New Update on May 16, 2021: Oppo rolled the April 2021 security patch with software version CPH1969EX_11_C.36.
New Update on March 28, 2021: Today Oppo F11 Pro received February 2021 security patch with software version CPH1969EX_11_C.35. The update also brings improvements and bug fixes.
New Update on February 06, 2021: Today Oppo F11 Pro received February 2021 security patch with software version CPH1969_11_F.06/ CPH1969EX_11_F.06. The update also brings improvements and bug fixes.
New Update on December 07, 2020: Oppo F11 received November 2020 security patch update with software version CPH1969EX_11_C.33. The update is still based on Android 10, and not the latest Android 11 (ColorOS 11).
New Update on August 18, 2020: Today Oppo F11 Pro received July 2020 security patch with software version CPH1969_11_A.46. The update brings nothing new except a curity patch.
New Update on July 17, 2020: Today Oppo rolled the 2020 security patch update on top of Android 9.0 Pie with version CPH1969EX_11_A.45.
New Update on June 07, 2020: Oppo F11 Pro received June 2020 security patch on top of Android 10 update with software version CPH1969EX_11_C.24. This update also fixes the pop-up camera sound issues.
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New Update on June 07, 2020: Today Oppo rolled May 2020 security patch for Oppo F11 Pro with version CPH1969EX_11_C.23. The update also brings stability and performance improvement.
Updated on May 20, 2020: After receiving the official Android 10 update, Oppo has started pushing the latest May 2020 Patch for Oppo F11 Pro that comes with a build number of CPH1969EX_11_C.22 based on Android 10. Currently, the firmware OTA (FOTA) update is live for the device globally. So, all the keen Oppo F11 Pro users can easily get the latest update here.
Updated on March 9, 2020: Oppo F11 Pro received a new security patch for February 2020 month with build number CPH1969EX_11_A.42. The update is rolling via OTA (over the air) and will soon reach every user. It is based on Android 9.0 Pie under ColorOS 6.7 UI skin. If you haven’t received this update, then make sure to check for the OTA update manually.
As we know, the OTA update carries in a phase-wise manner, it may take a week or a month to complete the rollout process for every user base. If you haven’t received the update, then either you can check for the update manually or install the firmware manually. To install the firmware manually, you need to download the firmware with the same build number on your device.
Currently, Oppo F11 Pro is receiving February 2020 Security patch level and there are no major changes apart from bug fixes and improvements. The latest OTA update weighs approximately 250mb in size, it may vary based on whether or not you installed the last iteration.
Downloads and Changelog:
·Added the December 2020 Android security patches to enhance system security
·Quick Games: Your opponent will be randomly selected in certain battle games.
• Fixed an issue with “Dual clock” where tapping the weather information for your current location would redirect you to the wrong weather page.[Security]
• Added the September 2020 Android security patch to enhance system security.
·Added the July 2020 Android security patch to enhance system security.
|CPH1969EX_11_C.23||Improve the performance and stability of the device|
Firmware link: Download
Firmware link: Download
Check Software Update on Oppo F11 Pro?
We already have a guide on how to check software updates manually on the Oppo device. You can follow either the video protocol or you just simply go into Settings > System > System Update.
If the latest patch update is available on your device, you can download and install it on your device. Additionally, make sure to connect your phone to Wi-Fi and keep charged more than 60% at least.
How to install Oppo F11 Pro update manually
Before going to the firmware installation process, let’s follow the requirements and download the firmware file as well.
- This OTA file is exclusive for Oppo F11 Pro and your device should be using the Stock Firmware.
- Take a full backup of phone data to keep it safe.
- You need to download and install Oppo USB Drivers
- The battery should be charged up to 60%.
That’s it, guys. We hope that you’ve found this helpful. Feel free to ask in the comments below for any queries.