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How to Rollback Oneplus 7, 7Pro, 7T, 7T Pro From OxygenOS 12.1 to OxygenOS 11

How to Rollback Oneplus 7, 7Pro, 7T, 7T Pro From OxygenOS 12.1 to OxygenOS 11

Oneplus 7 & 7T series already received Official OxygenOS 12.1 Beta update. People may not find it stable enough to use it as daily driver or some users might not like the user interface of OxygenOS 12.1. So, Here you can easily rollback to OxygenOS 11 with Official Rollback Packages.

Rollback Guide 

Note: This downgrade method might erase all the contents of the phone, please be sure to backup first.

Note: After downgrading to Android 11, some applications might be lost. You can upgrade to the latest Oxygen OS 11 stable version to restore apps by downloading and installing the corresponding packages.

  1. Download the latest ROM rollback zip package from the specified server.
  2. Copy the ROM rollback package to the phone storage.
  3. Go to Settings -> About device -> Version -> Click Build number 7 times and enter the password, now you are in the developer mode.Go back Settings -> About device -> Up to date -> Click the top right button -> Local install -> Click on the corresponding rollback package -> Extract -> Upgrade -> System upgrade completed to 100%.
  4. After the rollback is complete, click Restart.
  5. Rollback successful.

Rollback Packages to OxygenOS 11

Note: After downgrading to Android 11, some applications might be lost. You can upgrade to the latest Oxygen OS 11 stable version to restore apps by downloading and installing the packages below.

Here are the latest packages of OxygenOS 11 to help you restore the lost applications after rollback to Android 11:

Also read: Oneplus 9 & 9 Pro received ColorOS 12.1 C.65 update with June security Patch – Download Here

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