Apart from LG, Vivo is one of the slowest OEMs to push major Android updates for its smartphones. Earlier, the brand has released the Android 11 Beta 1 for the iQOO 3 and the Vivo Nex 3S. While everyone is in the works of pushing Beta 3 update, Vivo has started rolling out Beta 2 for these two devices.
FYI, the beta versions are meant for developers to adapt their apps to the latest version. However, there are no restrictions for installing the update. Anyone can install the update and even can rollback to Android 10. Unlike other devices, both the installation and rollback is so easy.
Currently, Vivo mentions only two bugs that are related to the battery level indicator and Vivo Wallet. In iQOO 3 battery level indicator is blocked by the punch hole camera. While in Nex 3S, the users cannot use the Vivo Wallet feature. Here is the official changelog from the brand.
The power percentage display in the upper right corner of iQOO3 is obscured by the front camera.
NEX 3S cannot use the Vivo wallet.
Download Beta 2 and Rollback file from here for iQOO 3 and Vivo Nex 3S!
- iQOO 3 4G/5G (India) – Update Package | Rollback Package
- iQOO 3 5G (China) – Update Package | Rollback Package
- Vivo Nex 3S (China) – Update Package | Rollback Package
How to install Android 11 Beta 2 in iQOO & Nex 3S!
Please note that the installation method is same for both the devices
- Download and copy the Android 11 Beta 2 into your root storage of iQOO & Nex.
- Now navigate to the place where you have downloaded and kept safe
- After this, now tap on the Android 11 Beta 2 package, then you will receive a prompt window that will contain the “Update now” option. Click on that to install the new update
- Wait for a few minutes, the installation will be finished.
Sometimes after installing the new Android 11 Beta 2 update, some of you guys may be unhappy with that. Vivo allows you guys to downgrade into Android 10. Unlike other OEMs, where the downgrading procedure is bit heavy, Vivo’s step is very simple.
How to downgrade into Android 10 from Android 11!
- Download and copy the downgrade package to the root directory of your device.
- Navigate to that file, and click on the package. It will start removing the Beta version once the verification comes to an end.
- Please leave the phone for 5 to 10 minutes. So, the phone will be reboot after the procedure finishes.
Do let us know if you have finished installing the same on your device.