A Step-by-Step Guide to Rollback/Downgrade any OnePlus Smartphone from OxygenOS 14 to OxygenOS 13

Since we posted videos on YouTube related to OxygenOS 14 Alpha/Open Beta Builds, users who updated their smartphones to OxygenOS 14 asked us how to rollback or downgrade OxygenOS 14 Alpha/Open Beta based on Android 14 to OxygenOS 13.1 based on Android 13. So, in this article, we will provide you the complete instructions on How to Rollback/Downgrade packages along with the instruction guide.

How To Rollback OOS 14 Alpha/Beta to OOS 13.1?

  • First, you have to download the rollback package for your device from the packages given below:

Download Rollback Packages

OnePlus 11R

OnePlus 11

OnePlus 10 Pro

OnePlus 10R

OnePlus 10R (150 Watt)

OnePlus 9

OnePlus 9R

OnePlus 9 Pro

OnePlus 9RT

OnePlus 8T

OnePlus Nord 3

OnePlus Nord CE 3

OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite

OnePlus Nord 2T

  • After you download the suitable package for your device, you have to place the package in the root of the internal storage.
  • Then, you have to enable Developer Options by tapping build number 7 times.
  • After enabling the Developer Options, we have to do a Local Update. So, for that you have to Open Settings>About Device>Click on the Blue Coloured OxygenOS Version Box.
  • Then, you have to tap on the three dots present on the top right.
  • There you see three options. Among those three, you have to click on Local Update.
  • After that choose the Downgrade Package that you placed in the root of the internal storage.
  • Then Click on the Extract button.
  • Downgrade Successful.

Note:

  • Rollback/Downgrading will wipe all your data. So, remember to take the backup.
  • Before you proceed, make sure your phone is sufficiently charged.
  • Also, we (Team Techibee) are not responsible for any type of bricked (Hard / Soft), damage, or Bootloop. So, do it at your own risk.
  • We have also made a video tutorial from which you can easily downgrade your device.

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