You must connect your Android device to your PC and run the software. To begin Android backup, launch the Android backup process on your computer and select the backup path that you want. You can install a backup software on your phone that will automatically back up your files. If you’re having trouble, you can also turn on Google One’s Backup by Google and go through the on-screen instructions. Devices that have Android 4.0 and above can be backed up from the Android SDK and saved to a file on your PC.
The OZip file contains the Boot.img files for the Realme/Oppo firmware. To obtain the stock boot.img file, vendor patch, etc., you must extract the stock ROM file in OZIP format. See the instructions below to extract the boot.img file from the Realme/Oppo OZIP firmware.
There are certain things you need before you can start installing a custom Android ROM on your phone. Let’s go over all of them so your device is ready for the installation process.
While the device is yet to be officially blessed with the Android 13 update but we already have the support of two custom ROMs with the latest OS build. However, in some instances, a custom ROM might not be in sync with your requirement or a few apps or services might not be working in this customized ecosystem. In all these cases, the best bet is to restore your Nothing Phone 1 from Custom ROM to Stock. And in this guide, we will show you how to do just that.
That’s how you can install a custom Android ROM on your phone. It’s a fairly simple process and with a little bit of time and patience, you can enjoy a fresh new ROM on your phone with added features, customization, theming, and more. If you installed a custom ROM and you don’t like it, or it has issues, just download a new ROM and repeat the installation process. Every Android-powered smartphone comes with a signature UI or default ROM pre-installed. It can be AOSP-based with few added features, more commonly referred to as “stock Android,” or it can be a full-fledged custom skin developed by a particular brand.