OPPO N1 Posts on XDA

Device Review: Oppo N1

It’s been a little over a year since Oppo made its entry into the smartphone market with devices like the Oppo Find 5. Previous devices have been very well received and reviewed. Can we say the same of their newest offering, the Oppo N1? Check out the video review or keep reading to find out.

How to Root, Install TWRP, and Install OmniROM Nightly on the Oppo N1 – XDA Developer TV

In this episode, XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan shows you how to root your Oppo N1. The Oppo N1 is hot news in the Android ecosystem. It is the device that is pushing the limit of phone size, and some say even phablet size. This thing is huge. But as usual at XDA, we must root...

AT&T/T-Mobile Moto X Gets Android 4.4, Oppo N1 Easily Rooted, Sony Expands KitKat Rollout – XDA Developer TV

The T-Mobile and AT&T variants of the Moto X get Android 4.4 KitKat, hitting the public not long after it was released for the Verizon model! That and much more news is covered by Jordan, as he reviews all the important stories from this weekend. Included in this week's news is the announcement that Sony is...

Jcase Lets You Root Your Oppo N1 with Only an APK

Earlier today, we covered a relatively simple root method for the Oppo N1. Unfortunately, however, that root method wasn't exactly ideal, as it used the kingoroot root method to do the heavy lifting. And in addition to the potential hazards of that approach, it offered no real advantages over installing TWRP by Senior Recognized Developer Dees_Troy and then flashing...

TWRP Now Available for the Oppo N1

Earlier today, we gave the Oppo N1 a place in our forum. That's with good reason, as the company has continually demonstrated a rather healthy willingness to work with the aftermarket development community. This has lead to impressive early work by developers such as XDA Senior Recognized Developer XpLoDWilD. And now, another piece of the puzzle has fallen into place. Earlier...

Forums Added for the Moto G and Oppo N1

We added a couple of new forums today for a pair of very intriguing devices. First up is the Moto G. This recently released device doesn't exactly have flagship aspirations. Its $179 off-contract asking price isn't really targeting the midrange either. Rather, this is meant to be a phone for the masses. But unlike most other...