgrade the firmware, then this guide will be perfect for you. In this guide, you will get to know how to downgrade Vivo and iQOO from Android 14 to Android 13.

Steps to downgrade Vivo and iQOO from Android 14 to Android 13

Downgrade Vivo and iQOO from Android 14 to Android 13

First, you will need to get hold of the downgrade firmware for your Vivo and iQOO devices. Here are the download links that will help you –

Android 13 Downgrade Firmwares

Note

You need to have the right downgrade file for your device, else you will end up with a bricked device. As of now we only have downgrade firmwares of 2 devices, Vivo X90 Pro and iQOO 11. Find your devices downgrade firmware then follow the guide. If you don’t have the downgrade firmware, you can’t downgrade your Vivo or iQOO device to Android 13.

Once you have downloaded the file, you will need to follow these instructions to downgrade Vivo and iQOO from Android 14 to Android 13 –

  • First, you need to transfer the Android 13 firmware to your smartphone’s Internal Storage
  • Then, head over to Settings -> About phone -> Tap on the version number seven times
  • After that, head over to Settings -> Software update -> choose settings in the top right
  • Now, you need to select the Android 13 firmware and hit install
  • Wait until the flashing begins
  • Once it is done, your device will be automatically booted to the updated OS
Aviral Sharma
Aviral Sharma
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Aviral Sharma is a talented and passionate writer who has been using words to express his thoughts ever since he learned how to hold a pen. He is passionate about outer space, history, sports, and most importantly, technology. Aviral has been a regular writer for rootmygalaxy for over 6 years and has been covering games and Android guides. He currently owns a Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, an iPhone 13, and a HP Pavilion laptop.

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