Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G, Realme Narzo 30A and Realme 5 Pro get early access to Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11. The company will release a beta test for its latest operating system for smartphone users. The early access scheme will be available to account users and there will be limited slots in each account. While Realme 5 Pro launched Android 9 Pie and received an update for Android 10, Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G and Realme Narzo 30A were released with Android 10 out of the kit.
Through a series on publications in your blog, Realme announced that selected users of Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G,, Realme Narzo 30A, and Realme 5 Pro in India will get early access to Realme UI 2.0, based on Android 11. An early access program, also known as beta testing, will allow users to experience Android 11 on their smartphones before it becomes more widespread.
Users of Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G will need to have the firmware versions RMX2111PU_11.A.35 or RMX2111PU_11.A.37 at the time of registration for the early access program. Users of Realme Narzo 30A must be on RMX3171_11.A.17, and users of Realme 5 Pro must have at least RMX1971EX_11_C.14 as the firmware version.
Once this criterion is met, users of these Realme smartphones will need to target Settings and open Software update menu. Once logged in, users will need to click Settings icon on upper right corner and then head to Trial> Apply now. Then consumers will have to fill in the details and complete the quiz.
There are certain conditions set by Realme that users must meet before accessing the beta test for Android 11. Users must make sure that their smartphones are not rooted and must back up to prevent loss. data. Realme also warned that some third-party apps may not be compatible with Android 11, so they need to be updated to the latest version.
Realme smartphones must also have more than 5 GB of storage to prevent the update from failing. Users can check the phone’s memory by pointing to Settings> Advanced settings> Storage. Early access can also have an unpredictable effect on the smartphone and also affect daily use. All three smartphones must have at least 60 percent remaining battery power.