OPPO has announced today that the Reno8 Pro model is already accepting registrations for the second round of ColorOS 14 x Android 14 public beta. The registration period runs from December 7 to December 11.
Verify that the latest basic version (13.1.185 or 13.10.184) has been installed on the mobile device (to find the version number, go to Settings > About this machine > Version information > Version number);
Before you see “Mobile phone name,” go to “Settings > About this machine > Top version information.” Press the “Settings” icon in the top right corner of your screen. From there, navigate to the “Early Adopter App” and select “Upgrade Public Beta.” Apply by following the on-screen instructions.
The review is scheduled to be completed in batches within 5 business days following the end of the recruitment period. To access the review findings, please use the early adopter app interface on your mobile device. Following the completion of the review, the version will be released in stages.
OPPO wants people to know that Android 14 isn’t compatible with a lot of popular third-party apps. You can have issues with crashes, freezes, black screens, power usage, and more after updating to Android 14. Before doing anything further, users should see if the app can be updated to the most recent version through the App Store.
Also, the system will run several optimization and adaption tasks in the background within two days following the upgrade, which could lead to rapid power consumption, freezing, and overheating of the phone. Before restarting the phone after upgrading, customers are advised to switch off the screen and let it charge for at least 2 hours. Alternatively, it should recover automatically after some normal use.
From November 8th until the 10th, OPPO Reno8 Pro smartphones will be available for public beta testing of ColorOS 14. This recruiting is open to users who have not yet caught up. Custom application refresh rates, privacy watermarks, file transfer stations, new mobile phone moving, device space, photo selectors, and more are all part of ColorOS 14’s public beta version.