iQOO 9 SE Gets Android 14 (Funtouch OS 14) Update

iQOO 9 SE starts receiving the Android 14 update with Funtouch OS 14 skin at the top. The latest software update brings lots of cool features and improvements (more on that later).

The Funtouch OS 14 update for the iQOO 9 SE is rolling out in India. It is tagged with the firmware version PD2154CF_EX_A_38.0.32. Since it’s a major update, you’ll need to spend a lot of your internet data, 5.93GB, to be precise.

If you have an iQOO 9 SE, open the Settings app and tap on System update to check if the update is available. Make sure to connect your device to the internet first before checking for updates.

Since the update is bulky in size, I’d recommend using a stable Wi-Fi network to download the heavy package.

Funtouch OS 14: What’s So Excited About It?

Smoother performance:

Funtouch OS 14 introduces a number of optimizations that improve the overall performance of the operating system. This includes reducing the number of persistent processes and optimizing RAM usage.

Enhanced multitasking:

Funtouch OS 14 makes it easier to multitask with multiple apps open at the same time. This is thanks to a number of new features, such as an upgraded small window feature and support for side-swipe suspension.

More personalization options:

Funtouch OS 14 gives users more options to personalize their devices. This includes the ability to customize the clock style on the lock screen, as well as new always on display styles and a new minimalist theme.

New video editing tools:

Funtouch OS 14 comes with a number of new video editing tools, such as the ability to export videos in their original quality and support for lossless export.

Improved privacy and security:

Funtouch OS 14 includes a number of new features that improve the privacy and security of users’ devices. This includes a new Smart Mirroring feature that allows users to share their screen without worrying about revealing personal information, as well as additional password protection for hidden photos.

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Vicky Kumar is a passionate tech enthusiast and writer with a keen interest in the world of Android and Windows. Over the last three years, Vicky has been sharing insights, tips, and expert advice on these operating systems to help readers make the most of their devices and software. He has worked on websites, including GetDroidTips, OyPrice, and RootMyGalaxy. When not writing, he enjoys watching cricket highlights and exploring new apps.

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