Oppo starts pushing the Android 14 Beta for Oppo Find N2 Flip

With many OEMs rolling out the Android 14 Beta updates for their smartphones, more and more users are getting to try this update. The Android 14 Beta has been released for more than a dozen smartphones including the OnePlus 11, Nothing Phone 1, Lenovo Tab Extreme, Xiaomi 12T, Vivo X90 Pro, Xiaomi 13 Pro, iQOO 11, and Pixel smartphones. Now, Oppo has started testing Android 14 for its latest foldable device – the Oppo Find N2 Flip. The beta update is out for tests and if you’re looking to get your hands on the update, then this guide will help you with that.

Changelog for the new beta update for Oppo Find N2 Flip

According to the changelog, the Android 14 comes with features including new smart scaling, predictive back gestures, better battery life, security enhancements, satellite connectivity, restrict access for photos and videos, and more.

As per the details, the Android 14 Beta update will be based on the OEM’s forthcoming skin – ColoroS 14. Oppo claims that this build is best suited for developers and advanced users. However, since this is the first beta build, you might encounter a few bugs. Moreover, it is recommended that you don’t install it on your primary device.

Download and install the Android 14 Beta for Oppo Find N2 Flip

Oppo starts pushing the Android 14 Beta for Oppo Find N2 Flip

The Android 14 Beta access has been made available for three markets including India, Thailand, and Malaysia. You will have to manually install the beta build on your device and the OEM has shared the links to downgrade files, which will help if you want to return to stable ColorOS 13-based Android 13.

Note

Before you install the update, you should ensure that you take a backup of important data, you can do so by navigating to Settings -> Additional Settings -> Back up and Migrate -> Local Backup -> New Backup -> Done. Then, you can go to Oppo’s developer site to download the beta and install the update.

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