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In the rest of this post, we will discuss how to flash Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363 Firmware, effectively restoring it to the ROM version that it came with when purchased. Flashing a Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363 Stock ROM means installing the system image into the device’s internal flash memory.
Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363 Firmware – Stock ROM File
The “stock Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363 Firmware” is a better option for Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363 users who love security and warranty. At the same time, the Custom ROM is a perfect fit for users who prefer customization and control. Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363 Stock ROM comes with premium features that aren’t found in pure Android operating systems.
The Advantages Of Stock ROM:
You Can Use The Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363 Stock ROM For Upgrade or Downgrade Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363 If You Want To Hard Reset It By Flashing The Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363 Stock ROM / In Case You Are Using Any Custom Rom And Want Back To Stock Rom Or Facing The Boot Loop Problem.
- Unroot or Fix Bugs on the phone
- To solve the lag or stutter on Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363
- Revert to stock to get your warranty.
Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363 Flash File Details:
|Device Supported:||Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363|
|Tool Supported:||MSM Download tool|
|Os:||Android 11 R|
- first, make a complete backup of your device.
- charge the device at least 50% to prevent accidental shutdown.
How To Install Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363 Stock Firmware With MSM Download Tool:
- Extract ROM File & MSM Download tool in the same folder
- Install Oppo USB driver on your computer
- Run MSM Download tool
- turn the phone off, together press the volume up + down key and connect it to a computer by using the USB cable
- Check device manager for USB device, if no USB device then you have to do a test Point
- on MSM tools locate the downloaded firmware file and then ‘Click start’. wait until success, once done. unplug your phone and switch it ON.
- Please read and understand the Full Guide Before Flashing Oppo F21 Pro CPH2363 Stock ROM.
- Use these instructions at your own risk. We will not be responsible for everything that happens to you or your device, resulting from the use of information in this guide.
- Ensure that your device’s USB drivers are installed on the computer.
- Your smartphone must have a 70–80% charge.
- Make a backup copy of important data such as call logs, SMS, and other data, it is to if something goes wrong, your data is not affected.