Oppo begins the ColorOS 12 Beta Program for Oppo F19, F19s, A74, and A95

Recently, Oppo started sharing the ColorOS 12 Beta and official version plans for the second quarter of 2022. According to the roadmap, four Oppo handsets are set to receive the Android 12-based ColorOS 12 Update through the Beta Program. The four devices to receive the Beta Program are Oppo F19, Oppo F19s, Oppo A74, and Oppo A95. As this is still a Beta Update, the interested users need to apply for the program to test Android 12 on their Oppo devices. There is a limited quota of 5,000 users for each device. This essentially means that just 5,000 users will be able to apply for the program with the last date of joining being April 8th.

Oppo starts recruitment for ColorOS 12 Beta Program

The ColorOS 12 Beta Program for Oppo F19 and F19s has been started in India while the Beta Program for Oppo A74 and A95 has gone live in Indonesia. If you’re an Oppo A95 user and you want to participate in the ColorOS 12 Beta Program, then your device should run on A.09 while for the other three devices, the required version will be A.23.

Remember, there are only 5,000 seats per device available in the Beta Program. If you get selected, you will receive the update within 3 days. Before you update your device, ensure that you take a full backup of the data and charge your device to at least 60%.

How to apply for the ColorOS 12 Beta Program?

Oppo begins the ColorOS 12 Beta Program for Oppo F19, F19s, A74, and A95

As it is still a Beta Update, there could be a few bugs here and there. This is why you shouldn’t install this update on your primary device unless you’re okay with bugs. If you’re looking to try ColorOS 12 Beta version on your Oppo device, then you can apply for the program by following these steps.

  1. Make sure that your Oppo device is running on the required firmware (A.09 for Oppo A95 and A.23 for Oppo A74, Oppo F19, and Oppo F19s).
  2. Open the Settings app on your device.
  3. Head over to the Software Update section and then click on the gear icon at the top-right corner.
  4. Tap on Apply for Beta Version -> Update Beta Version.
  5. Enter the required details before submitting the application.
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