OneXPlayer 2 BIOS Update Guide: Step-by-Step Tutorial
Welcome to our comprehensive guide on updating the BIOS of your OneXPlayer 2. Keeping your BIOS up-to-date is essential for optimal system performance and stability. In this article, we will walk you through the process of updating your BIOS to ensure a smooth and hassle-free experience. Let's get started!
Step 1: Prepare the USB Flash Drive
To begin the BIOS update process, you'll need a USB flash drive. Follow these steps to ensure it's properly formatted and ready for use:
Insert the USB flash drive into your computer.
Format the USB flash drive to the FAT32 file system.
Rename the USB flash drive as "WINPE" .
Decompress the files from the update package and copy them to the root directory of the USB flash drive.
Step 2: Ensure Sufficient Power and Boot into BIOS Selection Page
Before proceeding with the BIOS update, make sure your OneXPlayer 2 has enough power to complete the process. Here's how to boot into the BIOS selection page and choose the USB flash drive as the update source:
Connect your OneXPlayer 2 to a power source.
Press the Power button to start the device.
To enter the BIOS selection page, press and hold the Turbo button while booting up.
Switch to keyboard and mouse mode if required and press Start to enter.
Select the USB flash drive as the boot device.
Step 3: Wait for the System to Start
Once you've selected the USB flash drive as the boot source, wait for the system to initiate the update process. After a brief moment, you'll be prompted to press any key on the device to continue.
Step 4: Automatic Software Update
Once you've pressed any key, the BIOS update will start automatically. The update process includes the new BIOS, which may take around 5-8 minutes, and the new EC (Embedded Controller) update, which should take approximately 30 seconds.
Step 5: Completion and Reboot
After the update process is finished, your OneXPlayer 2 will shut down automatically. Wait for at least 30 seconds after disconnecting the power supply before rebooting the device. Please exercise patience during the boot-up process as it may take some time to initialize after the update.
Congratulations! You have successfully updated the BIOS of your OneXPlayer 2. This ensures that your device is running on the latest firmware, providing improved performance, stability, and potential bug fixes. Remember to follow the instructions carefully and avoid forcing the device to shut down during the update process. If you encounter any issues, refer to the manufacturer's support documentation or seek professional assistance. Happy gaming!