Realme X2 Pro VoWiFi (WiFi Calling) support on Airtel & Jio arrives with January security update (Download link inside)

Realme has been making major moves in the smartphone industry. Released back in October 2019, the Realme X2 Pro is the company’s current flagship device. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ chipset.

The phone is currently running Android Pie based ColorOS skin, albeit Realme UI flavored Android 10 update is available in China via beta channel. The Chinese OEM is bringing more useful features with software updates.

Realme X2 Pro

Realme is now rolling out the January 2020 security patch to Realme X2 Pro. The update (A.09) is more of a bugfix one, although there is a surprising element inside it. Here is the update changelog.


● Android security patch: January 2020


● Added Airtel and JIO VoWIFI

● Fixed partial known issues, and improved system stability


● Fixed Instagram upload video failure

Among other things, this update adds support for VoWiFi for Jio and Airtel users with the Realme X2 Pro. These Indian carriers has started to whitelist Realme phones quite recently, and the phone maker is very much vocal about it.

VoWiFi (also known as WiFi calling) is expected to roll out to even more Realme devices other than this device. The timeline has already been rolled out by the company. You can read more about that here.


At the beginning of this month, this particular device grabbed the December 2019 patch. The stable build of Android 10 is on the pipeline as well.

Realme X2 Pro running Realme UI

As has been the case with previous updates from Realme, this is also an OTA update. As such, it is getting rolled out in phases.

It might be worth waiting a couple of days, maybe a week for this update to hit your device. However, if you are not the patient type, below is a download link for this update for your phone.

  • Device: Realme X2 Pro
  • Codename: rmx1931
  • Channel: Global (India) Stable
  • Version: A.09
  • Android: 9
    • Type: Recovery
      • Download: Link
      • MD5: b75f0b77d98900312a5f70c0820da48f

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