Two months ago, Oppo originally started testing its latest skin – ColorOS 11 on the Oppo A53 via early access program. After testing a few beta builds, the company has kicked-off the stable ColorOS 11 based Android 11 update for Oppo A53. The smartphone was officially announced back in August 2020 with ColorOS 7.2 based Android 10 OS. Now it’s a time for Oppo A53 users to get access of the first major OS upgrade – the Android 11 update. Here you can check everything about Oppo A53 Android 11 Stable Update.
The stable build is available in two regions – India and Indonesia. Oppo recommend users to upgrade their device to A.77 / A.81 software version to get access to the stable (Oppo calls it official version) update. Hopefully, it will be available in other regions in the coming days. As this is the first major OS upgrade it weighs higher than usual builds, yes, it requires a big chunk of data for installation. I suggest you to connect your smartphone to a stable Wi-Fi network.
In terms of features and changes, then the official version of ColorOS 11 (Android 11) update carry features like FlexDrop, Oppo Sans font, three-finger gesture to translate from Google Lens, Nearby Sharing, Super Power Saving Mode, and a slew of customizations to the Dark Mode, Always-On Display, Wallpapers, Ringtones, and Icons. Obviously, users can also access the essential features of Android 11 after sideloading the update. We can also expect improvements in security and privacy.
Oppo A53 Android 11 Stable Update
Oppo A53 owners running on A.77 or A.81 software version can easily update their device to newer Android 11 update. Once you’ve updated your smartphone the software version will change to C.12. While, if your phone is running on the older version, make sure to update it to the newer one. Before installing the new update, make sure to charge your smartphone to at least 50% and also take a backup of important data.
In case your phone is running on newer software and you didn’t receive the OTA notification, then try to check it manually by moving to the Settings app > System > Software Update.
- Make sure to charge your Oppo A53 to at least 50%.
- Take a full backup of your device data
- There can be some bugs as it is still in beta testing
Here’s how you can update your Oppo A53 to ColorOS 11 Stable Update.
- At first, head over to the Settings > Software Update.
- Click on the gear icon available at the top right corner > Official Version Application.
- Tap on ColorOS 11 Stable > Download Now.
- That’s it.
After downloading the update, you can reboot your smartphone, once done, you can start using your Oppo A53 on ColorOS 11 based Android 11 update.
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3 thoughts on “Oppo pushes ColorOS 11 based Android 11 Stable Update to Oppo A53”
Is there anywhere I can manually download the firmware in their ozip format? In the UK, I want to update the firmware manually in recovery to get it earlier. Thanks.
For now, there’s no way to sideload it manually, ozip is also not available yet. I hope Oppo will expand roll out to other countries in the coming days, so you need to wait for a few more days.
Thank you, Haneet for your reply, I have only just noticed your reply.
I’d hoped I would have received the update by now but still no luck even after updating to the India firmware and using a vpn to try and trick it into getting it earlier. Guess I’ll just have to wait again.