How to download and Install Android 14 Beta 1 on OnePlus 11

While OnePlus has rightfully been criticized for its decision to ditch its in-house OxygenOS in favor of ColorOS, it cannot be denied that it has considerably improved the speed of update rollout.

There’s no better way to support this than by stating the fact that OnePlus 11 has already been blessed with the Android 14 OS build. This update comes in the form of Android 14 Beta 1 update. As a result, you can now welcome numerous intriguing goodies and several under-the-hood enhancements.

Even though the update is still in the beta stage, you can easily download and install this update to get your hands on the features of the upcoming Android 14 update.

Download Android 14 Beta 1 for OnePlus 11

Here are the links you can use for downloading the different Android 14 Beta 1 releases for your OnePlus 11 –

How to install the Android 14 beta update

How to download and Install Android 14 Beta 1 on OnePlus 11

Install Android 14 Beta 1 on OnePlus 11 (NA)

  • Download the firmware from the links mentioned above and transfer it to your device
  • Download and install the OnePlus Updater app
  • Open the app and tap the top right gear icon before selecting the firmware
  • Installation will begin and once it is done, you should Restart

Install Android 14 Beta 1 on OnePlus 11 (EU and IN)

  • Download the firmware from the links mentioned above and transfer it to your device
  • Head over to Settings -> About device -> Version -> Click on Build number 7 times to enable Developer Options
  • Return to Settings -> About device -> Up to date -> Click the top right button -> Local Install
  • Choose the firmware -> Extract -> Upgrade to begin the installation
  • Once it is done, you should click Restart
  • Your smartphone will reboot to the newly installed OS

Image Credit: OnePlus Community

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