Realme C3 February update fixes CDP port identification failure, boot logo display issue and brings camera optimizations
Realme is trying its best to catch up with the timely push of the updates and as per a recent development, the Chinese OEM has made the February 2020 security patchset for the Realme C3.
The update is not purely incremental in nature and brings in bug fixes for the CDP port identification failure, boot logo issue and optimizations for the camera as well.
For specs buff, the Realme C3 was launched recently, and it packs in Helio G70 chipset, which is paired with 2.4 GB of RAM. It offers up to 64 GB of onboard storage and a massive 5,000 mAh battery.
The Realme C3 sports a 6.5-inch display with a dual-camera setup at the back and a single 5 MP selfie shooter. It comes with Realme UI 1.0 (Android 10) update out of the box.
Coming back to the update, it arrives with the version number A.03 and weighs in around 2.87 GB in size. Below is the official changelog of the update along with the screenshot of the same:
● Android security patch: February, 2020
● Optimized the camera framing quality of third-party applications
● Optimized rear portrait imaging quality
● Optimized front portrait preview quality
● Optimized photo quality in panorama mode
● Fixed CDP port identification failure
● Fixed the issue that the boot logo failed to display
Keep in mind that the update is being pushed via OTA in batches. Users can go ahead and check for the update manually on Realme C3 by heading to Settings>>Software Updates>>Check for new updates.
But for those who wish to update right away can grab the download package file from the download section, below:
- Device: Realme C3
- Codename: RMX2020
- Channel: India
- Version: RMX2020_11_A.03
- Android: 10
- Type: Recovery
- Download: Link
- MD5: 03D0A52E4CC3691C9D521A844A75EE13
- Type: Recovery
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