Shortly after Android 12 deployment, Oppo unveiled its ColorOS 12 update which will be based on the latest update. The new software brings a major UI overhaul which makes perfect sense as Android 12 itself is a major design overhaul. Oppo has been testing the update in a wide range of smartphones to ensure that the update will be ready for deployment. While some flagships are currently running the update, there are some nice surprises entering the beta program. Now, the Oppo Ace2 is the latest device to enter the beta program. The company is recruiting users for the beta testing program.
The recruitment for the ColorOS 12 closed beta program will happen from November 29th to November 30th. It is valid for both the Oppo Ace2 and the Ace2 EVA Limited Edition. The company will recruit 500 users following a review that will be conducted within 5 working days of recruitment. The new update will roll out within 3 working days after the review.
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ColorOS 12 beta update for the Oppo Ace2 may contain bugs
Do note here that builds pushed through the internal test channel would still be under the development stage. Therefore, it is not stable as regular updates. So, before proceeding with the beta program, you’ll need to be aware of the issues. The beta build may introduce bugs, abnormal power usage, and a number of other possible issues. These issues are expected, and you’ll need to submit your feedback to Oppo if you encounter any bugs.
If interested in signing up for beta Android 12-based ColorOS 12 builds for the OPPO Ace 2 we can explain the process. You’ll just need to head over to Settings >> Software Update >> Settings Icon > Upgrade Early Adopters > Upgrade Internal Test. Of course, it’s up to the company to select you. We assume that there are limited seats. Therefore, do it as soon as possible if you can’t wait for Android 12 on your device. Oppo will send SMS notifications to eligible users.
The internal beta testing program is going on only in China. However, a public beta program may start soon. For further details and a list of known bugs on ColorOS 12, you can head over to the update’s official page for the update.
We expect the first devices to get the update in Q1 2022, of course, it will reach the company’s latest flagships firstly.