Oppo is now seeding a firmware update to the Find 7a flagship smartphone. It is available over the air and weighs about 290MB. It will bring your Find 7a to ColorOS 1.2.1i, but the firmware is still based on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
Some of the changes include support for smart covers, better battery life and new voice unlock feature. Here is the complete change lock:
If you own an Oppo Find 7a, you can update your firmware right now. You can check our in-depth review of the phone here. Meanwhile, Oppo has already started taking pre-orders for the QHD Find 7, it will ship in July.
Hi... A few days back, when i pulled down the notification drawer, i noticed the NFC icon @ button is missing... Can the NFC icon @ button in the notification drawer be "reinstalled"...
Hi, touch sensitivity can be reduced. Go to settings/accessibility and change touch and hold delay to medium.
Uh, how about feeding it instead?