For all OPPO smartphones
Note: Back up your data before doing an update. Although OTA Update doesn't require to back up your data, it still best to make backing up data a practice every time you update anything on your phone. Make it a habit at any time.
Plug your OPPO phone into power, or keep the battery level over 40%.
Do not operate or power off your device during the process.
FOR UPDATE OPPO SMARTPHONES:
- Automatic OTA update
1. - Connect to a working Wi-Fi or Mobile network. The system will automatically show new update if any.
You can see a notification on the "System updates" icon, otherwise, it will show "It is already the latest version".
2.- Download the firmware. Download under a Wi-Fi network to avoid the consumption of your mobile data.
3. - Tap [System Updates]. Your device will reboot and start updating, which will take a few minutes.
- Manually OTA update.
1.- Go to settings menu.
2.- Scroll to the bottom of this screen, and select “About phone”
3.- Select the “System updates” option.
4.- Select the “Yes” option.
5.- The device will check the battery charge level and may ask you to further charge.
- Other ways you can update the software of your device:
Update Software with an SD Card (Recovery Update), (advanced mode)
Important!! ... Back up your data.
Update with SD card is mainly used if the phone freezes at a certain interface or OPPO logo, or can't boot but can get into Recovery Mode.
1.- Go to OPPO Official Website > Click Support > Software Updates,
download the firmware to the root directory of your SD Card (A root directory is a top-most directory in the SD
Card file systems).
2.- Insert your SD card, then power off the phone.
3.- Press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons, until your phone enters Recovery Mode.
4.- Under the Recovery Mode, tap [Install from storage device] > [Install from SD], find the update package.
5.- Tap the firmware. A confirmation message will appear on your screen. Tap Yes.
Your device will reboot and start updating, which will take some time.