(Download and install) Android 14 for iQOO 11
During Google I/O on May 10, Google announced a variety of new features for Android 14. After the event, several Google partner devices were announced as being eligible for the Android 14 beta program. Android 14 beta is being released early for the iQOO 11 handset, which is a non-Pixel phone.
Vivo’s second smartphone to qualify for the early Android 14 beta program is the iQOO. Vivo’s X90 Pro has also been updated with Android 14 beta, which you can find here along with the iQOO 11.
Android 14 has a bunch of new features such as lock screen personalization, AI-generated wallpapers, cinematic wallpapers, and Find My improvements. For more information on Android 14, you can check out our detailed Android 14 guide.
You can follow the procedure I will describe below if you own an iQOO 11 and want to test Android 14. It is recommended only for developers and users who are familiar with manual installation. It is also important to note that this is the first Android 14 beta build for the iQOO 11, so there may be some major and minor bugs.
Download Android 14 Beta Firmware for iQOO 11
A trial of Android 14 doesn’t require you to apply or complete any forms. The only thing you need to do is install the Android 14 beta package and firmware. It is therefore important to first download the official package for your iQOO 11. Here is a link to the firmware that you can download.
Installing beta firmware will delete your device’s data, so take a backup before installing it
You should at least have a 50% charge on your phone
You should have a minimum of 5GB of free space on your phone
iQOO 11 Android 14 Beta Installation Guide
You need to copy the downloaded Android 14 firmware onto your phone. The file must be in the root directory, meaning it should not be inside any folders.
Go to your phone’s Settings.
Tap on the Gear icon under System Update.
Choosing Local Update, selecting Firmware, and clicking Update Now will take you to the next page.
Please wait for the process of extracting and installing the firmware to complete.
Reboot your phone once the installation is complete.
The next beta will be delivered to you via OTA as soon as it becomes available. Can you tell me if you’re interested in Android 14’s beta? Please let us know how the beta goes if you decide to install it.