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

Last month, Oppo started testing its newest skin – ColorOS 11 on the Oppo A5 2020 and Oppo A9 2020. Now the company has released the stable update (Oppo calls it official version) for two handsets. The device is slated to get its second major OS upgrade this month and Oppo has fulfilled its promise by releasing it on time. The latest update goes official with a flurry of new features, improvements, and fixes. Here you can check everything about Oppo A5 2020 and Oppo A9 2020 ColorOS 11 Update.

Talking about the availability, then the update for both phones is available in India and Indonesia. For some reason, the update is not available for the 3GB variants of both Oppo A5 2020 and Oppo A9 2020. We can expect it will be available in the coming days. If you’re using any other variant and want to get the update on your smartphone, then make sure that your smartphone runs on any of these two software versions C.75 / C.76. As it is a major update, it requires a chunk of data for sideloading.

In terms of features and changes, then the ColorOS 11 stable build on Oppo A5 2020 and A9 2020 bags 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 upgraded monthly security patch.

Oppo A5 2020 and Oppo A9 2020 Android 11 Update

If your Oppo A5 2020 or Oppo A9 2020 is running on C.75 / C.76 software version, then you’ll receive the update over-the-air very soon. While, if your phone is running on the older version, make sure to update it to the newer one. Once OTA will reach your device you can sideload the update on your device, it will bump up the build number of your smartphone to F.03.

If you didn’t receive the OTA notification, then make sure to check system updates manually by heading over to the Settings > System Update, then check the new updates.

Before updating, I recommend you to take a complete backup of important data and also charge your smartphone to at least 50%.

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