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iQOO 7 Legend Gets October 2022 Security Update With System Optimizations



The iQOO 7 Legend is getting a new software update that mainly installs the October 2022 Android security patch that has been updated in India. This update comes with a performance boost and brings improvements. This phone is currently running on the Android 12-based FuntouchOS 12 OS, and this update enhances all aspects of the device with the latest security solution.

Like other security patches, the update fixes some security and privacy-related vulnerabilities and exposures and improves device stability. Also, it improves system security to counteract your device from unwanted threats and issues. Read more iQOO Z6 Pro Getting October 2022 Update With Network Optimization

According to the changelog, this update optimized the compatibility between the system and third-party apps and the stability of calls. Apart from this, the update brings no other additional features and improvements. Below you can check the changelog below.

iQOO 7 Legend October 2022 Update Changelog:


  • Optimised the compatibility between the system and third-party apps 
  • Updated to the October 2022 Google security patch to improve system security


  • Optimised the stability of calls

Software Information:

The iQOO 7 Legend users can determine the October 2022 update via the Funtouch OS build number PD2049F_EX_A_6.76.2 and users will have to download this latest update with around 351 MB of software package size. 

How To Update:

If you want to download this latest software update on your iQOO 7 Legend, firstly, head over to the Settings of the device. Here, scroll down and tap on the System update, then wait for a while for the latest update and tap on the Download and Install tab, and it’s done.

iQOO 7 Legend Specification:

iQOO launched the iQOO 7 Legend smartphone in the second quarter of last year in the Indian market. The device features a 120Hz AMOLED Display, Snapdragon 888, 66W flash charger, 48MP OIS (Sony IMX598 Sensor) main camera, and more.  

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