Download: OPPO Find X2 and Find X2 Pro receive Android 11 Beta 1 build with ColorOS 7.2
Android 11 Beta 1 represents the first set of Android 11 builds that are being made available to users beyond the supported Google Pixels. Several OEMs have come forward to officially offer Betas for their Qualcomm Snapdragon 865-powered flagships. OnePlus released Beta 1 builds for the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro; Xiaomi has offered builds for the Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and the POCO F2 Pro / Redmi K30 Pro 5G; and Vivo has released Android 11 Beta builds for the Vivo Nex 3S 5G and iQOO 3. OPPO had promised to release builds for the OPPO Find X2 and Find X2 Pro, and the phones are now onboard the Android 11 hype train with official Android 11 Beta 1 builds with ColorOS 7.2.
As promised, the new Beta builds for the current generation flagships come with ColorOS user experience on top, which is a different approach than what the other participating OEMs have taken by shipping AOSP-based builds. OPPO further notes that GMS apps will be replacing the OEM apps in case of duplicate functions.
Download Android 11 Beta 1 for the OPPO Find X2 series
You can download Android 11 Beta 1 from the following links. We also recommend keeping the rollback files handy:
Keep in mind that both the steps below will completely wipe your device.
To flash the Android 11 Beta builds, follow the instructions below:
- Download the specific update file for your phone from the links given above.
- Copy the file to the root directory (aka the base directory) of your phone’s internal storage.
- Power off your device.
- Press and hold Power + Volume Down. This will boot your phone into recovery mode.
- In Recovery Mode, select “Install from storage” > Select the update file > “Install”.
- Let the update install. This will take a few minutes. Do not interrupt the process.
- Once the success message displays on-screen, reboot your phone.
To roll back to Android 10 with ColorOS 7, follow the instructions below:
- Download the specific rollback file for your phone from the links given above.
- Copy the file to your phone’s internal storage.
- With the File Manager app, locate the file that you have copied.
- Click on the file. Follow through the prompts on the screen to downgrade.
Let us know your experience with the new release in the comments below!