Recently the Chinese manufacturer Oppo released the OPPO A12 targeting the mid-range mobile market which is quite over-crowded with mobile phones. The device has a lot going for it, from specs to features and design. The Oppo A12 comes with some great specs like Helio P series Octa-core SoC, Dual camera setup and a huge 4230 mAh battery which make it worth consideration.
Just like any device, the Oppo A12 comes on-board with software which runs the device known as stock ROM or firmware flash file. If you own an Oppo A12 (CPH2083 ) and for some reason looking for the Stock ROM file of the device, then we have got you covered here? The latest Stock ROM Version is now made available for download. The firmware is based on Android Os. The firmware is for Qualcomm powered variant of the device only. The Firmware file is large in size so make sure you are connected to a stable WiFi connection while downloading the firmware.
If you are new to the Android ecosystem then let me tell you, stock ROM as the name suggests is the stock or pre-installed firmware which comes with the device. The firmware is developed by the manufacturer for a specific device. So you can’t flash any Stock ROM on your Android device. Every device’s Stock ROM is different. They may be based on Google’s same Android source code but they are different.
There are reasons why users need to flash the Stock Firmware or ROM back on their device. With time users end up downloading hundreds and hundreds of apps which makes the device slow and if they user downloads any wrong app from play store or other unknown sources then the app may slow down the device. The common thing to do in that case is to remove those bad apps but sometimes this doesn’t work and the only thing which a user can do is flashing back the Stock Firmware and restore the device to factory settings.
Oppo A12 Specification
Oppo A12 comes equipped with a decent size 6.2-inch IPS LCD screen with a screen resolution of 720×1520 pixels and 19:9 aspect ratio. There is a waterdrop notch which houses the front camera. Driving the Oppo A12 is an octa-core MediaTek Helio P35 (MT6765) processor coupled with 3GB/4 GB RAM and 64 GB of internal storage which can be expanded up to 256 GB via microSD card through a dedicated SD card slot.
Now coming to the camera department the device sports a dual rear camera which is consists of a 13MP primary sensor and a 2MP depth sensor. On the front side, there is an 8MP camera which resides inside the water-drop notch. The Oppo A12 runs ColorOS 6.1.2 over the top of Android 9 Pie.
The device has all the connectivity options like Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, GPS, Bluetooth v5.00, 3G, and 4G (with support for Band 40 employed by some LTE networks in India) with active 4G on both SIM cards. The company has taken care of all the important sensors on the device as well.
- Make sure the battery percentage is more than 60%.
- Install the Oppo Mobile Drivers on your PC.
- Install ADB & Fastboot drivers on your computer. Guide – Quickest Way To Install Android ADB and Fastboot (with drivers) on Windows or How to Install ADB and Fastboot on Mac or Linux
- Now, Enable the Developer option. Guide – How to Enable Developer Options & USB Debugging on Android
- Create a full backup on your device How to Backup Important Data On Android (Non-rooted users)
- Download and install the Android USB Driver on your PC.
You can either follow the QPST Tool method or QFIL Tool method in order to install the Stock ROM on your Oppo A12 device.
- CPH2083_11_A.35: Download (Firmware Flash File)
Installation: OPPO A12 CPH2083 Firmware Flash File
- First, download the right firmware flash file from the download section above
- Now you can follow our dedicated guide below to flash the firmware on your device
We hope this guide will help you a lot. For any queries, you can comment below.
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