ASUS ROG PHONE 3 Posts on XDA

The ROG Phone 3 is finally getting its Android 11 update

The concept of gaming smartphones as we know them today has been with us for a few years, having been kickstarted with the Razer Phone. Bleeding-edge specifications and features to appease gamers and their needs have been at the forefront of the concept for these devices, and they've shifted a lot over the years. But...

ASUS rolls out new ZenUI updates to the ZenFone 8 & 6 and ROG Phone 5 & 3

ASUS is rolling out a bunch of software updates to its flagship smartphones. From the 2019 ZenFone 6 to the gaming-focused ROG Phone 3 and ROG Phone 5, to the latest and greatest ZenFone 8, all phones are being treated to a new ZenUI update. Most of these are minor updates, fixing bugs, improving stability,...

Customize the ROG Phone 2/3’s performance in any app with Armoury Crate Unleashed

Magisk Modules are a simple way to apply system-level mods to your device without having to get your hands dirty and make changes to system files manually. From an end user's perspective, all you have to do is download a module, enable it through the Magisk app, and then reboot your device for the changes...

ASUS ROG Phone 3’s second closed Android 11 beta fixes many annoying bugs

Last month, ASUS released the first Android 11 closed beta for the ROG Phone 3, allowing select users to try out the new software and help weed out the critical bugs. The company is now following up with the second installment that fixes many of the bugs and issues reported by the early adopters. ASUS ROG...

Custom kernel boosts the refresh rates of the ASUS ROG Phone II and ROG Phone 3

ASUS’s ROG smartphone lineup is quite popular among mobile gamers. With each generation of ROG phones, ASUS has continued to push the boundary of smartphone hardware. The recently released ROG Phone 5 is a prime example, offering a 6.78-inch 144Hz AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset, up to 18GB of RAM, a total 6,000mAh battery,...

ASUS releases new updates for the ROG Phone 5, ROG Phone 3, and ROG Phone II with security patches and bug fixes

ASUS' Republic of Gamers (ROG) smartphone lineup grows each year and has become increasingly popular among power users for the great hardware they offer. Following the release of the first closed beta build of Android 11 for the ROG Phone 3, ASUS is now rolling out a new stable channel build based on Android 10...

ASUS starts rolling out the first Android 11 beta to ROG Phone 3 testers

Google released the source code of Android 11 to the world back in September of last year. For a non-Pixel device, however, it can take some time to get this update depending on a company’s resources, their priorities, and their strategic decisions. Because of the amount of work it takes for OEMs to shape the...

ASUS is launching the ROG Phone 5 on March 10

ASUS is preparing to unleash its next gaming smartphone on the market, which is set to follow in the powerful footsteps of the ROG Phone 3. Yes, like OnePlus once did, ASUS is skipping the number “4” because its Chinese pronunciation sounds similar to the word “death.” The device will launch on March 10, as confirmed...

[Update 2: ROG Phone 3 Fix Rolling Out] Some ROG Phone 3 and ZenFone 7 owners are having issues with HD playback in Netflix

Some owners of the ASUS ROG Phone 3 and ZenFone 7/7 Pro have discovered that their devices have lost Widevine L1 status. As a result, they’re unable to play Netflix content in HD. Users have taken to ASUS’ forums to voice their complaints. Seems the issue has persisted over several weeks now with no signs of...

[Update: Leaked hands-on video] ASUS ROG Phone 4 could launch soon with 65W fast charging

ASUS was rumored to be working on a new ROG gaming smartphone for 2021 in collaboration with Qualcomm right before the launch of the Snapdragon 888. It was also speculated that the new smartphone would be unveiled by the end of 2020 followed by a launch in the first half of 2021. While that hasn’t...

XDA Awards – The Best Tech of 2020

Despite all the notable events this year, 2020 has been incredible for consumer tech, and more specifically, smartphones. A lot of companies went all out with their devices, flooding the market with great options catering to a wide variety of needs and wants. We at XDA have used a lot of these gadgets throughout the...

TWRP adds support for the ASUS ZenFone 7, ROG Phone 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (Exynos), and more

The TWRP custom recovery is an essential tool for Android enthusiasts who wish to install third-party software on their devices. With it, you can flash new custom ROMs, take full data backups, modify protected files, and do much more. But to do any of these things, you need to have a device that's officially supported...