ColorOS 11 (Android 11) Stable Update for Oppo A5 2020 & A9 2020 is now available

Last month, Oppo began testing ColorOS 11 (Android 11) Stable Update for Oppo A5 2020 & A9 2020, which is now accessible. The stable update (Oppo refers to it as the official version) for two handsets has now been issued. This month, the device will receive its second big OS upgrade, and Oppo has kept its word by releasing it on schedule. With a slew of new features, upgrades, and fixes, the current version is now available for download. Everything regarding the Oppo A5 2020 and Oppo A9 2020 ColorOS 11 Update can be found here.

In terms of availability, the update is accessible in India and Indonesia for both phones. The update is not available for the Oppo A5 2020 and Oppo A9 2020 3GB models for some reason. It should be accessible within the next several days. If you’re using a different variety and wish to obtain the update on your phone, make sure it’s running one of these two software versions: C.75 / C.76. Because this is a substantial upgrade, it necessitates the sideloading of a large amount of data.

FlexDrop, Oppo Sans font, three-finger gesture to translate from Google Lens, Nearby Sharing, Super Power Saving Mode, and a bevy of customizations to the Dark Mode, Always-For Display, Wallpapers, Ringtones, and Icons are all included in the ColorOS 11 stable update on Oppo A5 2020 and A9 2020. Users can obviously use Android 11 essential features after sideloading the update. We may also anticipate a monthly security patch upgrade.

ColorOS 11 (Android 11) Stable Update for Oppo A5 2020 & A9 2020

If your Oppo A5 2020 or Oppo A9 2020 is running the C.75 / C.76 software version, you’ll get the update through OTA shortly. If your phone is running an earlier version, make sure you upgrade it to the most recent version. Once the OTA has reached your device, you may sideload the update, which will raise your smartphone’s build number to F.03.

If you didn’t receive the OTA message, make sure to manually check system updates by going to Settings > System Update and looking for new updates.

I recommend making a comprehensive backup of vital data and charging your smartphone to at least 50% before upgrading.

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