How to Install XOS Chameleon V.2.0 on Infinix Zero 3 & Infinix Note 2 LTE

Filed in How Tos, Infinix by on August 17, 2016 1 Comment

Infinix Zero 3 user can now upgrade to XOS interface. The XOS user interface is the latest infinix customized XUI called XOS Chameleon V2.0.0.

The XOS comes with amazing features one of which is the 3 fingers feature. In this update infinix dishes out the power and volume method of taking screenshot, with this update you take screenshot by simply swiping 3 fingers across your screen.

Infinix XOS Chameleon v2. 0

OTA is already rolling out to Infinix Zero 3 and Note 2 LTE users but you can also download it via other means and install it via your SDcard.

Infinix XOS Chameleon v2.0

◾Make sure you are not rooted
◾Check your built number and download according to your built number.

For Zero 3 X552-H952 A1 (Download SDcardSP flash)

For Zero 3 X552-H952-B1 (SDcardSP flash)

Note 2 Lte X600 A1 Build: (SDcardSP flash)

Note 2 Lte X600 B1 Build: (SDcardSPflash)

How to Install Via SDcard?

Install update using OTA package or TCard package
◾Download the relevant OTA package or TCard package,
◾Extract it and place the ‘update.zip’ to the root of your SD Card (if already extracted, rename it as ‘update.zip’) ,
◾Then, Perform Method 1 or Method 2.

Method 1:
◾Settings > About phone > System update > Options > Update from local > Select ‘update.zip’ and install it
◾At this point you need to do nothing. The update / upgrade process will begin.
◾Wait until the installation is complete so that the device would be rebooted.

Method 2:
◾Turn off your Infinix Smartphone (and boot to recovery mode)
◾Switch off your phone.
◾Press and hold volume up button + power button
◾If you see Android bot with a danger sign
◾Press and hold power button again and press volume up button once
◾Up / Down button to select ‘Apply update from SD card’
◾Scroll to where the ‘update.zip’ file is located and select with the Power Button

⚫At this point you need to do nothing. The update / upgrade process will begin.
⚫Wait until the installation is complete so that the device would be rebooted.

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  1. Martin G says:

    I love this Article, it has very helpful informations contained in it, well done Flyerztech, my favourite tech blog.
    Mr Incredible.

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