At the Google I/O event a few days back, Google announced the upcoming Android 14 and all the features that will come with it. Soon after the event, the Android 14 Beta Program was announced for numerous Google partner devices, with iQOO 11 being one of the non-Pixel smartphones to receive the Android 14 beta update via the Beta Program.
Earlier, the Vivo X90 Pro received the Android 14 Beta update and now iQOO 11 has become the second Vivo smartphone eligible for the update.
The Android 14 update will come with a whole host of new and exciting features such as lock screen personalization, cinematic wallpapers, AI generator wallpapers, Find My Improvements, and numerous other useful features.
Download the beta firmware for iQOO 11
Early beta builds are for developers who are looking to test their apps on the newest beta or users who want to try out the latest features but are well aware of the risks. Installing the beta build will be quite easy but you have to pay extra attention to avoid any issues. As this is the first beta build, there might be many bugs in the update.
If you want to test the features of the new Android 14 via the beta program, you can do so without having to apply for the beta program. Instead, the process will include downloading the official firmware and directly installing it on your device. If you wish to try it on your iQOO 11, you should first download the firmware.
- iQOO 11 Android 14 Firmware via the Beta Program – Download
How to install Android 14 for iQOO 11 via the Beta Program
- Copy the firmware on your smartphone and ensure that you copy it to the root location
- Open Settings on your smartphone
- Head over to the System Update option and tap on the Gear icon
- Select the local upgrade before choosing the Firmware that you downloaded
- Then, tap on the Update Now button
- The firmware will automatically get extracted and installed on your iQOO 11
- Once it is installed, reboot your iQOO 11