Realme UI 2.0, based on Android 11 made its debut a few months back. Realme also shared a detailed roll-out schedule for all eligible devices. As per the schedule, several devices including Realme X2 Pro, Realme 7, Realme Narzo 20 Pro, and Realme 6 Pro were scheduled to receive Realme UI 2.0 Beta update in December. Now, fulfilling its promise, Realme has kicked off the Realme UI Open Beta program for the above-mentioned devices. In fact, Realme UI 2.0 Open Beta update has started hitting devices. Several users took it to Realme Community to report the development.
The company made the formal announcement for the same via its Realme Community portal. Realme has also provided device-wise links to Google Forms that users need to fill in order to enroll themselves in the Realme UI 2.0 Beta program. The company advises users to ensure that they have at least 5GB of free storage on their devices. The company won’t grant access to the program if the handset is rooted.
- Realme X2 Pro – Apply here
- Realme 7 – Apply here
- Narzo 20 Pro – Apply here
- Realme 6 Pro – Apply via the Software Update Application channel (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 says that users should take a backup of device data before proceeding with the installation to be on the safer side. Users will also have an option to downgrade to Android 10 in case they’re not happy with Realme UI 2.0. Though, rolling back to Android 10 will erase the entire data on the handset. Also, after downgrading the handset to Android 10, the user will no longer receive Realme UI Beta update.
Do you own/use any of the above-mentioned devices? Did you apply for the Realme UI Beta program? Do let us know in the comments below.