Realme unveiled the latest version of its Android skin – Realme UI 2.0, based on Android 11 a couple of months back in India. The company has already rolled out Android 11 based Realme UI 2.0 update for Realme X50 Pro. While various other devices such as Realme 7 Pro, Realme 7, Realme X2 Pro, Realme Narzo 20 Pro, Realme Narzo 20, and Realme 6 Pro have already received a Beta build of Android 11 update. Now, the company has announced Realme UI 2.0 Early Access program for a few more devices such as Realme X3, Realme X3 SuperZoom, Realme X2, Realme 6, Realme C15, and Realme C12. Realme made the formal announcement took on its Realme Community for each of the aforementioned devices.
Realme says that users must be having at least 5GB of free storage on their handsets and the device must also not be rooted. The company also advises users to take a backup of their personal data before installing the update on the devices. The company also warns users that certain features will not work as intended after the devices are updated to Realme UI 2.0 early access build. Users need apply via the Software Update Application channel for which they can head over to Settings -> Software Update -> Tap on the settings icon in the top right corner -> Trial Version -> Submit your details -> Apply Now.
Must Read Before Apply (Disclaimer): • Please make sure your phone is not rooted. • To prevent data loss, please backup your personal data before proceeding. • Some third-party application versions might not be compatible with Android 11 yet,after updating these applications might not be available or crashing down on your device.Therefore, it is recommended to update all your applications to the latest version available in the Play Store before your update. • The Early Access versions may have an unpredictable impact on your phone and effect on daily use. • Please ensure that the available phone storage is more than 5GB. Otherwise there will be a risk of update failure (To check the phone storage head to Settings > Additional Settings > Storage). • Due to unpredictable factors such as network communication and strategy adjustment, it is not possible to guarantee that every applicant will receive the update. In case the update is not received, we suggest you patiently wait for the official release.
Realme X3, and Realme X3 SuperZoom users will not be able to Starry Mode, and Pro Night Mode. While the Realme X2 Pro users won’t be able to use Pro Night Mode, 960fps slow-motion, and DC dimming features. The company is also providing users an option to downgrade their handsets to Android 10 in case they’re not satisfied with Realme UI 2.0. Though, downgrading to Android 10 will result in complete data loss. Also, post rolling back to Android 10, users will not receive Realme UI 2.0 Beta update.
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